Federal prosecurots say Google uses anticompetitive business practices as well as artificial intelligence, data, and scale to maintain monopolies.
In the latest example of Google’s public-facing privacy push turning out to be little more than a farce, it seems the tech giant was accidentally exempting some of its own sites from a feature meant to clear browser caches and cookies in its Chrome b…
Subconsciously, on some level, we’re all waiting for it: the leak that wrecks society and confirms what we all know already, namely that the mass transfer of our inmost secrets/shames to Facebook, Google, et. al. was never not going to end in flames. W…
Facebook has admitted that it accidentally shared some users’ personal data with approximately 5,000 app developers even after the 90-day cut-off period. For those unaware, following the 2018 Cambridge Analytica app scandal which saw the personal data of 87 million Facebook users compromised, the social media giant established the below 90-day lock-out policy that would […]
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It was tenuous already, and digital contact-tracing used to fight Covid-19 will probably make it more so.
It will be interesting.