On December 6th, 2023, Derrick Broze shared a presentation at MIT at the invite of the MIT Students for Open Inquiry.
With the holidays upon us, it's easy to default to giving the tech gifts that retailers tend to push on us this time of year: smart speakers, video doorbells, bluetooth trackers, fitness trackers, and other connected gadgets are all very popular gi
Most people do not realize the privacy risks in browsers and spend their time thinking about which browser is better. It's time for you to understand the flaws in every single browser and this has a significant effect on your privacy and security.
The claim that a new federal law mandates that every new motor vehicle includes technology that could disable the vehicle might sound preposterous, but it's actually true. Here are the receipts.
Everything now from Microsoft 365 to Google Docs is in the cloud, which means someone can read your documents! Something that is pretty hard to justify on this privacy channel. There are many options available but we will discuss the only one choice
A WIRED analysis of leaked police documents verifies that a secretive government program is allowing federal, state, and local law enforcement to access phone records of Americans who are not suspected of a crime.
Internet of Things: Tech Firms Have Become Our Digital Landlords – But People are Starting to Fight Back
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