to use artificial intelligence to censor and spy on users...Social media supremo appears to have accidentally revealed scheme to monitor 'private' communications
Imagine you are in the middle of your typical day-to-day activities. Maybe you are driving, spending time with family, or working.
Itron's Wi-Fi smart meters are being installed in homes across the globe. Iltron's 'OpenWay CENTRON', and their EM420i modular smart meters, are a privacy nightmare.
In virtually its last gasp, the Obama administration has quietly given the National Security Agency wider powers to share intercepted surveillance data with 16 other government agencies, including the FBI, DEA and CIA, before applying privacy protect
A Chinese software company called Adups, whose firmware comes pre-installed on some 700 million Android devices, has been found to be able to collect personal information from users without their knowledge or consent.
A Google product manager is suing the company over its internal confidentiality policies, saying they breach California labor laws.
Technocrats have no use for privacy when it comes to social engineering, thus proving that U.S. Intel has gone rogue and is being run by Technocrats for Technocrats. ? TN Editor
Androidcentral.com is thrilled that Google's new Trust Contacts app is going to make everyone "safe" by giving your friends and family, or anyone who requests the info, your location at any time. You can say no, but if you don't respond, the
Technocrats build things because they can, but not with any concern about the impact on other humans. Blippar brings privacy-busting to the public. ? TN Editor
Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism (KDWPT) game wardens, Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) troopers and county sheriff's officers will conduct joint highway checkpoints at various locations on Sunday, November 13, 2016.
Uber can now track their passengers' locations after they are dropped off and even when their app has been closed.
A last-ditch effort in the Senate to block or delay rule changes that would expand the U.S. government's hacking powers failed Wednesday, despite concerns the changes would jeopardize the privacy rights of innocent Americans and risk possible abuse b
Attorney general, CIA picks oppose Apple, Google on spying New rule in effect Dec. 1 gives FBI greater hacking authority