Google knows everything about you. By using Google’s apps, search engine, browser or anything owned by them (think YouTube, FitBit, Nest, Waze to name a few), you are giving away your privacy. Do you want to manage how much information Google gathers on you and the changes you can make to protect your private information? […]
The extent to which the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) has gone to gather information will shock you. Driver’s license data, utility records and facial recognition technology are all fair game in their efforts to manage detention and deportation. Read the entire article here.
Only a few years ago “Musk” was a bad perfume (and some would say it still is). It’s now almost impossible to list the innovations associated with the name “Musk”. But like the laundry list of other brands that have transformed from “good” too “bad”, Elon and his Twitter purchase risk a similar fate. Yet […]
By Adam Satariano March 24, 2022 GÖTTINGEN, Germany — The European Union agreed on Thursday to one of the world’s most far-reaching laws to address the power of the biggest tech companies, potentially reshaping app stores, online advertising, e-commerce, messaging services and other everyday digital tools. Read The New York Times article, in its entirety, here.
Blockchain has become a household name and a pop-culture staple. And yet, for many, it’s still a mystery. In its simplest form, blockchain is a digital ledger. It keeps track of transactions and creates a permanent record of digital activity, leaving no dispute as to who owns something or to whom ownership has been transferred […]
Listen to our very own Marco Bellin, the engineer behind the Datacappy VPN (built on the open-source WireGuard) and the author of PrivacyParent.com on the Tech Talks Daily podcast with Neil C. Hughes. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/taking-digital-insecurity-and-surveillance-capitalism/id1018727913?i=1000548634932
You’re waiting on an oil change at the car dealer, and it’s easy and “free” to connect your tablet to the public WiFi so your child can play an online game. Once you click “Accept & Agree,” you’ve gained access to the free WiFi and digitally told the business that you agree to their terms […]