Image by Gage Skidmore CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons Ajit Pai, chairman of the FCC, was called to a briefing at a congressional committee yesterday but Mr Pai didn’t arrive supposedly due to government shutdown. He was called to discuss the ability mobile carriers have to share a subscribers location data with third party… Read More FCC’s chairman, Ajit Pai, ‘refusing to do his job’
Back in 2016 a lawsuit was filed against Google by consumers who claimed their privacy rights had been breached thanks to the search engines photo sharing and storage service. The case was dismissed on Saturday. Chicago district judge Edmond Chang said that “plaintiffs have not suffered concrete injuries” so the case had no bearing. Consumers… Read More Google dismissed over facial recognition lawsuit
All of you have probably thought it at one point about Amazon’s smart speakers. What exactly is Alexa listening to? Does it listen on command or is it listening all the time? The latter is the worrying part. Maybe this article can answer your questions. Recently a man in Germany got a hold of 1,700… Read More Can you trust your Alexa?
Facebook has been under fire for almost a year now since the Cambridge Analytica scandal and for good reason. The social networking giant has seen a downfall in share prices and has lost millions of users. Many users feel as though Facebook can simply not be trusted especially seen as the events that took place… Read More More great news from Facebook