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Geoffrey A. Fowler
Technology Columnist . Previously . Geoffrey.Fowler@WashPost.com. DM for Signal.
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Geoffrey A. Fowler 18h
Replying to @patricknorton
thank you!
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Geoffrey A. Fowler 23h
Replying to @SarahJHashemi
I love that video/gif at the top of the page
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Geoffrey A. Fowler 23h
Your honor, it's an eggplant. Love this piece on the legal complexity of emojis from
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Scott Austin 23h
Still believe privacy policies? This is an app that tracks ovulation and claims 25M users...it is telling Facebook when a woman is having her period or informs the app of an intention to get pregnant...and sending identifier info...
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Geoffrey A. Fowler 24h
This is terrifying to hear at the main government agency empowered to protect us online:
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Lora Kolodny Feb 21
Tesla customers describe *ludicrous* problems with vehicle returns, and refunds for cancelled reservations. via
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Geoffrey A. Fowler 24h
Here’s your regular reminder to change the terrible default settings in your Facebook, Google, Amazon and other accounts. By default, advertisers can use very personal data to target you, making Facebook ads even creepier than they have to be:
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Geoffrey A. Fowler Feb 22
Replying to @geoffreyfowler
Also curious to see how differently the camera processed the colors and tones in the three shots. (No additional filters applied.)
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Geoffrey A. Fowler Feb 22
Here are the 3 cameras on the back of the new Samsung Galaxy S10+. Samsung says the new ultra-wide 123-degree view is closer to the human eye, but it feels a little too fisheye to me.
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Wilson Rothman Feb 22
"Apple and Google, which operate the two dominant app stores, don’t require apps to disclose all the partners with whom data is shared." Hey (and Tim "We care about your privacy" Cook)—maybe it's time you started! You too, .
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Not That Steve-O Feb 22
Great question, where's Facebook's"Clear History"?
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Geoffrey A. Fowler Feb 21
Raise the red lantern. Shot with Samsung Galaxy S10+.
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The Daily Show Feb 21
TONIGHT: How do you bounce back after your phones explode in people’s faces? Like this:
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Scott Thurm Feb 21
Another example of US tech used for repressive ends: China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American Expertise
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Tony Romm Feb 21
Not a single privacy advocate/consumer group on this witness list for next week's Senate Commerce hearing on legislation
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Geoffrey A. Fowler Feb 21
This is extremely upsetting
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Geoffrey A. Fowler Feb 21
Some of the YouTube comments on my about Samsung’s folding phone are hilarious: "Apple: makes $1000 device Samsung: hold my beer… Makes two phones strapped together. $2000"
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Geoffrey A. Fowler Feb 21
Replying to @Gartenberg
Thanks!
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Geoffrey A. Fowler Feb 21
Replying to @Gartenberg
lol
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The Washington Post Feb 21
Samsung's new Galaxy Fold is a phone and tablet — and is $2,000
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