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Argha 🇮🇳🏏📚💻 Jul 17
"How Many Times Can A Man Turn His Head & Pretend Not To See"- Bob Dylan The whole of India is intoxicated with products(hardware/software) that have earned a reputation in & are thus being rejected in those western markets- where those tech were born.1/3
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Aral Balkan (@aral@mastodon.ar.al) Jul 17
Replying to @aral
Also, let’s not forget… Basically all of Silicon Valley: Hey, we make billions doing essentially the same thing as FaceApp! Everyone: Innovation! Startups! Unicorns! 🥰
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Scott Wilson Jul 20
Here are just a few examples of how that lack of distinction between the public good, patient medical data and intellectual property has created a dystopian hellscape that will backfire spectacularly unless addressed by informed legislation & enforcement.
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Liz O'Sullivan 👾 Jul 13
I won’t sugar coat it. means stealing your identity & shredding our . Your face, even your dating profile pic, is fair game to make this oppression easy & cheap. Honored to be featured by in this important piece!
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Too Many Secrets 9h
At least three Pentagon officials close to Defense Secretary James Mattis: Anthony DeMartino, Sally Donnelly and Justin Mikolay either worked, lobbied or consulted for Palantir Technologies
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Adam Stewart 7h
Your selfie today will be your biometric profile tomorrow
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Surveillance Capitalism 11h
Too little called-out is Microsoft's transition into typical surveillance capitalist behaviors. It's the only way they can compete with other surveillance capitalists.
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Al Farquhar 19h
The Great Hack: the film that goes behind the scenes of the Facebook data scandal
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Pedro Ribeiro Jul 16
I‘ve been reading many comments and news articles on FaceApp’s collecting data from its users. From the moment you create a social media or app account, your data is being collected and used by the respective company to gain profit from it. Data is money.
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Open Rights Group Jul 17
The Great Hack uncovers the dark world of data exploitation through the personal journeys of players on different sides of the /Facebook scandal. In select theaters & July 24.
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Dez Nelson Jul 15
This is a great article about . I encourage you all to read it.
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Too Many Secrets Jul 20
Social-Engineer & White Canvas Group, A Dynamic Partnership
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IREN Jul 19
Governments in free countries must place limits on the amount and types of data companies are allowed to collect on citizens, ways they are allowed to transfer that data &length of time they are allowed to retain it - Bloomberg
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Sharon Polsky Jul 20
In the race to build the latest hiring app or state-of-the-art mobile banking system, startups and companies lose sight of the people behind each data point.
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Danielle Teychenné Jul 20
Whoa! I have no idea how this Honey Chrome app gold works BUT I'm okay with the idea of free money!
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Jérémie Fontana Jul 20
tl;dr Because Google's business model is to invade our privacy. Period.
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Beth Joy 🌹⏳ Jul 19
Maybe can us all and it won’t even matter anymore as in only your intellectual property will matter 🤔
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Aral Balkan (@aral@mastodon.ar.al) Jul 19
Imagine a pack of hungry hyenas drooling at the mouth while staring at you as you read that headline. Dear U.K., Guard your NHS data with your lives – because your lives literally depend on it.
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Marc B. Geller Jul 18
Yet another reason not to use your phone number for two-factor authentication (2FA) — especially on
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