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Mike Dillon 29 Mar 17
Your browsing history for sale? White House won’t comment...
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Mike Dillon 1 Sep 15
Russia and China could be 'making it impossible for the US to hide' its intelligence activities
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Mike Dillon 9 May 16
Twitter cuts intel agencies off from analysis service: report
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brejoc@fosstodon.org 1 Oct 18
Just like and many others predicted: "Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access to Your Shadow Contact Information"
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Ajay Dubey 3 Jan 16
Everything abt u is already known v r moving 2 a society
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Non Sequiturtle 7 Jan 16
world: *runs out of toilet paper* *facebook ad for Charmin Basics ultra*
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Ron Wolf 19 May 17
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SocialMedia Evidence 27 Jun 18
Are we now finally entering a era? Or is this in fact the beginning of a renaissance of people caring about their privacy? Unlikely say our esteemed colleagues:
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Ya Boy Jay 🌐 Feb 5
Zoomers are deliberately screwing with Instagram's tracking algorithm, using group accounts to flood servers with random user data that can't be tied to a single person
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Saebba 31 Dec 16
Bewegungsprofil #2016 - You're Welcome, (again) |
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Alexandra Goldman 5 May 16
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Kristian 27 Jun 15
New post: Google Now und das Private?
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Martin Johannes Riedl 28 Sep 17
Just realized that argued already as early as 2010 how privacy will become a luxury commodity.
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Jan Ehlers 🇪🇺 6 Apr 18
Replying to @nickisnpdx
8. Don't talk to anyone 9. Never be part of gossip 10. Keep doors and mind shut 😂🤣😂
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RealTalK 4 Jun 18
The era has been ushered in by Silicon Valley and the Intelligence Community.
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Ellen Broad 7 Sep 17
Replying to @ellenbroad
5. It ends looking forward to a " world" of "well-educated, tolerant people who are dedicated to equal rights".
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Mona Markmann 28 Apr 19
I was reading "your husband's data" and I guess is real🤔
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Leif Ryge 15 Feb 15
nonsense isn't an American phenomenon; privilege-blind "futurists" like exist even in Germany
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Chaotic Human 30 Sep 18
could be huge and a good way to circumvent the -Trap potentially coming with a -civilization by giving back ownership of data to the users & not to corporations while still keeping advantages like new technologies for users to "scan" their health.
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Tama Leaver 13 Dec 16
Now: Postpiracy or ? presented by Martin Fredriksson
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