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376 days ago

Libra, a Cyberpunk Nightmare in the Midst of Crypto Spring

hackernoon.com

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442 days ago

Una semana en la cárcel porque Google proporcionó datos de ubicación de su móvil en la zona de un asesinato.

Era inocente.

The police told the suspect, Jorge Molina, they had data tracking his phone to the site where a man was shot nine months earlier. They had made the discovery after obtaining a search warrant that required Google to provide information on all devices it recorded near the killing, potentially capturing the whereabouts of anyone in the area.

Tracking Phones, Google Is a Dragnet for the Police

nytimes.com

Nukeador

442 days ago

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How The Times Thinks About Privacy

nytimes.com

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454 days ago

Why there’s so little left of the early internet

bbc.com

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455 days ago

After the tech crash of 2000, Google, under pressure from investors, looked for ways to increase revenue. Almost by accident, it discovered the benefits of “behavioral surplus”—the detritus of data that users leave behind when they visit the site.

How Big Tech Built the Iron Cage

newyorker.com

Nukeador

529 days ago

Literally Just A Big List Of Facebook’s 2018 Scandals

buzzfeednews.com

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564 days ago

Measuring the "Filter Bubble": How Google is influencing what you click

spreadprivacy.com

Nukeador

566 days ago

how much control you want to have over your digital life?

While we Blink, we loose the Web

andregarzia.com

Nukeador

604 days ago

How your privacy gets cooked by those restaurant waitlist apps

cnet.com

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793 days ago

A Privacy-Conscious Approach to Sponsored Content

blog.mozilla.org

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809 days ago

What would happen if we end up with tracking ads system?

That’s a big change in who gets paid: more money for search and for trustworthy content brands, and less for adtech intermediaries that depend on user tracking.

ePrivacy and marketing budgets

digitalcontentnext.org

Nukeador

810 days ago

Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica problems are nothing compared to what’s coming for all of online publishing

blogs.harvard.edu

Nukeador

1174 days ago

I've been doing some of these myself and they work great for me and my current work.

5 Unusual Ways to Start Working Smarter, Not Harder, Backed by Science

buffer.com

Nukeador

1174 days ago

"It’s not an ad. It’s helpful information" - Ok, my BSmeter is now broken - On Google Home and Ads

OK, Google, You’re Creeping Me Out: Advertising in the Age of Voice Devices

medium.com

Nukeador

1217 days ago

We are 8 years away to send people to Mars 😨

SpaceX’s Big Fucking Rocket – The Full Story

waitbutwhy.com

Nukeador

1219 days ago

Use ublock, block canvas, use Tor

Now sites can fingerprint you online even when you use multiple browsers

arstechnica.com

Nukeador

1219 days ago

The Story of Firefox OS

medium.com

Nukeador

1222 days ago

#mindblow

This cartoon explains why Elon Musk thinks we’re characters in a computer simulation. He might be right.

vox.com

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1222 days ago

Important work my college Emma is driving inside Mozilla around Diversity and Inclusion.

Understanding critical issues and barriers in FOSS for non-English speakers

medium.com

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