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Smart TVs Are The New Surveillance Tool

Smart TVs are no longer the newest high-tech gadget on the block. They are rapidly becoming the only option stocked on store shelves. But recent controversy over privacy concerns is prompting more and more people to wonder if smart TVs are a dumb idea? Smart TVs made their debut more than ten years ago. The […]

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Scandal plagued Facebook wants banks to hand over your financial records

One would think Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg would be keenly aware of the Hebrew term “CHUTZPAH.” The word has several different meanings; however the most common is “shameless, impudent” and “arrogant.” You Might Like Which pretty much describes the social media honcho’s latest scheme in attempting to once again fleece the billions of individuals around […]

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Three Weird Antarctica Conspiracies

Antarctica, one of the largest and most overlooked continents in the world, is a place of intrigue and the subject of several conspiracy theories. Here are three of them: German Nazis Built a Base under the Antarctic Ice Many ufologists (people who investigate UFOs and extraterrestrial phenomena) agree that high-tech aliens made a pact with […]

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Deep-Fake Videos as a Political Weapon

Remember when the computer image handling software Photoshop was new and people joked around by cutting a celebrity’s image from a source picture and superimposing it over another person’s image – usually in an amusing or compromising pose? This practice has become so common that the product name has become a verb, as in, “That […]

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Active Cyber Defense: Hack Back Atcha

Active cyber defense (ACD), also known as proactive cyber defense, is a computer network security strategy that acts to defend internal data and programs before an actual cyber attack is launched. Some people refer to this action as “hacking back.” The world needs ACD, according to our close personal friends at the Defense Advanced Research […]

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Controlling Big Tech

In the last few weeks, it has become apparent that the tech industry is out of control. This has inspired lawmakers to look into introducing new regulations for the technology sector. You Might Like The European Union is already introducing new privacy regulations and Facebook announced that the regulations being put in place in Europe […]

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Self-Driving Car Kills Woman

Many Americans (including myself) have dreamed of one day owning a self driving car. Who wouldn’t like to be driven around like Miss Daisy; napping and watching television instead of dealing with traffic? Considering how many people are killed annually by car accidents, some researchers believe self-driving cars could even save millions of lives. This […]

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FBI Pays Geek Squad to Snitch

From the Department of Further Erosion of Your Civil Rights, the FBI has been busted for paying at least four Best Buy Geek Squad employees to snitch on their customers – for money. $500 a pop, according to Orange County Weekly. You Might Like It all started in September 2008 at a Kentucky Best Buy […]

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Beware Downloading Smartphone Apps

If you’ve been on the internet lately, you’ve undoubtedly noticed websites suspiciously showing ads for items you’ve recently researched or talked about. It’s no secret companies are finding sneaky ways to manipulate us into buying their products based on demographics and interests. But did you know some smartphone apps go even further? Smartphones may make […]

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