Samsung Warning: Do Not Discuss Personal Information In Front Of Smart TVs – June 8, 2019

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(Awareness Act) In the past, people didn’t worry much regarding their private information, other than making sure they shredded important financial documents, or documents with their social security number. Fast forward to modern times, where each of us have households full of smart electronics, equipped with cameras, microphones, and endless possibilities of privacy invasion.

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New Mexico Suing Google & Twitter for Knowingly and Illegally Exploiting Children Online — The Free Thought Project – September 17, 2018

The state of New Mexico has filed a lawsuit against Google and others for willfully breaking the law to exploit the collection of children’s data online. The post New Mexico Suing Google & Twitter for Knowingly and Illegally Exploiting Children Online appeared first on The Free Thought Project…..Read more

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Victory! Supreme Court Says Fourth Amendment Applies to Cell Phone Tracking — June 22, 2018

By Andrew Crocker and Jennifer Lynch The Supreme Court handed down a landmark opinion today in Carpenter v. United States, ruling 5-4 that the Fourth Amendment protects cell phone location information. In an opinion by Justice Roberts, the Court recognized that location information, collected by cell providers like Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon, creates a “detailed…Read more

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Google Chrome browser scans all the files on your computer, including private photos, documents and spreadsheets – April 13, 2018

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(Natural News) Google has come under fire for many questionable actions as of late — and the startling revelation that their widely used web browser, Google Chrome, is scanning personal computers around the world is nothing short of infuriating for its users. Big Brother is here — and countless numbers of people have invited this authoritarian presence (in one form or another) while being none the wiser. Indeed, some of the world’s largest corporations (like Google and Amazon) are continuing to find new ways to invade user privacy……Read more at: Natural News

Facebook Gave Money To 85% Of House Committee “Questioning” Zuckerberg Next Week — April 9, 2018

Facebook and affiliated political groups have donated heavily to members of two committees set to interview CEO Mark Zuckerberg next week, according to analysis from the Center for Responsive Politics via USA Today. Since 2007, the social media giant has contributed a cumulative $381,000 to 46 of the 55 members on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which will…Read more

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