By Dagny Taggart
Google is very interested in your shopping habits – so much that the tech giant is collecting and saving your purchase history.
The company has been quietly keeping track of your online (and sometimes, offline) purchases for years, according to a recent report from CNBC.
In that report, writer Todd Haselton explains that he was looking around in his Google account and found something alarming:
Read more via Google Has a Creepy Secret Page That Tracks Your (Online and Offline) Shopping History —
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge – Waking Times
Guess who wrote the following text: When Alexa runs your home, Amazon tracks you in more ways than you might want Would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings? For most people, the answer is, “Are you crazy?” Yet that’s essentially what Amazon has been doing to millions of us with its assistant Alexa in microphone-equipped Echo speakers. And it’s hardly alone: Bugging our homes is Silicon Valley’s next frontier.
Read more via Here’s How to Review All The Recordings Alexa Has of You and Your Family — Waking Times
(Natural News) The dumbing down of the mainstream American populace is once again on full display with the continued success of Amazon’s Alexa listening devices, which have repeatedly been exposed as nothing more than Big Brother surveillance tools for keeping tabs on people gullible enough to allow such technology in their “smart” homes.
Read more via Face it: If you are using Amazon Alexa in your home, you are an incredibly stupid person — NaturalNews.com
- The Facts:Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes recently called out Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, stating that things have become out of control and that it’s time for the company to “break up.”
- Reflect On:Was Facebook really invented to be a simple social media platform? Why do so many Ex high level US government employees work at Facebook? What is Facebooks real purpose and why are they censoring free speech?
Read more via Facebook Co-Founder Calls Out Zuckerberg & Says It’s Time To “Break-Up” The Company — Collective Evolution
Amazon employs thousands of people to listen in on what people around the world are saying to their Alexa digital assistant, according to what is sure to be a Congressional hearing-inspiring report by Bloomberg, which cites seven people who have worked on the program.
Read more via Busted: Thousands of Amazon Employees Listening to Alexa Conversations — Era of Light