Deep in the depths of the code of the OS in your normie Android or iPhone, there are built in trackers that is not controllable in any way. There is no switch. All phones report activity to Google. Additionally all iPhones report to Apple. This is no
Facebook is a top-tier tech company practicing unregulated surveillance capitalism. To expose what personal data exists, where it is stored and for how long it is stored would expose the monster that Zuckerberg has created. Google and Amazon are in t
We have been trained to get used to location tracking. So even as our normie devices have unstoppable recording of locations, we accept it as being unimportant. UNTIL the location tracking is personal, or until it touches our politics. Then it matter
The database included links to high-resolution photos of faces, including construction workers entering building sites and office visitors checking in, and other personal information, such as the person's name, age and sex, along with resident ID n
Protestors in China have cleverly found a way to avoid police facial recognition software by pointing an array of lasers at the police. China has perhaps the most extensive facial recognition of any country.
"I use Coinbase to hold some crypto. They sent me an email saying that my account that I had for years would be limited to withdrawals only if I do not give them updated government ID and download the latest version of the application."
The Internet is permanent and understanding what this means and integrating that learning into our daily lives is important in today's world. Those who have no understanding of this are playing with fire.
"Trust Scores" or reputational scores are aspects of having a digital identity that haven't been discussed much. By default, everyone who accepts a digital identity, whether decentralised or not, will receive a Trust Score.
Let's go through some stats and study the mystery of where my subscribers went. According to Youtube, a huge number, perhaps half my subscribers do not even get an "impression" of my videos. Some new clues showed up.
LinkedIn is a required platform for many employers. This is a trend in society where we are now forced to even apply for jobs in a social setting where everyone can see. Although employers and employers can see only the convenience, let's examine the
In the past, it was a slam dunk statement that the IP address was a huge privacy threat from so many parties. Well...all. Today the tech landscape is changing and the source of the threat is changing too. And in some situations, the threat has disapp