Change Your Phone Settings So Apple, Google Can’t Track Your Movements

Change Your Phone Settings So Apple, Google Can’t Track Your Movements By Jen King, Stanford University Technology companies have been pummeled by revelations about how poorly they protect their customers’ personal information, including an in-depth New York Times report detailing the ability of smartphone apps to track users’ locations. Some companies, most notably Apple, have begun promoting the fact that they sell products and services that safeguard consumer privacy. Smartphone users are never asked explicitly if they want to be tracked every moment of each day. But cellular companies, smartphone…

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Feds Force Child Porn Suspect To Unlock Smartphone With His Face

Feds Force Child Porn Suspect To Unlock Smartphone With His Face By Aaron Kesel According to a new report by Forbes, for the first time in the U.S. and possibly the world, law enforcement have accessed a suspect’s phone by using their face to unlock the smart device using Face ID. The incident took place on August 10th, when the FBI searched the house of 28-year-old Ohio resident Grant Michalski. Michalski was later charged with receiving and possessing child pornography. Michalski was told to put his face in front of…

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Apple Is Now Giving People “Trust Scores” Based on Their Calls and Emails

Apple Is Now Giving People “Trust Scores” Based on Their Calls and Emails By Mac Slavo This information will likely not be a surprise to anyone who has been paying attention to Big Tech’s increasing propensity to violate the privacy of users and use their data for questionable reasons, but here we are. Two days ago, the tech website Venture Beat noticed an eyebrow-raising bit in the latest update to Apple’s privacy policy: Apple’s promise of transparency regarding user data means that any new privacy policy update might reveal that it’s doing something…

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Lefties Celebrate Alex Jones Ban

Lefties Celebrate Alex Jones Ban By Kurt Nimmo Apple has pulled the plug on Alex Jones. It scrubbed most of his content from its iTunes service. The trillion dollar tech company says it will not support “hate speech.” Facebook followed suit and wiped the Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the Infowars Page, and the Infowars Nightly News Page from its platform. Last month, Google’s YouTube shut down Jones. Now Alex Jones’s Channel terminated on YouTube pic.twitter.com/Nftxu7Xd5f — Joe Biggs (@Rambobiggs) August 6, 2018 From the former crown…

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