Technology Archives

Understanding the Big Change to Mobile Phone Privacy the Supreme Court Made

June 29, 2018

Finally the Supreme Court does something right!

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Only 3 Years Left to Act on Climate Change Before it’s Too Late, Experts Warn

June 29, 2017

Time is running out If we want a smooth transition into a sustainable future, we need to act fast. A comment article in the journal Nature says we have to act fast if we hope for a painless transition to…

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Republicans Just Moved to Let Big Companies Turn the Entire Internet into Spyware

March 7, 2017

Republicans Want Your Internet Provider to be Able to Spy on You Your internet service provider is probably not currently taking your personal data and selling it to the highest bidder so that advertising algorithms can stalk you in detail.…

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BREAKING: Former Trump Campaign Manager Linked To Shadowy Russian Firm

October 24, 2016

Recent information reveals former campaign manager Paul Manafort and ex-aide Rick Gates have financial ties to the biometric security company EyeLock. This company has lobbied the Putin administration on behalf of technology that would help the government to spy on…

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Pokémon Go Is Releasing Cyber-Demons Into Churches Says Whackjob Pastor

July 14, 2016

Okay all you Pokémon Go demon-possessed players out there—this pastor has news for you: Pokémon Go! Is letting Satan into our lives, this nutball says The game is duping Americans into doing the bidding of nasty little “cyber-demons,” says pastor Rick Wiles,…

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America Really Needs To Police The Police – And The Internet Is Up To The Challenge

July 9, 2016

Police in the U.S. have killed at least 2,614 people since August 9, 2014, when Mike Brown was killed by cops in Ferguson, Missouri. It is an ugly statistic made worse by the fact that people of color, especially black men,…

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India Kicks Out Facebook’s ‘Free Internet’ Like Gandhi Kicked Out The British (VIDEO)

February 9, 2016

Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company was going to connect the world with a new $1 billion project called Internet.org, in 2013. One of the projects under the umbrella of Internet.org was to bring free internet to some…

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The Cobalt In Your Smartphone Is Killing People

January 19, 2016

Amnesty International reports the cobalt in your smartphone is derived from child labor. Fifty-five percent of you who read this article will do so on a mobile device. And, if you’re using a mobile device, it’s a fair bet that…

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Poaching Auto Execs? Upcoming Apple Car Is Now An ‘Open Secret’ (VIDEO)

January 17, 2016

Apple has never admitted they are now designing a car. But Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says Apple’s entrance into the automotive industry is an “open secret”. It’s widely accepted that Apple will be making cars based on some easily…

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China’s New Counterterrorism Law Aimed At Economic Control

December 28, 2015

In China, it has been a season of sweeping changes. Those changes include a massive national security law passed in July, a draft of a law that increases Chinese government control over foreign non-governmental groups and most recently the economic…

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