None of them are to be trusted but especially the gubment…
The US government is renewing its efforts to talk tech firms out of using end-to-end encryption methods that would keep police from snooping on conversations. Continue reading
This is ripe for BS and corruption….
Police are starting a pilot program with doorbell camera company Ring, which could aid in solving crime but which raises privacy fears. Continue reading
I delete my google recordings once a month… and that was before I knew people were listening although I always assumed they were…
It’s been in the news for weeks: Employees and contractors at Amazon, Google, Apple, and Microsoft are listening to recordings of you talking to voice assistants like Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana. Here’s how to stop humans from listening in. Continue reading
Great interview with the Chocolate Boy Wonder!
Yanadameen Godcast season 2, episode #020
In this episode of the Godcast, Lord Jamar and Rah Digga discuss backlash Disney is receiving for casting Halle Bailey as The Little Mermaid. They also debate on whether or not people should walk up to celebrities with camera phones. Plus, legendary producer Pete Rock joins to talks about his relationship with Jay Dilla, producing some on Hip-Hop’s classic tracks, and much more. Continue reading
Hilariously, I do such a good job online that I am not even eligible lololololol
See for yourself
Equifax has announced that their massive data breach in 2017 exposed the personal information of 147 million people. Now, the company has agreed to a $700 million settlement. Continue reading
Just like Google says they don’t lol I don’t trust em…
Every time you speak to Alexa, it sends a recording of your voice to Amazon’s servers. If you’ve ever wondered how long Amazon keeps that transcript, the company has an answer for you. Indefinitely—or until you delete the data manually. Continue reading
Folks should know by now China ain’t playing with nobody and certainly not playing fair…
Foreigners crossing certain Chinese borders into the Xinjiang region, where authorities are conducting a massive campaign of surveillance and oppression against the local Muslim population, are being forced to install a piece of malware on their phones that gives all of their text messages as well as other pieces of data to the authorities, a collaboration by Motherboard, Süddeutsche Zeitung, the Guardian, the New York Times, and the German public broadcaster NDR has found. Continue reading