Dada Data, an interactive digital project, encourages people to protect their privacy against ubiquitous spying on the Net by engaging in a series of "hacktions." The project has also come up with a very special ad blocker.
French regulator CNIL has penalized the US social network for failing to protect its users' data, with the fine being relatively modest, but marking a new phase in the spat between Facebook and the EU.
You already get them through Amazon and on Facebook. Now ads tailored to certain demographics are coming to supermarkets and the post office. Cool new technology or invasion of privacy?
The US tech giant seeks to jump on up-and-coming technology trends with a new "smart" home speaker, and device features touching on virtual reality, online privacy and a form of artificial intelligence.
It's no joke, April 1 is a big day in computing history. In 1972 Intel released its 8008 microprocessor and four years later we had Apple Computer*. But Brian Kernighan says we still don't understand the digital world.
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