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Germany accuses Facebook of abuse, slaps restrictions on how it can gather data

CNBC, Released on 2/7/19 “In future, Facebook will no longer be allowed to force its users to agree to the practically unrestricted collection and assigning of non-Facebook data to their…

How big hotel chains became arms of the surveillance state

Reason, Released on 2/5/19 “Marriott employees all over the world are being trained to help spot sex trafficking at our hotels.” Continue……

A large consumer DNA testing company is secretly giving the FBI access to its two million profiles

RT, Released on 2/2/19 At least one DNA testing company is allowing US law enforcement free access to its database of over a million users’ DNA without their permission or…

NY to allow life insurers to use data from social media

The Wall Street Journal, Released on 2/1/19 New York will soon let life insurers use data from social media when setting premium rates Continue……

Facebook Bribed Teens For Unlimited Access To Their Private Data

CNBC, Released on 1/29/19 Facebook has been paying people in secret to install an app that lets the social mediant giant collect data on how they use their devices Continue……

Daniel Pilla – The coming Big Brother IRS tracking systems

Daniel Pilla – The coming Big Brother IRS tracking systems

Financial Survival Network, Released on 1/28/19 Noted tax litigator and author joined us to discuss the coming Big Brother IRS tracking systems. The IRS has spent a fortune bringing their…

How to disable FaceTime so people can’t spy on you by exploiting a bug

CNBC, Released on 1/29/19 “We’re aware of this issue and we have identified a fix that will be released in a software update later this week.” Continue……

France fines Google €50 million over privacy violations

France fines Google €50 million over privacy violations

RT America, Released on 1/22/19 Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins Manila Chan to talk about France fining Google €50 million for violating EU privacy laws. They discuss Google’s practices of…