• Dec 29, 2018
  • Glyn Moody
  • News, Privacy, Security,

Google wants to spy on everything you do at home, in every room (including the bathroom), to help “improve” your family

Smart speakers and the Internet of Things are undoubtedly impressive considered purely as technology. That may explain why they are increasingly popular. But as this blog has pointed out a number of times, they raise huge questions about privacy that many users seem unaware of. Moreover, we have only just started the journey towards making … Continue reading “Google wants to spy on everything you do at home, in every room (including the bathroom), to help “improve” your family”

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  • Jun 19, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Net Neutrality, News, Privacy,

Amazon granted patent to restrict the open internet at in-store public WiFi hotspots

Jeff Bezos’s Amazon has been granted a patent for a tool called “Physical Store Online Shopping Control,” which helps brick and mortar locations control users’ online shopping experience when they are at the store and on the store’s WiFi network. If a customer searches for a product or competitor, Amazon would be able to “control” … Continue reading “Amazon granted patent to restrict the open internet at in-store public WiFi hotspots”

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