Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Tech Fix ByBrian X. Chen May 16, 2018 Google has far more data about us than Facebook. Yet unlike Mark Zuckerberg’s social networking empire, which has been under fire for improperly leaking user data, Google has sidestepped controversy. You may wonder: Why is that? After all, we turn to Google for not only our internet searches but also for our emails, calendaring, maps, photo uploads, video streaming, mobile phones and web browsers. That’s far more pervasive than the baby photos and comments that we post on Facebook. To help get an answer, I downloaded a copy of all of the information that Google has on me. Then I compared the trove to all the data that I already knew Facebook had obtained on me. What I found was that my Google data archive was much larger than my Facebook file — about 12 times … [Read more...] about Google’s File on Me Was Huge. Here’s Why It Wasn’t as Creepy as My Facebook Data.
Monday, March 26, 2018 by: Jayson Veley Tags: evil, Fourth Amendment, Glitch, Google, online age, police state, privacy, privacy watch, spy cameras, surveillance, techno tyranny, technology, Tyranny (Natural News) If you’ve ever had a strange desire to be watched around the clock and have pictures taken of you and your family even when you least expect it, fear not! Google has got your back! Back in October of 2017, Google officially announced the launch of Google Clips, a constantly-watching camera that uses artificial intelligence to determine what moments in your everyday life would make a good picture. If the device concludes that something is picture-worthy, then it records a short clip for you – because apparently human beings are now too stupid to decide when to pull out their cameras and take a few snapshots on their own. If you’re interested in Google Clips and don’t mind being watched for hours every day by a company that already has … [Read more...] about Google’s latest assault on your privacy comes in the form of a tiny “smart” camera designed to autonomously monitor and document your every move
The Levis’s Commuter Trucker Jacket with software called Jacquard by Google offers cool tech features that cyclists can access by simply swiping your sleeve. It's an interesting concept with some real benefits to bike commuters—you can access music, phone, and navigation all without taking your eyes off the road. Levi's has had a popular line of jeans and other apparel for bike commuters, but never before offered something so high tech. To make it, the company partnered with Google and its wearable tech application, Jacquard (Jacquard is a type of fabric that has the design woven into the material). In Google's application, touch and gesture sensors are built right into the sleeve and pair with your phone via Bluetooth to access your music, calls, and GPS. The Commuter Trucker has a well-placed pocket on the upper left sleeve that fits an iPhone, keeping it close to your ear so you can hear calls on speakerphone, GPS directions, and your favorite tunes. It's made … [Read more...] about The Levi’s Commuter Jacket, Powered by Google, Lets You Stay Connected on Every Ride
(Natural News) Evidence that the world’s largest social media and media conglomerates and platforms are completely biased against conservatives and Trump supporters continues to grow by the day, with Google now being outed as the latest abuser.As reported by The Daily Caller, former Google engineer James Damore and other right-leaning Google workers have filed a class action lawsuit against their employer alleging a climate of censorship and discrimination against them.The suit claims that Google managers discuss openly the existence of blacklists “meant to encourage and coordinate the sabotage of promotions, performance reviews, and employment opportunities for those with conservative viewpoints.”In addition, the suit says that Google workers are forced to endure Left-wing propaganda in the form of “Bias Busting” sessions that center in on so-called ‘white male privilege,’ and that workers risk losing their jobs or endangering their careers if … [Read more...] about Google reaches a whole new depth of EVIL by keeping “black lists” of white, conservative employees to deny promotions
(Natural News) Cyber attacks on private schools significantly increased over the recent months, according to the chief executive of the Independent Schools’ Bursars Association. The authorities noted that hackers continue to breach vulnerable computer systems and access the personal information of parents whose data are stored on cloud-based apps. The hacked systems were then used to trick parents into paying for fake school fees, leeching them of thousands of pounds.In one case, one parent was swindled by as much as $94,000 after being lured into a 10 percent ‘early bird’ discount. Cybersecurity experts stated that schools were rendered vulnerable to cyber attacks after transitioning to Google for Education, a version of the cloud-based app suite Google Docs.“I’ve had six cases recently from schools and three more from parents. Typically a school’s admissions team is targeted with a … [Read more...] about “Google campus” dangers revealed: Schools that have embraced Google are experiencing security breeches