Today is all privacy, talking Facebook spyware and how to keep your credit card safe, with Andrew Orr, Charlotte Henry, & host Kelly Guimont.
Among the revelations, we learn more about the company’s free VPN app that was essentially spyware.
The session was wide ranging, but included accusations that Facebook has upended democratic institutions, led by “frat bot billionaires from California.”
Host Kelly Guimont talks to John Martellaro about the popularity(?) of iPhone XR, and Charlotte Henry about Facebook’s trip to Parliament.
The company shared that some accounts have been using third-party software to artificially grow their audience.
Former Facebook privacy advisor Dipayan Ghosh argues that Silicon Valley prioritizes profits and conformity of thought over ethics.
Under-pressure Mark Zuckerberg has published a note laying out how Facebook plans to govern content in the future and its progress in 2018.
Host Kelly Guimont talks to Andrew Orr and John Martellaro about how Apple’s AI can help college students, and Facebook’s latest PR problems.
What particularly made Mr. Zuckerberg mad was Tim Cook’s comments during a joint MSNBC and Recode interview.
Facebook’s has had to halt the mandatory introduction of its new transparency system for political ads following the revelation of a number of major failures.
Facebook recently started rolling out 3D Photos for iPhone users. Problem is, not everyone has it yet and you want it. Thankfully, Apple-industry legend, Sam Levin, found a path and posted the instructions for us all.
The move signals Facebook turning to politicians as it faces mounting criticisms from consumer watchdogs and governments around the world.
In this episode, Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet make an announcement about ACM. They also talk about the cool horror of BostonDynamics’s twerking dogbot. Oh, and Facebook Portal…please. No. Just, please no. The also take a look at some listener email.
Facebook has announced a shake-up of how it handles political advertising in the UK, bringing rules from the US into other markets.
In light of the recent breaches and hacks at Facebook, it’s a good idea to enable two-factor authentication on Facebook for security.
A message from friends warning your Facebook account may have been hacked made the rounds over the weekend. It’s a scam.
Dictating which news you’re allowed to see stems from Facebook’s corrupted business model. Apple, in contrast, does things in a very subtle, different way. Which company shall endure?
Apple has plenty of scandals: BendGate, BatteryGate, “You’re just holding it wrong!” But they aren’t really on the same level.
John collects the news debris of the week that didn’t make the TMO headlines.