Twitter recently discovered a problem that caused it to send certain data to advertisers under certain conditions without your permission.
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On the same day that Apple pauses Siri grading, a Germany privacy watchdog ordered Google to stop its human review of voice snippets.
Apple is pausing the Siri grading program that sends some Siri queries to its servers for better processing.
Many states have laws in place to protect the privacy of libraries. But LinkedIn is violating this with LinkedIn Learning, formerly known as Lynda.com.
Currently, when Lynda.com is accessed through a library, a user logs in with her or his library card and a PIN. No other personal information is required.
Checking off the user agreement grants LinkedIn the power to share the information contained in a personal profile with whoever LinkedIn wants.
Libraries are a bastion against corporations, where you can get free resources and just hang out without having to buy anything. I hope this gets resolved in the library’s favor.
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