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The secrecy surrounding AI products makes even basic information about them a scandal. Clapping to turn on the lights. Paying for food by staring into space. Talking aloud to an empty room. Technology,
Hyp3r, an apparently trusted marketing partner of Facebook and Instagram, has been secretly collecting and storing location and other data on millions of users, against the policies of the social networks,
The Guardian - Presented by Anushka Asthana with Alex Hern and Lois Beckett; produced by David Waters, Elizabeth Cassin, Gary Marshall and Axel Kacoutié, executive producers Phil Maynard and Nicole Jackson
Alex Hern on how Google’s use of personal data has potentially helped create a new age of mass surveillance. Plus Lois Beckett on the response to two mass shootings in the US Google’s story is one of growth.
The online entertainment company, which boasts 125 million subscribers, has become so powerful it can even afford to snub Cannes. Are cinephiles – and conventional broadcasters – right to fear for the
After the Facebook scandal it’s time to base the digital economy on public v private ownership of data
The data-mining scandal offers a unique chance to reclaim our private information and use it in a way that will benefit us all The continuing collapse of public trust in Facebook is welcome news to those