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West Sacramento Launching Controversial Program Watching Public’s Social Media Posts

WEB Notes: What makes these creepers think it is okay to monitor your account? Well, they are public, so if they want to do it they can. Even so, government much less, local government launching something like this is a little disturbing.

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YouTube Bans Pro-Life Channel Over ‘Harmful’ Content

A pro-life organisation has had a YouTube channel suspended because its content was deemed to be “harmful or dangerous”.

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Spy Agency NSA Triples Collection Of U.S. Phone Records

WEB Notes: The NSA does not need to record any of our calls, texts or emails. This is a violation of your fourth amendment right. When I read this article, the first thing that jumped out at me was a statement Donald Trump just made about firearms…

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Facebook Has Begun To Rank News Organizations By Trust, Zuckerberg Says

WEB Notes: From his own mouth, only the big boys are going to be reconized. New organizations are founded all the time, what about them? All I have to say, is when there is no truth left, the people can partially thank themselves for supporting organizations who do not support free speech. It appears to be slowly vanishing and few reconize that fact.

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‘Big Brother’ in India Requires Fingerprint Scans for Food, Phones and Finances

WEB Notes: Can you believe this? Of course you can. We live in the last days of this age of flesh. This is not the Mark of the Beast, that mark is spiritual in nature, though it will have very real physical consequences. Nevertheless, this should get your attention. The people there are being forced into a new economic system and if they refuse, they are pushed outside of its bounds.

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Apps With Sex And Violence Deemed Suitable For 4-Year-Olds

WEB Notes: Only a pervert would do something like this. Parents, monitor your children’s usage of electronic devices and limit their use. When they are zoned into a device they are just that, zoned in. The thought process in their head and room for creativity come to a halt. Remember, these are entertainment devices, not babysitters.

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Facebook Must Face Class Action Over Facial Recognition: U.S. Judge

A U.S. federal judge ruled on Monday that Facebook Inc must face a class action lawsuit alleging that the social network unlawfully used a facial recognition process on photos without user permission.

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Yahoo And AOL Just Gave Themselves The Right To Read Your Emails (Again)

Oath, the media division of Verizon that runs both AOL and Yahoo, is finally unifying the privacy policy of its two giant legacy Internet brands. That means an updated set of privacy terms and policies for hundreds of millions of users. And in an online world where privacy expectations have been radically reshaped in light of Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica mess, it’s more important than ever to read the fine print on those splash screens.

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg ‘Optimistic’ AI Tools To Flag, Remove Hate Speech In 5-10Yrs

WEB Notes: You know, in the past these sort of things were said behind closed doors. I remember when something like this came to light many of us would show people, hey look what these guys are doing. It perked some ears here and there…

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Facebook: Most People Could Have Had Their Public Profile Scraped

WEB Notes: In other news, “Facebook Inc. scans the links and images that people send each other on Facebook Messenger, and reads chats when they’re flagged to moderators, making sure the content abides by the company’s rules. If it doesn’t, it gets blocked or taken down.” – Bloomberg

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Under Armour Says MyFitnessPal Data Breach Affected 150 Million Users

WEB Notes: Interesting. Just yesterday I had a conversation with a gentleman who explained he has a new sleep app for his phone. Through his watch, the phone calculates how much sleep he obtained through the night…

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Extreme Vetting: State Dept. To Demand Tourists’ Social Media History

WEB Notes: How about that. This is one of many reasons why social media is a bad thing. Whatever happened to emailing family and friends?

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