Category Archives: Privacy

Buyer Beware: Your Devices are Recording You

Recently, the Amazon Echo smart speaker has been at the center of a murder case which raises lots of questions about consumer privacy and the role that technology can play in our lives. The case revolves around the “accidental” death … Continue reading

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Eyes on the Prize–What Your Fovea Say About Your Engagement

Software that tracks a viewer’s habits through a monitor attached to the TV offered by TVision Insights. Gladwell traced eye focus back to Sesame Street’s use of the Distractor that measured “stickiness” to the pre-schoolers watching the show in his book, … Continue reading

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Love Love Love

As social network is getting more and more powerful, things are getting much more easier for us so that we can achieve things without going out, for example, we can socialize with friends through social network, it provides the similar … Continue reading

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How China Changes Internet

I guess I was wrong to jump into the conclusion that China killed Chinese Facebook(Ren ren) , and is messing up with the social network apps adapted from the western world. After watching this short video in New York Times, … Continue reading

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Do You Want Non-Friends to See Your Comments?

Facebook, as we all know, allows us to set up the visibility options of certain posts–if we only want a particular group of friends to see the posts, we can conditionally make them private to that group of friends. At the … Continue reading

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Facebook’s Troll Alert

Is someone stealing your Facebook identity? Facebook is being proactive by developing a tool that notifies users if someone has tapped into their account.  It’s called the troll hunter.  The tool will analyze the account names and profile pictures to … Continue reading

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Is Social Media Getting Too Personal?

Everyone has that one friend who is guilty of oversharing online. There are the proud parents who post at least 10 new photos of their children every day, the student who needs to tell the world about their recent A on … Continue reading

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