Using Machine Learning to listen to your keystrokes and hack your password.
When should we silence those who we disagree with?
Controversial commentator Katie Hopkins has had her Twitter account suspended for violating its anti-hate policy.
Twitter typically doesn't comment when an account is suspended.
Late last year Twitter broke its silence on why it has not blocked US President Donald Trump, who in the eyes of many has tweeted or reposted hateful comments. Twitter said it made exceptions for world leaders.
Airbnb has developed technology that looks at guests’ online “personalities” when they book a break to calculate the risk of them trashing a host’s home.
Details have emerged of its “trait analyser” software built to scour the web to assess users’ “trustworthiness and compatibility” as well as their “behavioural and personality traits” in a bid to forecast suitability to rent a property.
'I’ve realized how blind we are to the kinds of insights tech companies are gaining about us through our gadgets. Our blindness not only keeps us glued to privacy-invading tech — it also means that we’ve failed to create a political culture that is in any way up to the task of limiting surveillance.'
This article is important for all of us. It shows how UK media create fake news to nurture racism and extremism.
If you want to understand the Sussexes’ decision to step back from front-line royal duties, then the answers are contained in one remarkable legal document.
Individuals will have to become their own chief security officer – finding a way to manage and control access to all of their digital assets, cloud services, social media profiles, personal communications and private devices. As our personal digital universes expand exponentially, so will the necessity of controlling our data and digital identities.