On the popular short-video app, young people are churning through images and sounds at warp speed, repurposing reality into ironic, bite-size content
Complete with umms and aahs, phone calls by the Google Duplex system are very difficult to tell from an actual human phone call
'The results won't surprise those in the information security industry who've known for years that the truth is that tech giants know so much about us that they don't actually need to listen to our conversations to serve us targeted adverts.'
Young people today are growing up in a digital world, and the hours they spend on their smartphones every day has many parents worried. But how justified are the concerns?
Spyware companies facilitate domestic abuse and coercive control by encouraging and promoting the use of the software against intimate partners, according to a new study.
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A mother expressed her concern about extremist content poisoning the minds of boys as they use the internet, in a post that went viral. She thinks there are warning signs parents should heed.