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Uber, once again proving the “sharing” economy capitalists are as bad as any traditional economy capitalists you could create: Security researcher GironSec has pulled Uber’s Android app apart and discovered that it’s sending a huge amount of personal data back to base – including your call logs, what apps you’ve got installed, whether your phone […]

"F#*@ You, Google."

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In Charli Carpenter
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On February 13, 2010
Google continues to take heat over its new uber-anti-privacy-architecture. Tts new Buzz application makes an important error in assuming that every link between nodes (email addresses) implies homophily, and that greater connectedness between nodes implies greater homophily. Not so, explains Fugitivus ever so patiently: I use my private Gmail account to email my boyfriend and […]
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