Read our latest case-study “A story of industry collaboration during lockdown” How we built Pinnacom's new network during COVID lockdown.https://faelix.net/news/202010/pinnacom-case-study/
Amazon's profits, AWS and advertising — Thoughtful analysis of AWS contribution to Amazon's profit from @email@example.com https://buff.ly/3jNdkVC
Winamp Skin Museum - 65,000 skins, and a twitterbot too! @firstname.lastname@example.org https://buff.ly/3gYaOtV
Some interesting info from bug bounty hackers: "We Hacked Apple for 3 Months: Here’s What We Found" Apple own the entire 184.108.40.206/8 IP range... hackers found 55 vulerabilites - 11 critical severity, 29 high severity https://buff.ly/3luDAFn
Brain-Computer Interfaces Are Coming. Will We Be Ready? ... the section on opportunities and risks is fascinating. DARPA is funding most of the research in this area of course. https://buff.ly/32z1Uhd
Interesting and thoughtful post - how Tiktok abstracts culure through machine learning - “when you gaze into TikTok, TikTok gazes into you.” https://buff.ly/33nSV4I
For hi-tech high stakes criminals only - “Picking Locks with Audio Technology” https://buff.ly/3gTzio9
Our CTO Marek Isalski @email@example.com was in the member panel discussion at @LINX_Network@twitter.com members meet today - how collaboration, communication & co-operation delivered a customer network transformation in the middle of a pandemic! https://buff.ly/34ZWYFg
We have a member panel session for you at #LINXLIVE next week. @firstname.lastname@example.org, Pinnacom and @email@example.com discuss the strength of the networking community, working together, evolving your physical network as well as your business strategy. Register to join us here; https://www.linx.net/contact/events/linx-events/linxlive/
Why We Think Our Phones Are Secretly Listening to Us - great piece by @firstname.lastname@example.org - "Not that I want Facebook to listen in on me, but it’s almost more depressing that we’re not even important enough for them to want to try." https://buff.ly/3kCSV6Z
U.S. Government Contractor Embedded Software in Apps to Track Phones -- oh dear, "App publishers often allow 3rd-parties, for a fee, to insert SDKs into their apps...SDK maker sells consumer data harvested from app...app publisher gets a chunk of revenue https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-government-contractor-embedded-software-in-apps-to-track-phones-11596808801
Congress forced Silicon Valley to answer for its misdeeds. It was a glorious sight great Guardian piece by @email@example.com https://buff.ly/3gd6xU4
Drug cartel ‘narco-antennas’ make life dangerous for Mexico’s cell tower repairmen https://buff.ly/30IxSa0
Twitter says it's looking at subscription options as ad revenue drops sharply https://buff.ly/39lKQ1m
Deepfake used to attack activist couple shows new disinformation frontier - Deepfake spotting is getting harder. https://buff.ly/2WlhATb
TikTok and many other iOS apps still snoop your sensitive clipboard data - list includes News, Weather, and Games apps https://buff.ly/2VqS7XV
Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and its for sale - In-depth analysis of location data and privacy by NYT https://buff.ly/2B4wamx
Steve Bannon used location targeting to reach voters who had been in Catholic churches - geofencing + fingerprinting = means the geofencing data isn't anonymous https://buff.ly/2JOTER3
“We have an allergy index, a dog-walking index, a barbecue index” Accuweather doing important work during the COVID crisis https://www.adexchanger.com/publishers/accuweather-president-steven-smith-on-how-the-pandemic-changed-the-weather-business/
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