If you attended high school in the USA there is a very good chance you had to read a book called “1984” by George Orwell. It’s always been pretty much a basic read for high schoolers. I don’t know … Continue reading
Posted in communication, computers, consumerism, lifestyle, media, privacy
Tagged Big Brother, Cameras, eavsdropping, Echo Dot, freedom, George Orwell, Hp, iMac, Ink, printer, privacy, Toilets
March 10, 1876…despite most folks havixng no idea what happened on this day, it’s a date that has really lived in infamy. That’s the day Alexander Graham Bell spoke into his new invention and said, “Mr. Watson, come here. I … Continue reading
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Tagged advertising, Alexander Graham Bell, apps, cell phone, communication, marketing, Mr. Watson, privacy, privacy statement, telemarketing, telephone
I consider my telephone my private property and I highly resent anyone using it to solicit money from me. Why is that such a hard concept for people, businesses and our legal system to understand? I pay for my physical … Continue reading