The “other” stuff that tracks you vary. From companies buying and selling your credit card data to people using spyware to monitor your private data.
In some cases it’s clearly a violation of the law, but surprisingly often it’s not.
So, who’s watching you and how?
Apparently Lenovo’s been caught red-handed pre-installing an AdWare called Superfish on their computers before shipping them off to customers[1.
A couple of years ago, the story broke about the Gates Foundation giving a grant to some very interesting research...Read More >>
There are some 40 million e-readers and 65 million tablets in use in the U.S., according to analysts at Forrester...Read More >>
I know what you think, this is going to be a rant about helicopter parenting, but you know what? Helicopter...Read More >>
Information on consumer spending can provide a more complete picture than the glimpse doctors get during an office visit or...Read More >>
(don’t worry, the list will grow)