Gabriel Weinberg, CEO & Founder at DuckDuckGo.com, wrote an article about the company’s business model, i.e. how the search engine can make money without invading your privacy. Continue reading “How DuckDuckGo makes money without invading your privacy”
Dom DiFurio wrote an article for The Dallas Morning News titiled Where do Chick-fil-A customers go on Sundays? A D-FW company has the answer, and it’s not Popeyes. Continue reading “Where do Chick-fil-A customers go on Sundays? A D-FW company has the answer”
Brian X. Chen wrote a New York Times article titled I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have. Continue reading “I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have.”
Michael Kwet wrote a New York Times article titled In Stores, Secret Surveillance Tracks Your Every Move.
“Imagine you are shopping in your favorite grocery store. As you approach the dairy aisle, you are sent a push notification in your phone: ’10 percent off your favorite yogurt! Click here to redeem your coupon.’ You considered buying yogurt on your last trip to the store, but you decided against it. How did your phone know? Your smartphone was tracking you… [with] Bluetooth beacons.” Continue reading “Stores are spying on you using Bluetooth beacons”