I am not a conspiracy theorist and I work very hard to come up with logical explanations for things that look, well...a bit fishy. This time, however, I feel like I'm head-first in the rabbit hole as I'm convinced social media is spying on my conversations.
Not long ago I started compiling a list of things my adorably curious son would say on a daily basis. They range from words he mispronounces, to things he misunderstands, to questions he asks and other notable quotes that I treasure. He outdid himself last week!
We are a world comprised of hypocrites if we applaud the efforts of Anonymous to break into the Twitter accounts of terrorists but enrich the soil of Apple Inc.'s moral high ground when it comes to breaking into the telephone of one who allegedly terrorized a group of innocent, unsuspecting people at a holiday party.
Have you noticed after searching something or shopping online, especially after putting something into a "cart," you start to see ads for that product on your Facebook news feed? You are not wrong in assuming that the social media site is tracking your online behavior to cater ads to your interest. Do you want to know how to make it stop?
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Former intelligence worker Edward Snowden has received a prize from the Norwegian Academy of Literature and Freedom of Expression, accepting via a live video link from Russia.