Really interesting example of a privacy issue highlighted on r/privacy yesterday:
> visited a roommate's place and was bombarded with ads about engagement rings when I used his wifi. I asked him if he was going to propose to his girlfriend and he was shocked I found out. Helped him install PiHole/network wide ad blocking before she found out.
'Too big to fail': why even a historic ad boycott won’t change Facebook
"Chatterjee also pointed out that even as Facebook endures a “tongue-lashing in the US”, it continues to consolidate and expand its power abroad, such as through its $5.7bn deal with Jio Platforms in India, an investment that he expects will give it “unprecedented access to Indian consumers”."
MY NEXT PREDICTION
India may have more than 15.5 lakh #COVID19 cases by July 31st and will cross 16 lakh cases on August 1st
wait until Ninja finds out what Google and Facebook do https://twitter.com/Ninja/status/1281339740227338240
How is #socialmedia changing administration-student dynamics in private schools in India? Do #schools have a 'right to police' #students' online activities at all?
Sanjana Sundar explores
Revenue model of both apps is #SurveillanceCapitalism
#privacy is in threat with both @zoom_us & @reliancejio meet. https://twitter.com/redditindia/status/1278962199357091840
"Privacy is the cornerstone of freedom and democracy" 🇮🇳
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