A Facebook Employee Asked a Reporter To Turn Off His Phone So Facebook Couldn't Track Its Location https://tech.slashdot.org/story/18/02/12/165259/a-facebook-employee-asked-a-reporter-to-turn-off-his-phone-so-facebook-couldnt-track-its-location?utm_source=rss1.0mainlinkanon&utm_medium=feed
Imagine: You and your family are sleeping innocently and one night, men with gnus burst through the door and
yes, with gnus
no, not Linux. Blue wildebeest. From southeast Africa. They point a gnu in your face and
the pointy end, yes
the one with horns on
they say 'we demand a stable population with clearly delineated migration corridors from Kenya to Tanzania or we toss you into a watering hole'
to show they mean business they toss a lion into your swimming pool
its not even your lion
Privacy could be the next big thing. My talk from @hackferencebrum about privacy, and how people are uneasy about what's being done with their data. And how to explain that it doesn't have to be this way.
Also includes chocolate for the audience.