Honestly, after Cambridge Analytica, not much surprises us.
With the filter, software can't even tell that a photo contains a face.
The government intends to explore how Facebook has been misused, but some in Papua New Guinea say they're about to lose their right to free speech.
The ultimate digital narc is at it again.
The company would automatically delete compromising images if someone else uploaded them.
It would be like the Human Genome Project but with our online activity instead of genes.
Better digital security means science can progress without violating people's trust.
GDPR might not be the global model for reining in tech companies, after all.
Maybe audits aren't as rigorous as they should be.
It's probably a good reminder: those cameras always in our pockets are extremely powerful.
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