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FBI aims to catalogue and track people by their tattoos

The FBI is working on software that will track and link people based on the tattoos they choose to ink on their skin.That is, if they were even aware the photos were being taken in the first place.

T-Mobile’s new ‘unlimited’ plan is a blatant violation of net neutrality

T-Mobile’s new ‘unlimited’ plan is a blatant violation of net neutrality It’s called that because it’s the only plan T-Mobile will offer going forward.The EFF is weighing in on T-Mobile One and thinks it’s a clear violation of net neutrality.

The Internet Archive just got a bit more useful - and a lot more political

The Internet Archive just got a bit more useful - and a lot more political The Internet Archive has been making waves lately, and not entirely by choice.The Internet Archive basically has two components: the website archive, called the Wayback Machine, and everything else, including databases of digitized books, music, movies, and more.

Major ISPs now say they won't sell your browsing history. Yeah. Right.

Major ISPs now say they won't sell your browsing history. Yeah. Right. Internet service providers are in an awkward spot.After getting all dressed up for the sell-your-data dance, it turns out they'll be staying home.

A day in the life of Trump

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Worse than Wrist Rockets

Worse than Wrist Rockets i told my friends i'd go 2 the bars tonight 9 mns agoDancing on the graves of the deceased 12 mns agoThe Donald Trump Jr "Scandal" of the New York Times Isn't a Scand 24 mns agoThat one guy that won't share 31 mns agoThe differences in how Americans say things 36 mns agoAnother Grem for the collection 40 mns agoYes, every now and again that sword comes up at Walt Disney World 46 mns ago

Sonos: Accept Our New Privacy Policy Or We May Brick Your Device

Sonos: Accept Our New Privacy Policy Or We May Brick Your Device Now, however, Sonos is the news for a very different reasons: The company recently announced a unilateral change to its privacy policy that its attempting to jam down customer throats.Hilariously, the company’s new privacy policy begins by stating: “Sonos respects your privacy and your rights to control your personal data.