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Cambridge couple accidently trial new Facebook privacy setting

A Cambridge couple have been the first to trial a new Facebook privacy setting which enables you to broadcast your status to the nation via the front page of national newspapers.

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Posted: Jun 8th, 2015
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Samsung release a range of morally superior TVs

So much smarter than you.Having revealed that their current range of smart products will ‘listen’ to and gather personal information, the South Korean multinational was forced to concede that their self-aware TVs were now ‘silently judging’ their owners and malfunctioning accordingly.

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Posted: Feb 17th, 2015
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Avian privacy group slams RSPB ‘mass surveillance’

everything they do is known to the authoritiesAvian rights activists are demanding answers from the government today after the Guardian published tweets from an insider at the RSPB, indicating the shocking extent of directed surveillance against birds.

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Posted: Jan 25th, 2015
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MI5 to outsource surveillance to Google

MI6 getting in on it as well, but that's a secret‘Opportunity to opt out on page 123 of privacy policy terms and conditions.’

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Posted: Jul 11th, 2014
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Google search for ‘reasons to put something back into society’ returns no results

search for alternative names for Google brought up Swindle, Diddle, Fiddle and Gullible, but only on Yahoo!‘A simple inquiry ‘How can multinational corporations contribute to society?’ turned up no results, while an open query about the redistribution of wealth through taxation only brought up adverts for some banks in the Cayman Islands.’

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Posted: May 21st, 2013
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