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Comment on #deletefacebook by Elizabeth Perry

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 17:30:01 +0000

Where are the ex-Facebookers going? There are few alternatives, but I found one here: Is it possible people will go this route?

Comment on #deletefacebook by Bruce M

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 15:41:14 +0000

You oughta read this..maybe you will take that final step. Facebook is evil, plain and simple.

Comment on Facebook and the endless string of worst-case scenarios by Bruce M

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 11:25:17 +0000

Nearly from a company headed by such a jerk. They only care about money, and we all have stories about facebook. They have screwed me over both as a user and also an (attempted) advertiser. They treat people like garbage. They could fix plenty of problems but Zuck certainly wouldn't want to lower his net worth to a paltry 70 billion or anything like that...oh no...squeeze every penny out of it, baby...oh yeah, must feel fabulous screwing over the citizens of the world and laughing all the way to the bank. Anyways if you haven't read this at this point slightly aged classic article ( make sure to do so. The extent of Facebook's evil really knows no bounds, and it's going to take some big big guns to stop them...either some powerful hacking or the US Congress...and i think we know what Congress will do, don't we?

Comment on Facebook’s latest privacy debacle stirs up more regulatory interest from lawmakers by victor arenas

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 09:03:01 +0000

i'm thinking about the future and about the security risks that my little daughters are going to have and I'm devastated, i don't know why we still have to trust all of our personal information to a company/person/government when it is clearly more than proven that it is not really safe for us. in some point it's a shame that our privacy and personal information lost all the instrinsical value because we take for granted that every time we sign up on a social page, an email service, a payment web page it only takes some time to hear in the news that our information has been stolen again and sadly this is a never ending circle. i want to be very energetic on this and make my voice be heard, we have to end with this situation for our own safety, for the safety of our children's, for they future. i want to live in a world that i still have to present myself, in a world that i own my essence the only thing that we should own by default and never have to fight for this right is the owning and self protection of our PERSONAL INFORMATION. i want to know where is my information always, who's using it, what information they have and i want to remove the permissions to access to my information whenever i want to do it. if there's a way to do that, if somebody can assure that from this day ill never going to have fear of loosing all my personal data, that would be for the first time in my life that i would be the ONLY owner of my information, if there's a way to do that i would be in debt for life and I would accept this change immediately and never look back again.

Comment on Facebook has suspended the account of the whistleblower who exposed Cambridge Analytica by Jim Preston

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 00:05:38 +0000

FB let's Russian thugs and Nazis post but not honest people showing they screwed up. I worked for a company, Deloitte, that fired honest staff but kept the liars we wanted to get rid of. And look what happened at Wells Fargo and so many more.

Comment on Lightning Labs just raised millions from Jack Dorsey and others to supercharge blockchain transactions by Antonio Mendez

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 13:54:21 +0000

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Comment on YouTube is reportedly introducing your kids to conspiracy theories, too by Andrea Dorea

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 01:06:04 +0000

Misinformation? Fake news? As if Wikipedia is 100% factual truth LOL!! What about the US government? What about mainstream media? Sounds as if "someone's" unhappy that people are finally waking up and questioning everything they are spoonfed as gospel! VERIFY THEN TRUST! #QuestionEverything

Comment on Suspicious likes lead to researcher lighting up a 22,000-strong botnet on Twitter by Alex Li

Sat, 17 Mar 2018 15:35:46 +0000

Q: Why does FB refuses to clean up fake news or why does Twitter tolerates bots in its network? A: They like the artificially inflated user engagement (clicks) numbers that they feed Wall Street with As simple as that, removing fake news and bots is trivial just ask Yann LeCun

Comment on Teacher in Ghana who used blackboard to explain computers gets some Microsoft love by Jonathan Diederiks

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 06:52:21 +0000

Big Up to Richard Appiah Akoto, your passion and innovation is an inspiration, also, thanks to Microsoft for stepping in, it'll make a difference to the kids.

Comment on Welcome to the new TechCrunch by Nicole Wilke

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 04:41:48 +0000

Thanks for the feedback, everyone. We appreciate it! A few of these things have already been addressed or will be soon. And the rest are great to know about and we'll be looking into them. We know we didn't ship this perfect, we shipped it to be perfected, so hearing your thoughts is very helpful.

Comment on No more pastry panic: Alexa can now talk you through recipes by Nishant Pant

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 03:55:40 +0000

What would be really cool is if Alexa starts working like Google Home. You shouldn't have to remember the name of the skill like "Alexa, ask AllRecipes for a pizza recipe". It should be seamless. So, if you say "Alexa, find a good pizza recipe", it should know that you have AllRecipes installed and it should just get the recipe from AllRecipes automagically. We struggle with this all the time with our Real Estate skill - Agent NEO, because users tend to forget the name of the skill after installing it. Amazon, are you listening??

Comment on FitHouse aims to make fancy fitness classes more affordable by S Gar

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 03:48:52 +0000

Sponsored by Nike.

Comment on Stock trade app Robinhood raising at $5B+, up 4X in a year by S Gar

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 03:47:03 +0000

And yet, still can't manage to deliver on the Oz launch they promised YEARS ago... or even communicate about it. Disappointing is what it is.

Comment on Ford takes aim at Toyota’s hybrid market lead with its new SUV lineup by Adam Mann

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 20:29:52 +0000

Won’t Happen. Considering that Ford is late to the game. Their current hybrid technology along with other companies in the hybrid game are all using antiquated Hybrid Tech they purchased from Toyota. So unless they can somehow find away to change the game. Ford will never touch Toyota on a Hybrid front.

Comment on Ford takes aim at Toyota’s hybrid market lead with its new SUV lineup by PJ Lenny

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 18:45:23 +0000

So, nearly a quarter century after Toyota began selling hybrids, Ford, FORD, is going to step in and push them to second place?

Comment on Welcome to the new TechCrunch by Darren Hewer

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:18:52 +0000

Overall looks good! One suggestion: For the list of recent posts on the front page, the current order is: Title - Blurb - Photo I think the following would be better: Photo - Title - Blurb Remember that people want to be able to easily skim the new posts; as it is now, I find my eyes having to dart back and forth across the page from the photo to the title. The photo helps catch attention, the title clarifies whether this is likely something I want to read, and the blurb confirms this. So photo should, IMHO, be farthest right, so the user can most easily scan down the list, followed by the title.

Comment on Legal tech is opening the system to those who need legal representation the most by julie jolie

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:08:10 +0000

You forgot to mention Wonder.Legal, #1 legaltech in the world - now in 13 countries - and the only legaltech totally free in the US.

Comment on Wikipedia wasn’t aware of YouTube’s conspiracy video plan by Richelle Brittain

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:04:53 +0000

Obvious fake name; even Russian trolls are more creative. Let me guess: Your YT channel is full of My Little Pony conspiracy vids.

Comment on Cryptocurrency ad bans are a step in the right direction by Alex Groleau

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 04:12:19 +0000

Cryptocurrencies are a direct threat to the Google and Facebook technopolies. They only have two options when squashing the competition with their power: acquire or silence. Stop being myopic; these guys sure aren't and you are falling right into their trap worse than any uninformed crypto holder tossing money at an ICO.

Comment on Wikipedia wasn’t aware of YouTube’s conspiracy video plan by OBloody Hell

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 00:55:37 +0000

Great, yet another excuse for censorship. The more this happens, the more likely another service will pop up to eat FB and YT's lunch. I don't give a #$%^%^# about YT "hosting conspiracy vids" -- all this does is make excuses for claiming 'x' is a conspiracy vid, and having YT block it. It could be a my little pony video, but if it gets enough complaints, they'll assume they must be missing something, and block it.