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Roomba testers feel misled after intimate images ended up on Facebook

“A lot of this language seems to be designed to exempt the company from applicable privacy laws, but none of it reflects...

A Roomba recorded a woman on the toilet. How did screenshots end up on Facebook?

Brookman explains that the legal barriers companies must clear to collect data directly from consumers are fairly low. The FTC, or state...

Big Tech could help Iranian protesters by using an old tool

But these workarounds aren’t enough. Though the first Starlink satellites have been smuggled into Iran, restoring the internet will likely require several...

The Download: Amazon’s home-guarding robot, and covid’s violent legacy

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Amazon has...

The Download: Retrofitting cities, and Alexa mimics the dead

The scars and pockmarks of the aging apartments and housing units under the purview of the New York City Housing Authority don’t...

Amazon’s Employees Can Go to College, Free. What’s in It for Higher Ed?

At the College of Lake County, a two-year institution outside of Chicago, the mission is clear: educating and uplifting a predominantly Hispanic, low-income...

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