This Breitbart article makes it appear that Microsoft is beginning the process of censoring political speech. Without consulting with its users, Microsoft has installed an establishment media browser extension, purportedly designed to rate the accuracy of news websites, as a default extension on mobile versions of its Edge browser. In practice, it creates a news … Continue reading Is Microsoft hopping on the censoring political speech bandwagon?
A majority of Americans wants the government to regulate technology companies—a significant change after revelations that Russia used online services such as Facebook to influence the 2016 election. According to an Axios-Survey Monkey poll, concern about government inaction is up significantly—15 percentage points—in the past three months. Says Axios: “That's a seismic shift in the … Continue reading Are We Being Googled?
The ongoing conflict between an individual’s privacy and the public interest heads to the U.S. Supreme Court when the justices hear oral arguments in a lawsuit in which Microsoft refuses to turn over data in a drug case. The U.S. Constitution does not include the actual word privacy, but the Fourth Amendment, which prevents illegal … Continue reading U.S. v. Microsoft
Speaking of Windows 7 have you noticed something missing from your TV screens? That's right the I'm a mac, I'm a PC ads have virtually disappeared. I haven't seen one since the first week of windows seven, the "trust me" ad. It has been half a year and windows 7 has apparently been exactly what … Continue reading Where are the “I’m a mac vs PC” ads?
It doesn't deal with Windows 7. It doesn't critique the OS or anything about it. It simply points to the past and pretends that each windows OS was a failure. Some undoubtedly were (Windows MEss) but Apple can't find actual snark to use about 7 itself. Beyond anything else this shows that Apple is actually … Continue reading It is interesting to note Apple’s latest Mac vs PC ad.