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Tech Watchdog: Google, Facebook Engage in ‘One-Way Mirror’ Surveillance

Tech giants including Google and Facebook engage in extensive “one-way mirror” surveillance of their users, sharing the data they collect with third parties via a complex and unregulated system that puts private information at risk, according to a newly published study by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg

Bokhari: Microsoft Has A Massive China Problem

Cooperation with China has become a major point of criticism for Silicon Valley companies, most notably Google, which was excoriated by both Democrats and Republicans for trying to build a censored search engine called “Project Dragonfly,” for the Chinese market last year. But there’s another tech company that has far deeper ties to China — Microsoft.

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Google Cuts Out Leak-Prone Weekly All-Hands Meetings

In September 2018, Breitbart News published The Google Tape, a leaked recording of Google’s weekly all-hands meeting that took place immediately after the 2016 presidential election. Having faced numerous leaks from those meetings, Google is now stepping back on them.

The Associated Press