If I had to guess, I think most people, when asked about “deepfakes”, if they are concerned at all, are concerned about elections, political fakes, or famous people being taken down by fake videos. We aren’t thinking about phishing, and … Read More
I think this is really interesting, because the more information about you there is, the more reasons someone can find to either rule against you, or to do more investigation into you. Which leads to more information about you being … Read More
I have said before that I think the biggest reason that customers and “regular” people don’t straight up demand businesses get better at security and privacy is that they don’t really understand it. This is closely followed by the fact … Read More
This week, Microsoft announced some new features coming for Teams, including some specifically designed to help employees maintain some stress management and avoid burnout. Things like a virtual commute, and a partnership with Headspace for meditations.
Which is interesting for a business collaboration tool, right?… Read More
I think we sort of knew this was happening, but seeing all of the stats in the article below is alarming. There is, however an example of what it takes to keep kids engaged and learning even when they can’t … Read More
I’ve asked you before if you would be able to tell if I walked away from this blog years ago and simply left AI to write it. Maybe we aren’t there yet, but consider the article below. This is how … Read More
In all the talk about eliminating Section 230, I think this gets lost, and I’m glad Jessi is writing about. “Our reliance on the Internet, especially during the pandemic, is evidence that Section 230 continues to work as intended, despite … Read More