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16 Oct, 2021 05:47

Social media sting: Anything you post can be used against you

Law enforcement agencies nationwide have a cozy relationship with platforms like Facebook and Google. Attorney Madeline Pendley explains how Big Tech has been gagged from informing users exactly what personal information they’re sharing with police departments. Meanwhile – Amazon’s new Astro home companion and Facebook’s new partnership with Ray-Ban sunglasses are the latest additions to a marketplace flooded with products that watch and listen to our every move. Boom Bust co-host Ben Swann explains precautions we should take before adding these surveillance devices to our shopping carts.

If you’re wondering whether your boss is monitoring you while working from home, rest assured…they are. The pandemic has forced much of our daily regimens to go digital, meaning our lives have become that much easier to monitor from afar.
Strelmark president Hilary Fordwich walks us through the various methods employers have taken to keep a watchful eye over their employees, even those working remotely.

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