“Likes” matter. After all, a computer can get a creepily accurate sense of your personality based on a dozen “likes,” and computers are constantly analyzing our online activity for advertising and national security purposes.
Modern data breaches are a kind of pornography all their own.
Twitter is never going to be Facebook … in a good way. The platform’s strength doesn’t lie in collecting as many users as possible; instead, Twitter is a home for great content, giving us everything from breaking news to behind-the-scenes moments with celebrities to pithy hilarity from strangers worldwide.
Like Mark Zuckerberg, I and my wife welcomed a gorgeous baby girl a few weeks ago, but unlike Zuck, I won’t be posting public pictures of my daughter on Facebook.
When I first heard about the FDA shutting down 23andMe’s health report, I was deeply upset.
The FDA has approved 23AndMe to offer health information related to its direct-to-consumer genetics testing.