Universities can't spy on students in their rooms, Sephora broke privacy laws in California, Apple to face antitrust suit from DOJ
Apple is expanding its ads service, Google is changing its search algorithm, More people watched Streaming TV than Cable TV for the first time
Amazon is collecting palm prints, Google is letting politicians spam your Gmail, Facebook gives data to police about "illegal" abortion
Women's rights are still under attack, Amazon buys Roomba maker, Climate bill passed by Democrats
CHIPs bill headed to Biden's desk for signature, Facebook approved pro-genocide ads in Kenya, Google provides Nest footage to police without warrant
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act is gaining ground in Congress, Senators are looking to eliminate data caps that ISPs arbitrarily started enforcing, and The Zuck will be questioned regarding a lawsuit in California.
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