– Google has a bias problem. Or at least congress seems to think it does. When the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, went before congress, the committee was very concerned that the search engine might somehow be biased. – It’s not possible for an individual employee or groups of employees to manipulate our search results.
hey star reporting back in the building on a Sunday night good evening did you miss me just bouncing back from the flu thank you to those of you who reached out over the last couple of days I really appreciate that I’ve got kids no biological kids but thank you to those of you
Hey guys let’s talk about the best broadband bundles available this January… …which is a fantastic month to consider switching providers. Now, broadband bundles are notoriously difficult to compare like-for-like… …so, in this video we’re just gonna focus on the entry-level triple play deals available from eir, Sky, Virgin Media and Vodafone, and focus on
These days, no matter how many people are in the house, everyone wants to be online, at the same time. With an average broadband connection, this means everything slowing to a snail’s pace. Virgin Media super fast broadband speeds Virgin Media super fast broadband speeds let everyone in the household experience all the web has
We’ve had the Google Nest Hub formerly known as the Google home hub for a little over six months now and overall I’ve really enjoyed the time I’ve gotten to spend with this device now in this video what I’m going to do is go over the best features of the Google Nest hub after
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“We’re entering an era in which our enemies can make anyone say anything at any point in time.” Jordan Peele created this fake video of President Obama to demonstrate how easy it was to put words in someone else’s mouth- moving forward we need to be more vigilant with what we trust from the internet.
In Canada, law enforcement officials must obtain a warrant before they can read your mail, listen to your conversations, and track your activities on the Internet. However, the government’s proposed “Lawful Access” legislation will allow law enforcement officials to track your activities on the Internet without a warrant. Now there’s no risk the police will