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Joe Biden Announces Travel Restrictions Following New COVID Variant from South Africa

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 3 d ago

Joe Biden Announces Travel Restrictions Following New COVID Variant from South Africa

"Take a listen to this guy I mean he was in rare form today even for Joe Really do wonder what happened before he was wheeled out and tuck it and you know the SAP said hey goes something to say something about the variants Plus I mean you can get excited because we're gonna get an issue who travel restrictions and you can talk about locking people down and mandating vaccines again And that was his inspired approach today The Nantucket The president came out to advise that he was restricting travel Which is interesting because even in what he said there he said South Africa and 6 other countries I somewhere along the way it turned out to be 8 in total So you know old Joe Not sure if Who knows You know maybe it was what do you think Susan Rice Google went ahead and added in another country or I don't know Nothing to worry about nothing to see there Our fearless leader has the new variant of concern Under control

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Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:58 min | 3 d ago

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,

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Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | Last week

Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

"So let's talk first about censorship. So Dennis and prager you did a great job. They're Google lawsuit. They were way ahead of the curve by the way. They tried to warn everyone that Google was going to shut everyone up. And people took them seriously, but not enough people, and then next thing you know, Donald Trump gets kicked off YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, all in one day, and it's kind of, I told you so, right, Dennis, it was one of those things. And we kind of have a separate government that exists in our country, one that we elect and one that is technocratic and one that is headquartered in Silicon Valley and in Menlo Park. So I could get into that form of censorship. I could also talk about the former censorship that exists on college campuses, whether it be the administration or antifa, and all that. But the type of censorship that I think is actually most helpful to talk about is one that every single person in this room participated, which is when we shut ourselves up. Self censorship has become the biggest form and most powerful form of censorship. Now, it's not only we don't shut ourselves up because we always want to, it's largely because we're afraid of the price or the cost associated with speaking up. And a great example of this is when people say Charlie, what can I do? And I asked them, I say, at work or with your Friends, are you allowed to express your political or religious or moral beliefs? And a vast majority of the people that listen to my show say no. I say, well, then you are not free. I said, let's just start there. You know, instead of you running for governor or whatever, what you're all great things and say, why don't you next time at your lunch break, tell the people around you how you view the world like Charlie, I can't do that. I mean, I'll lose my job, I'll be ridiculed. I'll be marked. I'll be smeared. So, of course you will be. So why won't you do it? And that's really the issue, isn't it? And this has been one of the genius moves to the left is that they are able to hold hostage our decadence to use a great word. Our lifestyle our luxury over us. We have a great life here in America and conservatives know they have a great life. And it's actually this very interesting thing. It's this inverse relationship, and I love Dennis thoughts on this. Because conservatives are more thankful to be an American and thankful for what they have. I think we're also more afraid to lose

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Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I realized that sometimes I live in kind of a parallel universe to most people, because I'm on multiple screens almost all the time. In front of me right now, in my main computer set up two monitors, I've got my iPad and my iPhone and we'll always have a spare computer on the side just in case I need to pop it up and do something else with it. But every now and again, you run into having too many screens in front of you. Last night for me an example we were watching the ball state football game on the big screen. Plus, I had a Google chat going on on one computer. I was referencing some music files on another computer and of course my phone going off having to do some text messages there. And well, I think I actually left the iPad upstairs for a change. If I had a way to be able to have kind of like a circular monitor system, where I could always be surrounded by monitors, and that way I just go for monitored monitor. I could do multiple things on one computer, and besides, can one computer handle all that I needed to do? The answer is really no, because sometimes you can't do everything all at once, even though I try. First world problems I know, but I'll tell you what, every now and again, too many screens. And I've got friends who say, two screens is one too many.

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Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Too Many Screens (MM #3893)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I realized that sometimes I live in kind of a parallel universe to most people, because I'm on multiple screens almost all the time. In front of me right now, in my main computer set up two monitors, I've got my iPad and my iPhone and we'll always have a spare computer on the side just in case I need to pop it up and do something else with it. But every now and again, you run into having too many screens in front of you. Last night for me an example we were watching the ball state football game on the big screen. Plus, I had a Google chat going on on one computer. I was referencing some music files on another computer and of course my phone going off having to do some text messages there. And well, I think I actually left the iPad upstairs for a change. If I had a way to be able to have kind of like a circular monitor system, where I could always be surrounded by monitors, and that way I just go for monitored monitor. I could do multiple things on one computer, and besides, can one computer handle all that I needed to do? The answer is really no, because sometimes you can't do everything all at once, even though I try. First world problems I know, but I'll tell you what, every now and again, too many screens. And I've got friends who say, two screens is one too many.

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Alter Ego (MM #3888)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Alter Ego (MM #3888)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I was talking about avatars. If you've seen the new Fox TV show called alter ego, you get some sense of what avatars are. Now, in this case, it's not your normal business avatar where you walk into McDonald's and it takes your order. It's about somebody becoming somebody else. Somebody who sings in the background and thanks to technology can become something else on the screen. Alter ego is a good look into what AI based avatar technology is about to become. AI powered avatars are about to take over many tasks that most people don't want to do anymore. Most people don't want to handle how easy is it to find a banker, a real estate agent in the middle of the night, getting somebody to help you with just menial things. The menial service industry task that nobody wants to pay for, nobody wants to do if you can have a smartphone or a computer screen, or a jumbotron at a concert, you can see AI happening. Imagine Siri or Alexa or even Google Assistant with a face that can talk back to you and interact with you. It's coming, and alter ego the TV show on Fox is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Alter Ego (MM #3888)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Alter Ego (MM #3888)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I was talking about avatars. If you've seen the new Fox TV show called alter ego, you get some sense of what avatars are. Now, in this case, it's not your normal business avatar where you walk into McDonald's and it takes your order. It's about somebody becoming somebody else. Somebody who sings in the background and thanks to technology can become something else on the screen. Alter ego is a good look into what AI based avatar technology is about to become. AI powered avatars are about to take over many tasks that most people don't want to do anymore. Most people don't want to handle how easy is it to find a banker, a real estate agent in the middle of the night, getting somebody to help you with just menial things. The menial service industry task that nobody wants to pay for, nobody wants to do if you can have a smartphone or a computer screen, or a jumbotron at a concert, you can see AI happening. Imagine Siri or Alexa or even Google Assistant with a face that can talk back to you and interact with you. It's coming, and alter ego the TV show on Fox is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

"If you think what happened in loudon county was just an isolated incident, wait till I tell you what's happening in Scottsdale unified school district. So this guy, Jan Michael Greenberg had emailed one of the parents about some sort of back and forth calling a parent antisemitic over her comments she made about billionaire George Soros, like give me a break. But in the screenshot was a link to his private Google Drive account. Now that private Google Drive account then, the parent had the wisdom and the wherewithal to actually go see what does he have in the private Google Drive account. Well, in the private drive account, he had a dossier. Of parents private information, pictures of 8 and ten year old blogging and collecting information on parents and the stock still unified school district that might speak against his regime as governing board of the stock so unified school district. He said, we've identified in there were 47 people who he hired private investigators to check their backgrounds, their divorce decrees, he had social security numbers, property records, and mortgages of parents who have just come and spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district. In Arizona, I hope you're listening very closely. Your taxpayer dollars when you pay money, I pay Scottsdale taxes, by the way, hello, this includes me. When I pay Scottsdale, unified school district, money, I am paying for this creep to go spy on parents. Meanwhile, Scottsdale unified school district enrollment is going down, they're masking children against state law and what is he focused on, oh, he's creating dossiers. With different labels and different folders, one that was labeled anti mask lunatics, or press conference psychos, or parents showing signs that say CRT is racist, or S USD we demand transparency.

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NBC Loves the Olympics yet Ignores Reporting Real-World Issues

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 2 weeks ago

NBC Loves the Olympics yet Ignores Reporting Real-World Issues

"Joe Scarborough gets paid millions of dollars for relative handful of viewers In the network for which he works is owned by Comcast as his NBC This is a conglomerate NBC as I understand it mister producer do a Google and make sure I'm right about this If I'm wrong I'll correct It has exclusive rights to the television coverage Of the Olympics And pays an enormous amount of money for that Tell me if it were the 1930s would NBC be paying an enormous amount for exclusive rights to cover the Olympics in Berlin and Berlin in 1936 I think it would And I am correct Okay And with NBC be silent About the growing atrocities in Germany I think it would With Joe Scarborough be silent in all the great hosts on NBC and MSNBC Andrea Mitchell Would he be silent Maddow What other conga line reprobates are there I think they'd all be silent Just as their silent today

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"google" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"google" Discussed on This Week In Google

"The camera? The hole punch? Is that the camera? Yeah, that's a selfie camera. Yeah. Okay, now I'm done. They don't have a notch anymore. Well, you might not see at some point a color like it. I think it's a green dot. When you're mic or camera on, they put a little dot up there to let you know that they have that in Android. So that's a good feature. I really like that. I like that, yeah. Yeah, Apple does that. Yeah. Oh, so the cameras behind the screen in the class. I just don't pay attention to cameras 'cause I don't take selfies. But that's just me. Yeah. Selfies are overrated. They feel so much. I know that was like glad to help. And your grandma had to work her phone, but. Oh, I also do this on this show all the time. Ask for help. I do it more on Windows weekly. A port Paul thought. Paul, I don't understand. How does windows work? I don't get it. Apple's going to have to change the way this will be very interesting in the long. Remember epic, who does Fortnite sued both Apple and Google saying we want to be able to have our own payment options and not give you the 30% vig. That was the one piece of the case that Apple lost to epic. They want everything else. A judge today or actually, I guess it was yesterday ordered Apple to fix it by December 9th. Apple had said, please, your honor, give us a little more time. Apple says they'll appeal, which means this could go on for years. Their lawyers are still thumbing through all the notes. But I suspect that even with the appeal Apple might have to do something by December, judge Gonzalez, Rogers kind of slapped him around. They said, she said, apple's motion is based on a selective reading of this court's findings and ignores all the findings which supported the injunction. She was a little miffed, this will be the first time according to Apple attorney Mark Perry, Apple has ever allowed live links in an app for digital content. It's going to take months to figure out the engineering economic business and others. This is your honor. There have to be exceedingly complicated. There have to be guardrails and guidelines. Protect the children think of the children. I'm just going to add a semicolon at the end. It's not hard. It really it's not that hard. It's just a button. And you don't even and guess what, Apple, you don't even have to do it. The developers of the Apple do it. Apple, you just have to let them. How hard is that? Do you have to be written into guidelines that can be explained and enforced in a plan your honor? I'm Meg of you. And look forward to December 9th. Yeah. But remember, Google, by the way, Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple gave Google a little gift earlier this week. When asked, Apple has been on this campaign. They did it in Europe and cook was doing it too in an interview. I think with USA Today, they said, oh, if we allow third party apps, stores on the phone, it just gives the criminals access. Tim Cook said, look, you want a third party store. Buy an Android phone. Just buy an answer. In all the Android sales goes up. Well, it was a little gift. I don't think it has to be that black and white, mister cook. Criminals already know that, though. Quite frankly. That's what one more thing about the pixel phone. Please. No, no, I never stopped. I'll have double questions next week. Well, these aren't. These are questions. I just want to make a note that this phone is really freaking heavy. Yes, it is. Can I get to the previous models? Is it really noticeably? Yeah, it is like a battery. I could weigh it. Yeah, mine is okay. I haven't had yet. So I thought, oh, crap, this phone is really hot in the first couple of days. I don't know it was indexing or something. It hasn't been bad since. But the first couple of days it was hot. I haven't had that yet. And that also went hot means battery life's going to be because it's wasting energy. But I think the battery life is very good. It is. I've gone all day. Oh, it may also have been hot because I was in Mexico and it was doing a lot of seeking. One of the nice things about the picture. It has an E sim, so Google fi was on the east and which meant I could put a Verizon sim in here and have both really all the networks between Verizon and Google fi. So that was nice because data was spotty everywhere. I found a 5G.

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Please And Thank You (MM #3884)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Please And Thank You (MM #3884)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I was reading an interesting story the other day about people suggesting we say please and thank you when talking with our personal assistants. You know our Google Assistant are Amazon Alexa because it teaches good manners especially to children. I'll be honest with you, I'd never thought about it. It's a machine. I'm not talking to a human being. There's nothing to be courteous too. It's a machine. It doesn't know any better. I don't use please and thank you. Never even thought of using please and thank you. And it's very interesting to think about, do we need to start doing that? Especially when around kids because manners and courtesy are very important and obviously our world has a problem with that right now. About being courteous about respecting others, I guess Google and Amazon could have suggested we do that. They could have rewarded us for doing that, but they don't. I don't think they ever thought about it either. But it's an interesting thought process. It came out of England first and it's starting to spread across the world. Should we start saying please and thank you to our personal assistants, even though they're just machines, something definitely worth thinking about, because manners are sorely lacking these days

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Please And Thank You (MM #3884)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Please And Thank You (MM #3884)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I was reading an interesting story the other day about people suggesting we say please and thank you when talking with our personal assistants. You know our Google Assistant are Amazon Alexa because it teaches good manners especially to children. I'll be honest with you, I'd never thought about it. It's a machine. I'm not talking to a human being. There's nothing to be courteous too. It's a machine. It doesn't know any better. I don't use please and thank you. Never even thought of using please and thank you. And it's very interesting to think about, do we need to start doing that? Especially when around kids because manners and courtesy are very important and obviously our world has a problem with that right now. About being courteous about respecting others, I guess Google and Amazon could have suggested we do that. They could have rewarded us for doing that, but they don't. I don't think they ever thought about it either. But it's an interesting thought process. It came out of England first and it's starting to spread across the world. Should we start saying please and thank you to our personal assistants, even though they're just machines, something definitely worth thinking about, because manners are sorely lacking these days

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The GOP Is the Party of Parents

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:33 min | 3 weeks ago

The GOP Is the Party of Parents

"Question. Hey, Charlie, you just mentioned that the Republican Party should be the essentially become the parent party or the parents party. I want you to dive a little deeper into what that might look like from a policy perspective. What should a Republican parent party candidate run on? Well, first, let's start with the very obvious education. Recently, there has been an awakening when it comes to education in America. Parents are starting to wake up to the very same things that we have been warning about for 9 years that the education cartel in America is teaching young people to hate themselves. Hate their peers and hate their country. One of the great awakenings of this last year is how parents are starting to step up and challenge school boards, administrators, and curriculum, selection of what's happening in our schools. Here's one example, cut 100. When I say that America that Republican Party in the conservative movement needs to become the parents party it's to defend moms and dads like this one and cut 100, there's a Texas mom that erupts at the entire school board over a very graphic passage in a school book curriculum. This is going to be it's going to be so hard for some people to hear this. You're going to probably get mad at me for playing it. But this is what 6th graders are being exposed to. When you send them to public school. If you are a parent or grandparent listening right now? I'd say you're 9 year olds are probably being exposed to this if they're in public school. What is the parent party look like? It's removing this type of garbage from schools and representing moms like this one. Play cut 100. Take her out back, we boys figured then hand on the put it in her coin box, put it in her cornhole, grab a hold of that braid, rub that calico. You can find that on page 39 of the book called out of darkness, which you can find at Hudson Ben middle school and be cave middle school. All right, not gonna lie, I had to Google cornhole because I have the game in the back of my yard, but according to Wikipedia, cornhole is a sexual slang vulgarism for anus. I do not want my children to learn about anal sex and middle school. You are supposed to be educating our children. That's what the parent party looks like. People like

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'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

'Let's Go, Brandon' Goes Mainstream

"You type in let's go brand into Google news, it is everywhere. AP news. How let's go Brandon became code for insulting bought Joe Biden. The Washington Post, let's go brain and is Republican vulgar governing agenda. By Dana millbank. Oh yeah, but drag queen story are perfectly cool. All right, the fact that 6 year olds get exposed to dudes that are in dresses. 22 hours ago Trump campaign joins the let's go Brandon trend. The NPR national public radio. Here's what let's go Brandon actually means and how it made its way to Congress. Fox 8, let's go Brandon, here's where the viral meme comes from. Three days ago, how the anti Biden song let's go Brandon became a shadow smash. And I can continue. The left is perplexed that there would be a grassroots non centralized non CNN non AT&T, by the way, this is what's so amazing about this is Black Lives Matter is totally corporate. It was top down centralized, every corporation was behind it. This is totally let's just say not coordinated. There's no central command center for let's go Brandon. There's no multi-million dollars spending campaign. There's no pledges from PepsiCo or from Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, saying we're going to pledge $30 billion to get rid of let's go Brandon equity in our country. No, this is just kind of bottom up. Where the Black Lives Matter thing B 11 incorporated was totally manufactured. It was absolute top down, and yet let's go Brandon thing is happening why because people are feeling the reality of Joe Biden's

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If Americans Knew How Many Children Died From COVID, There Would Be a Vaccine Mandate Revolt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:38 min | Last month

If Americans Knew How Many Children Died From COVID, There Would Be a Vaccine Mandate Revolt

"Because if Americans knew how many children actually have died from COVID, there'd be a revolt over mandating vaccines for little kids. There'd be a complete revolt. You wanna know why? I looked this up. You can Google it. You can find it. How many kids have died of COVID? Don't you think that's a reasonable statistic to consider? Because after all, we live in a country with 73 million children. Lot of kids. 73 million kids. And tragically, as I discovered last night, from USA Today, so I don't think this is a publication that necessarily has a like minded ID of ideology to yours truly. About 50,000 children, tragically, sadly, under the age of 14, have died of all causes since the start of the pandemic. Okay? It's a sobering number. It reminds you of the fragility of life, it's tragic, it's heartbreaking, but it's apparently true. About 50,000 children under 14 have died of all causes since the start of the pandemic. Guess how many kids have died of COVID? According to USA Today, fewer than 7 hundred. In a country of 73 million children, fewer than 700 children have died of COVID-19 during the course of the pandemic according to the CDC. Every one of those deaths is tragic, every one of those losses of life is heartbreaking, but in terms of data, you're telling me that a virus that has taken the lives of literally a few hundred children in a country of 73 million in a country that saw the tragic loss of 50,000 lives of children under 14. You're going to tell me that we got a mandate of vaccine for a 5 year old?

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Twitter posts Q3 net loss due to lawsuit settlement

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Twitter posts Q3 net loss due to lawsuit settlement

"There are mixed results from quarterly earnings from Google and Twitter digital ad spending a Google drove its parent company alphabet's profits up sixty eight percent in the third quarter Google is the world's dominant search engine it owns the biggest mobile operating system and android and runs YouTube according to eMarketer Google holds twenty nine percent of the global four hundred fifty five billion dollar digital ad market Twitter posted a net loss mainly because of a lawsuit settlement but its revenue rose sharply in the third quarter boosted by solid ad sales worldwide Twitter says it has two hundred eleven million daily active users on average in the third quarter up thirteen percent from a year earlier I'm a Donahue

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The Disconnect Between Public Helth, and the Public

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:54 min | Last month

The Disconnect Between Public Helth, and the Public

"The New York Times today reports that the FDA advisory panels were afraid of issuing complicated advice because they would further confuse the public, indicating an underlying problem as to the public certainty about the efficacy of CDC and FDA guidance. They have somehow over a year and a half of this virus crushed CDC and FDA credibility. And I don't think I would have ever imagined that the CDC would lose America's trust, but it has. What do you do? I mean, it's just a given. I like Tony Fauci, I like Frances columns they've been guest on this show, I respect both them great sold men. But there is obviously a disconnect between public health and the public. How do you build the bridge again? What do you do? Well, one place to start would be where our conversation was a moment ago, which is the social networks. And it's not just Facebook. It's Facebook, Twitter, Google search algorithms. The way people jump on to Instagram TikTok. All of these are massive influencers of the public. And we don't want to get out and deeply regulate them, but we do want to establish guardrails about patent untruths that are flying around in those circuits. That's a pretty good place to start. Number two is we need our elected leaders to stand behind people of quality who are in apolitical roles. Mark milley, Anthony Fauci. And not allow them to become political football. So I think it's, as usual, it's leadership and the social networks inside. It's also technology that can help you. And these are difficult big conversations for the nation, but we have lost our way here in both the instances we've talked about. We need to get our way back to the center.

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Episode 32: Top Five LPs From 2001 ...John's #4

Planet LP

01:46 min | Last month

Episode 32: Top Five LPs From 2001 ...John's #4

"Years old. it's survivor from destiny's child and i will tell you why because i'm glad you asked. This album has some of the rock to that. Maybe you wouldn't expect me to be as a rock guitarist to be. You know jumping towards this particular album but the title track survivor. Which you've heard on the radio. A lot is a great fine crafted pop song with beyond say and and the team there providing that three part vocal delivery they do so well there was a it was a michael jackson tribute tv show. That came out in two thousand one when destiny's child was kind of a relatively new act and they did a live version of boot delicious. Which with real guitars at three guitar players and drummer and you know porn section. And they of course the beginning of that song has that stevie nicks edge of seventeen a guitar part that they lifted but they played it so raw. Live and i remember watching beyond say looking at michael jackson taunting in nevada to boot. Alicia vol bang right adam. And he's kind of taken aback. Oh beyond say it but it was. It was powerful. And all i can say is. I didn't have the album until i saw that particular cut of that special with destiny's child doing booty leashes and i thought this song pretty rock. It's it's a rock and song. Yes it's a dance song assets movement or whatever you want to say but there's a rock sensibility to it. That made me love the band and of course gone onto become a huge beyond say fan she just an amazing artist in totality. But this shows her some of her rock and best and if you followed her career at all you've seen like when she's done live shows vegas residencies whatever. She has a full band four guitars full. Everything and generally they're mostly female. She hires musicians to back her up on tour. So there's just too much not to like about this record survivor from destiny's child my number full

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Regulator to probe into tech giants' payment practices

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Regulator to probe into tech giants' payment practices

"Federal regulators are ordering apple Amazon PayPal and other tech giants to reveal how their proprietory payment networks function apple pay Google pay another systems now dominate E. commerce and person to person payments with systems that are often hard wired into smart devices banks have tried to compete to services like exile but they struggle to keep up lacking the integrated systems apple and Google operate the consumer financial protection bureau is seeking more transparency into the payment systems created by the big tech companies as well as details about consumer protections director Rohit Chopra says tech companies are quote eagerly expanding their empires to gain greater control and insight into our spending habits the CFPB has also raised potential antitrust concerns I'm Ben Thomas

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"google" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"google" Discussed on This Week In Google

"On thursdays just before my chauhan's on photography clot logs and Talk a lot about these types of devices and mr matt cassel nellie uses shortcuts with his ipad to handle a lot of this stuff. What is your command. My command center is usually. It's both google and madame egg. So i set up the routines in those hubs. And then that's how. I control most of these. They act as my hub. So you know. I've i've used home bridge. I've used open. Have i've used smart things homes right. That's what he saying. Yeah and that's what. Michael loves that ties all home bridge ties all your apple stuff to. You're not apple stuff that's not homekit supported and allows you to control all that and that's that's all really great. I just got so tired of spending so much time. Reconnecting things that fell off or tweaking bring in a new or i move a late bulb to someplace else. You've got to go spend all this time to recheck. Her it in. I'm just waiting for matter ways for that to be easier and less manual on me as the administrator or whatever this call was it light late twenty. Nineteen when this was announced. Twenty nine thousand nine. It became matter earlier this year. So those are the same project. Okay yeah and i struggled back there and try to understand it still struggling now okay. Hopefully you don't have to be what you have now. What would we matter comes out. I'm swapping out my door locks for matter. Client locks right. I'm hopeful that most of so my philips hue lights will be matter compliant. I'm super hopeful. Y'all that my lutron stuff is matter compliant especially because it's in the walls. I think my google hubs are next. Week is Amazon's madam a live event. So i'm hoping. We'll hear about madam madam. A and amazon matter yeah. I don't. it's awkward. i just don't want to say her name so rude So i'm hopeful. We'll see.

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03:14 min | 4 months ago

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"Twi- thanks you so much for their support of this week in google right back to you guys. Thank you leo. And thank you. Well what i'm glad. You realize that twitter tweet and tweet. People are wealthy and need help with their wealth. Because we're just so smart and successful. I'm delighted with that. So stacy i. I looked at stacy on iot on stacy's brain and right there was this beautiful post exactly what i wanted. I wanna hear everything about stacy's now newly connected home. And when i said i wanna see this. She's she again. She just acted like i was violated privacy because she forgot she wrote it wants. She's muted taking it. I did forget. I wrote it because i wrote it last week. That's just life life on the edge here. So so yeah i wrote about. It's been a year. I've been in this house for a year and i hadn't really set up by spot home in my prior home because it was rental and after a year here. I kind of like well really. It's a setup is it's going to be for now and i will they. Big caveat is. I am waiting for matter. The used to be project chips. I'm waiting for a lot of devices. So i'm on the. I'm not purchasing some things that need to happen but don't stop right there for a second. Tell us what are the kinds of things. You're waiting for a meager to hear about the sure. So i in my my austin home. Back when i was crazy. I had you know all of these all of this z. Wave gears some seek be. I was creating these crazy recipes like if this sensor detects motion but this sensor hasn't detected motion and this sensor says it's daylight during this light on rate they were. There was a lot and i would spend like an hour to two hours every week. Like keep it everything up to date. Plan with stuff and fultz in. I don't do that anymore. I gave up on all of that because you know once they once project hip was announced who this could be good. This could make all of that stuff. I do obsolete please and common. We're going to see so. So i listed all the devices that i have but i wanted to get that caveat out of the way for a long time. That's that's what i did in. That's why i think a lot of people followed me and ask questions about things that i can still have. You know smart things that i can test in to test. But i don't use it in my day to day. And i don't make my family use it which is not arrived ball yet and connected bala that will come connected. Valhalla has not arrived. I i have known that But what does it take us through what you have done today. You showed us one last week which we all loved the wall. She says he doesn't remember that either. Holiday only stacey. I'm the old guy. Here i got memory. I got no brainer. The look on her face. I have the excuse. You have no excuse. this is your own home. this is your own life the us. If i go like this i was like oh hello did. Leaves simpson's audio. I said you showed us last week. There was a complete blank. Look as.

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Is that where you get the votes to the airport, right? No. But used to be able to get a boat to Rochester. But nobody wanted to go there. Okay. So sidewalk labs, which is Google thing and Toronto waterfront Toronto announced a plan to take this area and redevelop it, but make it a smart city. Which did, of course, stimulate some protests, because the smart city men, it would gather data about you about traffic about where people. What generated the protests, wasn't that? It was the basically the there's a separate Development Corporation. That was formed to work with Google or work with sidewalk labs on this, so sidewalk labs. And alphabet company, just like a Google is, and they basically came up with a plan, and they had no actual input from any of the citizenry can live there. And so the protests, I think we're actually very legit in the sense that wait. Why are you? What is happening here? We live here, and you're doing this deal with Google, and you're treating it like a real estate deal, but it's really gonna put a lot of sensors in. Wait a minute. Nobody lives there. Right. Well, nobody lives there yet. Well, and if you don't wanna live there, there's a place down the road, you could live. But there's also there's going to be businesses located there. I mean, well, maybe a by choice. But the principle is still the so the principal who controls the data. Is it does Google get access to that data does the province can access to that data does the federal? Companies get access to that data and it's not clear. So all the benefits are clear all everything would run perfectly. And you know, you'd have hot and cold running everything, and automated cars, and if you don't like it. Don't live there. Right. But then the data on your usage, which Google says it would use to make things better who controls it who owns it who gets to. Well, if a to others or given the choice between the province and Kuku, I think I do. Yes. Look what the CB p the customer protection right Right now. now Ford. He's a nutjob. So that's fair. But I don't trust the provinces for his I can throw it Google at least has to chemic- critic process in. You can change the rules associated with it, and Google isn't a democratic process and remember what we talked about with ambient privacy, and it's easy to say, don't go there, but it's hard to say that, if the government office is based there. Or maybe, you're they put a school there or the key, your kids daycare is there. I mean one who said you should judge the outcome by who profits what the what the business motive is. And I said that you should judge it based on the outcome and how it affects those it how it affects people. And because you understand people who don't have power. Oh, okay. I maybe it wasn't you who said it, but, but somebody said that the best way to judge whether your data was safe for the company is what the company's profit, you know, that's what I said about. Amazon understand its profit. What does your son's not collecting? My data outside Amazon's collecting mine data when I interact with it. This is a, a different level of interaction. This is walking down a city street or whether it's a mean even if you're not in key side, some as collecting near the province's collecting your data all the time, they've got cameras everywhere. They're collecting data all the time. They have they usually have rules associated with how that data gets seeing. But my point being that a they may have rules which change all the time, depending on who gets elected and whose corrupt and be they don't have any security policy. Look what happened the customs and border protection, hackers stole license, plate images travelers ID's, and now is more survey stalled that, though, from a third party, a third party that had the date.

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02:35 min | 2 years ago

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"No more to say. But that's just good news. I wish it would work in safari because that's mostly the problem is that on the apple I don't use chrome. So the one of one thing that I think is worth talking about is the U UT, there's a consensus that YouTube radicalize people. So if you are interested in let's say for when we end the change, log scale in the change phone. Gotcha. But save it right after one. There's only one more thing in the change, log Google duplex. Which is that weird voice that calls restaurants. Reservations is now available or going to be available on non pixel phones, and I o s devices they're slowly rolling out. So don't expect it right away. But it will be in it. Also, it only works in certain areas, although pantley now it's up to forty three states. Well, the same technology is used for the call screening on the pixel three I love that call screening is. Yes. Yes. So if you. See a call coming in from a robocaller, which is ninety percent of my introvert who doesn't like the talk to you just press the button and says screen it and you don't have to answer. And then you can you can interact in say, we'll tell you can ask you can tell the assistance to ask the person to tell me more duplex comes in because you're giving them additional stuff that they don't already know you can kind of guide the cover. That's cool and listen to it. There's another tip that if you hit the what is it you hit the volume button. You can listen to the whole conversation both sides of it. If you want to. Yeah. You can read it. But you can also listen doesn't the person that you're feeding Google questions to ask say, okay? But who was Mike Spessart friend in fourth grade. I I've gotten calls from a lot of people who clearly never heard of Google duplex. Hi tech. You have a fancy assistant. The other great thing about it is send you a transcript. So somebody contacted me had this whole conversation. They won't have conversation. They gave me the Email. And then I forgot it. And then we went into the app and retrieve the Email from the transcript, which is really nice. So one thing it won't tell you though is this has been a sponsored ad. This is trouble for Google. It's an illegal thing. But apparently, this is the to a story in Reuters. Some of the search results you get from your Google assistant are paid results, which assistant does not tell you the FTC requires either a disclaimer saying it's a sponsored announcement or an ad or something like that..

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"John legend here. I let my voice Google assistant because you. Hey, google. Tell me a joke. John legend is apparently very quiet. He doesn't know any jokes singer. Oh, you know, what happened? I turn data off. So long. No wife. Studio come on down the little balls bouncing. Give me Gilbert guy. Wouldn't that be funny? Batteries. That would be for that. Let me tell you about batteries and a cat. I I did have tom-tom used to do celebrity voices. GPS? Remember that Elvis? Yeah. Oh, you don't want to go where turn? I had a who was it was. Oh, so funny. Well, first of all glad from portal. Right. But she would lie to you. Really? Yeah. She would say turn left when you're supposed to turn right which sounded very dangerous GPS saying turn left. There's so that was a bad one. Right. And and then I had who's the guy in easy rider Saudi Sam. No that would be funny. No, the guy in easy right of the not not Jack Nicholson the other guy not Peter Fonda. Peter Fonda the other guy. His name, isn't that funny? Anyway. He had to stone her voice. Dennis hopper. Why would anybody ever want to here? Yeah. Him him that guy? Yeah. That's a long way to go. Okay. It gets it gets bad. After awhile. You change..

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03:28 min | 3 years ago

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"Provided by dine time as part of reserve by Google, I didn't know reserve was Google app. I didn't know any of that. I use reserve because not everybody is open table. Reserve with Google which launched twenty sixteen allows users to book and pay for reservations without leave. Oh, this is not the reserve app or maybe it is. But this is built into Google search. So you can make a I didn't know this be can make a reservation in Google search. And now you can put yourself on a wait list. If as is apparently the case the Red Lobster in your neighborhood his booked. Even though you can make reservations at Red Lobster. So that's just shows you what I know. This is the time square rigged lobster. So now, you can add your name to the list. Are you excited? Not met. Now that not not me. Yeah. You can best buy is now selling Google fiber data. I mean phone SIMS not data SIMS phone SIMS for ten bucks. But you get ten bucks credit on Google fi. So if you need a sim card for your Google fi, I wonder what the what the other carriers thinking about because they've got they've got major investments indus- by absolutely Bryson AT and T and so on the whole mcgilla and now like I'll take that phone and that car, thank you very much. Bye. Ooh. That would be bad. I guess that's idea. Right. Yep. I'm happy about it. Yeah. I'm madge. And they're not. But I am there's a new encryption of sorry encryption. There's a new API for automating Google docs. This sounds really cool things like invoicing these you do over and over and over again. Yeah. It's just an action. Well, you'd want you'd want somebody to write it unless you're a developer, but they can use developers can use the API to create tools that automatically do anything almost anything. You would do with the document colluding, reading and editing. Existing docks creating entirely new ones lists tables images all accessible, this is something apple is really well with their automated and apple script in apps on MAC OS. But I, but if you're going to I think if this is a great thing to have in. Back in the day. I used to do mail merge, right? Right. It is a restful API. If that makes you happy, and that's that story, and that I believe. New. Trying to screw with karston here. Stacey that wasn't nice. All right karston. I just got a text from Kevin who psych OMG. How can there be nothing on the change? Log about chrome OS, seventy two. He is gone on and on his on his website, his lovely website, which is called crap out chrome out without Gromov dot com. But he told me features one of which Jeff you're going to super appreciate. So the first one that nobody I am like, it's cool. He has picture in picture now for twig on the pixel slate. So that's cool. And then he is also excited because you can download old on. I gotta do this ranch road, movies and music to an S card. There you go. Oh, you're big complaint. Jeff in now at a soft, and you can put it on a USB stick for you with your pixel, sleet, and that's good because most Chromebooks don't have much storage..

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Unfortunately, these protections haven't extended to the apps you sign into Google with. Oh, I get it. So if you're using Google is your single sign in cross a protection will help address that when absence sites have implemented at we're able to send information about security events, like an account hijacking to them, so they can protect you too. So as they give an example, if you've used adobe to the Google cat sign into your adobe account. They will be protected, and if there's an issue with your password on those accounts, though, that's really interesting because I I typically don't use Google to sign into things because I don't want it to get data between different services kind of like the Facebook sign or Google Senate. So this is actually an impetus to get me to actually use that. Yep. I don't know. Making audio more accessible with two new APs. This is by the year twenty fifty five according WHO, they'll be nine hundred million people with hearing loss. So you probably saw this Google is announce something called live transcribe. You'll need a Google phone. And I think they're rolling it out slowly with the idea is with the app, you can just put the phone in front of you. And it will in real time transcribe what it's hearing link under Google. Yeah. Is testing that. With twist and Bieber and it's phenomenal. Oh, I got to see this. Good video sorry for you. Folks. Who are often I keep my own head can't keep up with the speed of the words and Google is doing it. It's pretty amazing. Okay. Here we go..

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03:48 min | 3 years ago

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"Did you guys read the article, Kashmiri hill guess? Well, yeah. Her series is great. It's basically cutting out the big five from from her life one week at a time every week she chooses a new technology company to radically from life and see how life is lived without it this week that she wrote about was Google, of course. Right. And it's interesting read, if you wanna kind of get a sense of just how embedded we already know Google is super embedded into pretty much everything on the internet. But it's just a really fascinating read because she and I think her producer created a VPN that blocked what was the number eight million six hundred ninety nine thousand six hundred forty eight IP addresses that are all controlled by Google. So basically at the at its base blocked those IP addresses. So that any services be cloud? Be it no maps all of it just won't work to to to try and live life on the internet without any. He sort of you know, touching of Google services. Basically impossible is impart. My favorite part was that. There was something. I forget what it was. But she couldn't do it because the company presumed there, she didn't have Google address. She was a bar or a spam. Right. The true. Is humanity. That's what it is to be human is to have a Google account. But but I to me the takeaway from that whole exercise was how incredibly valuable Google is. I mean, you know, she's like, oh how terrible that they track so much. It's so hard to to to be untracked and all that kind of stuff. And then once you do it is like you can barely function. Why is that because we've all gotten used to the power all these Google services, and so on and there were reasons these things exist, they're not just a truck you and surveillance and all that is to make the things function. Yeah. Because Google knows you mass media knows you as a mass Google knows you as an individual human being will is more respectful of your humanity. The mass media the complains about Google is. And that's not to say that that applies universally across all the company she's trying to re remove herself from Amazon, for example, if you're patient and can wait longer than overnight for shipping. You can just buy stuff all over the place. It's. Harder. You're constantly entering credit card there solutions for that. If you have, you know, use your chrome extensions stuff like that. But but basically Amazon is is extremely replaceable. But Google isn't. I think Facebook is somewhat is somewhere in the middle. It's kind of replaceable. She she said she missed Facebook. Yes, she missed Facebook and Facebook just makes it super easy to stay in touch with people, but you can still stay in touch because I'm I'm on this big project to quit Facebook, and I'm dragging it out. So I'm doing it in July. But until then almost every day, I'm dissing Facebook on Facebook. And I'm trying to get everybody to sign up for my shared folder on Google photos as my replacement for Facebook. Okay. And it's going gonna take months to do that. And I'll probably get like a probably get. I'm hoping for half to three quarters of the people on Facebook to actually follow my folder, and they can instead of finding your photos in your updates on Facebook. They'll just be subscribed to your does. That's right. And of course, you throw. So in everyone's Google photos user already house part and and Google and you don't have to Google photo user have Google account. Even Kashmir Kashmir hill can see my photos because because because you don't have log in just as long as you have the link you can see it, which means that Google photos has three times the number of people as Facebook. Right..

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02:48 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm realizing we can't jump to g mail. That's part of the change log. Okay. I mean, I guess we could we could we could break it out of the chain. Log have you guys seen the the new? No, it's not going to be as good as in box. That's the problem getting darker. So I feel like everybody who's an imbalance user is in a couple of camps as far as strategy moving forward. Yes. You've either decided that Google is already made the the decision. It's time to cut the ties and get used to g mail now. Which is what I for some reason decided to that to or hanging on until the very last day doing plus. Yeah. They're killing. No matter who you are. They're killing something. Dear to you're kidding. Why? Why don't you do this to us Google because it took away took so much get used to it? It took so much to kind of see the wisdom of it. Yeah. I remember when I did it's like, it's like you have many joined the cult, and then you close the cult clubhouse actually closed the door. It seems clear that Google doesn't fully appreciate the value of super passionate users because they create these new things the people who embrace new things and quickly Massar them the early adopters. These are the most passionate users. These are these are the Google fan, boys. These are the, you know, diehard people who make it all work, and they keep coming out with something really cool getting people invested in it, and then killing it, and they just they just, you know, the really passionate users just feel like they get hammered and hammered and hammered every time they close something starting Google reader all the way through all the rest of it. And it's just they need to they need to. Stop doing that. What do you miss most about inbox? Now that you guys have switched over to the dark mood side. Well, we miss about him box. The what? Yeah, this is used as you've already started being the transition back to g mail. Yeah. What are you is? I haven't yet. Yeah. What was the hardest part of the transition. What what are you missing about inbox? Probably the the what do they call them reminders that are integrated into the thing where you can have the the little finger with a string on it. I con. Yeah. Yeah. I think they were reminders man, I did not use that as much I use it a lot on either. And now, I'm I, you know, I'm back on g mail and now I'm just sending Email to myself and right using the snooze button. Because I I wanted I used a use Email I use g mail as my universal everything tool. And so instead of a to do list just have essentially, it's a procrastination list. It's like, oh, I can get away with not doing this until March. You know, just as leave myself, I. Future. And it doesn't come back. And so that's what I do. So in inbox was designed for that g mail is not designed for it. I'm just sending Email myself. And it's a it's it's I feel like a savage whereas with inbox. It was like built into it. Which those those items would show up in Google keep they would up calendar..

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02:37 min | 3 years ago

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"But. But that's just not that's not the way to go. They're going to do the real thing. And they're going to have you know, they super radar and all that kind of stuff, and I think Google is actually innovating lot like projects. Slowly, I don't know if we've talked about the way they're doing a lot of innovation on on micro radar. And I think that would be a good application already. I mean, I took if you go to my Twitter account, you'll see the picture that I took in the studio before the show that was done with the Google FIS. You know, you smile, and it takes the picture. So you're going to studio thing, and you basically say, okay, don't take a picture until somebody smiles. And then you smile, and it takes a picture. It's so fast. And I did it from pretty far away. It's amazing. What is doing to tear this? Yeah. You set it up stood in private made. Sure, you were frowning instant pitcher, and it works it works flawlessly. Every time as far as I can tell that's think about how subtle that is to down to be recognizing the facial expression of somebody in a photo. So they have a lot of it says is there's the there's the dork moment. Yes. Were you have the smile, you only have for cameras, right? People taking selfies right there was they turn from sour face on board being here. Yeah. And then back there's there's of dork moment, right? We're one of the means. We had was that you you. What I'm going to just confused you convince people that you were taking a still photo. And then you actually videoed getting look like a dork for comic effect, right? So you get you get into you get into picture Dort boned. Right and Google. This is the power of Google. They know what you're being adore. Yes. Because that's their people and totally. But but there's there's another side to Jeff, which is that this thing you can leave it on. And it'll keep taking pictures every time somebody smiles so what you can do you can prop it up. And then just forget about it. And then when people smile genuinely get does that people smiling genuinely, and that's something I think I haven't heard a lot of people doing. But that's I think a way to a way to get around the door face problem. So. Yeah. But anyway, it's amazing. They have the technology to do this. And glad to see it. Actually, I really liked the dork face problems. They dork face problem. It's it's a it's a start. You know, we we can come up with something maybe better. But I I like that as a start. It's it's a problem that Google really needs to tackle the face problem. I if you hadn't heard as far as Andrew Q is concerned a lot of focus on permissions and permissions have been a thing already..

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04:08 min | 3 years ago

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"Law. Here's a good one Google has made a quiz. Call jigsaw. Actually, this from jigsaw object is they're they're wonderful. Do lots of good things division that as hopes to teach you whether you being fished you want to take the quiz. Let's take your quiz. Okay. Snaky you can take. Oh, wait a minute. Once my Email. Okay. Am I being fish? Am. I getting am. I being fished. Creatine name and Email. Oh, they don't have to be real. Okay. Stacy. Jarvis. Report. I don't think so Stacy's going to object to you there from. My Email should be you don't know. How to spell out? I spell Higginbotham with two TS and the emails should be male at fan, finish dot IO. Okay. Now, we're going to get started. Okay. Okay. Here we go. Let's start with Google. Doc, Email be sure to click checkout links by hovering OC. This is teaching you here. Luke Johnson shared a link to this twenty nineteen department budget. Hey there, here's the docu. Ask for let me know if you. Yeah. Let's just open docs, right? Wrong. What's wrong? I don't know. Nothing's happening. I clicked it. Oh, I guess it's not live. It doesn't. You can't actually open shoot. I was hoping it would like steal my Google account. And everything are Are you? you sure do you pick fishing or legitimate? Well, that's we don't know. I don't know Luke women's this quiz. No. You have to decide is this a quiz where you pick. Luke, j Sanni thousand I don't trust him show me the answer massing over this link which didn't do anything by the way, because I'm using chrome which show you that it goes to secure imitation domain. Dr. Dash dash Google. Okay. I see I'm not getting aren't supposed to get a little pop up here. If you click on it to set how what? Tonight. Okay. But e fax is wrong. So just skip you've received effects. We know you're excited to get the domain. It's coming from. Oh, yes. Fake C K S dot com. You're smart. That's fishing. Yes. As well spotted as you saw its effects and the link actually points to mail, are you three? Anytime you see are you in there? Now it works. No. Through it. Yeah. Hey, do you. Remember this photo from TK eight six seven five three zero now. No. Shame. Shame. Shame. Major danger is one maybe I'm Ed. Yes. No, I'm not I'm in crow, just like fishing. It's points to side tests dot net, not Google Drive. Okay. Right. By the way, all downloadable files. Should point to Google Drive. Apparently. Oh, it looks like you're out of storage. I wonder whether the cost to upgrade. Anyway, you get the idea. So that's. I have. Yeah. So I get this thing. It's it's too so sign in attempt prevented. Hi, Jeff, someone just tried to sign into your Google account. Yes. Jeff. And then it's it's not at its the percentage sign, and then my domain at G temp account dot com. Wow. From an app that doesn't appear to be modern security standards. Wow. Time place we strongly recommend that uses secure app..

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04:21 min | 3 years ago

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"I think it's really hard. So I was actually talking to a company just before I did this this show about hell, they could improve their security how they could improve communications around their data collection and security practices in you know, the solution. I came up with is actually doing some sort of interactive quiz and incenting people to take it to get what is actually informed consent rate in. I think it's just so overwhelming to contemplate these things. We don't have a language for plain language for the up for a lot of these issues rate, and every companies worried or many companies are worried about the risk of scaring people if they actually explain kind of some of the risks things because people will read the worst into it. So there is like a business fear here. There's a it's really hard to get informed. Consent over something as complicated as house someone like Google might use your data from different services, and then three readers. Our users aren't actually going to click through it. So I think that's why that's a real issue that we we just have to solve and no-one. Sure. How is my opinion that Google doesn't care if they have to put it up everywhere because they think most people don't they go. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And go on with they're not gonna do anything about it that there's no harm. And I bet you they have data to show other services. You might say it's not worth leave Google. You're not gonna leave. Right. And and Google knows. They're going to do fine. No matter what you know, you could it's like it's like cigarettes. You could put all the warnings on the cigarette pack, you want you're still going to sell them. And I think this is a political act why? So I put up in the in the chat there were other fines there were four other of examples in the chat. No, he can't find the link here. Okay. Good. Put in Portuguese hospital was fined four hundred thousand euro after the. Staff used bogus accounts to access patient reheard suburban social media chat services, twenty thousand euro for storing social media passwords in plain text. Austria was find forty-eight hundred for having a security camera that was filming public space, which I think is all over Europe. But be that has may. But the problem is we didn't know any of that that didn't make any big splash. It's a political act now the whole world is budget EP are being canals business because they won't have to Google Google or Facebook Twitter. Oh, it's put out a lack. Okay. It's not just a political act, Google and Facebook have the most most to lose in some ways. I mean there what people care about so in that sense. Yes. But there are also some of the biggest vacuum cleaners out there sucking up our data and using it. And so if you can get Google and Facebook to comply with GDP are there's going to be a couple of affects one people will feel more secure overall to Google and Facebook could develop are open source technology that makes it easier for other companies to adopt. You know to be compliant with GDP. Are they have all the smart people in the room some Portuguese hospital? No, well, they say this is really telling if you look at what? Fines have been they've been for things. We would all agree are really agree. Gis breaches of trust. The staff is bogus accounts to access patient records the social media passer stored in plain text a security camera filming public space. These are. That one that one that last month? Okay. You're right. It's a public space. But anyway, you could say, okay, that's his good. These are this is stuff privacy regulations should definitely address. But you you could say with Google thing that that was that's like well Google. You're just not open enough. It's not like, I'll tell you. You wanna find? Here's a fine. This just came out, and this is incredibly infuriating this this morning. We learned that a database with more than twenty four million financial and banking documents from some of the biggest banks in the US. Was online in the clear with no log in no password..

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"It isn't though because it all comes in a package called a newspaper not anymore doesn't what you on online. Good. Site. Yeah. You go to the same site in Google doesn't. I mean, you know, maps is owned by Google, and you know, Android, maybe not. But all other Google properties. You are aware that they're owned by chemical Google changed. This. Remember, we made a big we talked a lot about it. A couple of years ago when Google unified their privacy policy across the board for all of its services. Youtube was the big one that hadn't for a long time that really runs separately. They incorporated all of it together. And obviously from you from Google point of view, it makes sense to aggregate a bunch a lot of this happens a lot in media where you'll aggregate a bunch of different kinds of platforms or media or into one thing because it's easier to sell that big thing and then spread it out. Now who is max shrimps because this Camille, Austrian who has been the thorn in the side of all the platforms, especially Facebook. But also Google where he's done projects. A stunts where he shows how much the platform was follow him or he he. Showed how his phone followed him everywhere. And so he he's a provocateur, and he ends up then filing suits on behalf of all Europe against the various platforms. So he says in this article by ours following the introduction of GDP. Are we have found that large corporations such a school were simply interprets it ought differently and have only superficially adopted their products? It's important. The thought is make it clear that simply claiming to be compliant is not enough. He runs an organization called a y b dot.

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02:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Disney. Excellent technology, actually, I mean fast passes mazing feared is a fast pass or their little ID card things carnival actually just put that on there cruises about a year and a half ago. And that's I don't know if anyone in the chat room is or anyone listening is taken a Carnival Cruise. But that is actually something I want to investigate further just take a cruise don't worry about it. Get your drinks we were on anthem to sees a couple years ago. They had a lot of this. It was a brand new boat and had a lot of this you download an app for the ship. It tells you what you're doing and you use it to get into stuff. And yeah, this one has a wrist bracelet. And when you walk by things at personalizes screens for you it also lets you you know, you can tap a button or something on it. And it will call a server to Hugh, and that's how you can order drinks and that sort of envy too because there's five thousand people on that. If you if you don't wear the wristband, nobody's going to talk to you. All right. She has sometimes I'm thinking, I'm I'm turning into a lead. I Jeff I'm. Yes. Yes. You have. Yes. So one of the battles was that battle the numbers because right before CAS Amazon announced that they had one hundred million echo devices. And then Google just kind of said, well, we got a billion, and of course, because of all the Android phones. They're always going to be a head in that regard. But the cool experience is not great my protest for everyone trying to deal with Google it. Maybe it's just me. I'm like, I turned off the voice match, voice recognition. I've I've turned really. Yeah. That was not working for you know, one. It's still I saw them. Yeah. I because I love love it in the bathroom. Love it. Oh, we should talk about bathroom tick. Yeah. So I was I was trying to call my husband while I was putting on my makeup for the show this multitasking. And it was just like I cannot have access to your context until you've elevate your voice, I'm like. What's I thought was maybe even a bigger story. Yes was finally some of the barriers coming down Google apps or coming to big spe- Samsung made deals with apple as well. At Apple's going to have I tunes in Samsung TV's as well as Sony and other TV's, so some of the Google assistant will be coming to Samsung TV's. Some of the you know, the walls are breaking down. Which is interesting..

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05:07 min | 3 years ago

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"They bought an experts community and answer engine called super pod. The speculation. According to search engine land is it's an acquirer. They just want the found imagine Google assistant. Although somebody was saying when is Google going to buy or maybe Microsoft, actually, it'd be better by Microsoft to buy a stack exchange, which is I mean, Microsoft's snapping up. Hub. They're kind of trying to me the open a platform, you know, corporate advocate stack exchange would be a very good way to reach out to developers. I wonder if that's on their on their shopping list. I don't care about system wide dark mode and Android. Queued hate shock motive. I turn it off immediately. Good. So I won't do the story then so strong feelings about. So there were. So all right. Here's one. Yes. I know what you wanna do. But oh, really. Okay. Yeah. Actually interest is at the vibe. Yeah. So CVS gave an award to a AI powered smart vibrator, and then withdrew the award saying, it was immoral obscene indecent or profane under its rules, which is sexist is hells now they're getting proper help because they're getting female orgasm. Well, wait a minute. I mean is there a male oriented machine that they did give the award to? There. No. Go back for women and some they're being was yes, you were CBS in the old days in see the old as you went to one whole hall. What was it? It was nothing and they moved that. Now. Well, but see is roots are masturbation come on. That is not a show, titled no matter what you say chat room. If we. You could you could good. Think properly sated see. Yes, realized that having because what it was, you know, it was the rise of the VHS and recorders all of a sudden a lot of the video tape being sold were adult. So they at first they were getting all these people booth with adult video tapes, they put them off in a showman. Eventually not not much longer after that. They said get outta here. Go do your own thing. And then for a while it was it was held at the same time as ES but not related to see. Yes. And I was at the v n adult video network expo or something. And now, it's I think even a different time. I think you could say they pushed them out. So that's this is more of the same. They they don't want see ES to become. Adult expo. This was this was this was done in partnership with university of university of Oregon. Oh, so here's an interesting. An update as yesterday at three pm spokesperson for CAS told motherboard the product is not fit into any of our existing product categories and should not have been accepted for the innovation awards program. TA has communicated his position to Laurie Carlo. We have apologized to the company for mistake. So now, they're saying it's not immoral just doesn't fit. Meanwhile, see has a talking toilet. Yeah. I was just going to mention that sunny seven thousand dollar Alexa, powered toilet Leo soaps that, but yeah, a smart toilet for your goddamn your features. The guy didn't what could possibly do Matthew. What could it? So the lights lights can sync up to your playlist if you use Alexa. So you dance on the toilets. So there's that. I swear we saw this last year. But this was a different companies that y I mean, let's rear every year. They finally photo to work. Oh, oh, tell it was okay. But a little creepy, but you get used to it pretty soon, you crave. It. What did you get to work TOTO to work Japanese, but washing toilet? Okay now. I don't wanna live without it. You have an oh, yeah. Get a sponsor, Jeff you can get an. Not only do I've got one in every bathroom on my house and. Ice can see I can see getting waste them because we love them so much. Yes. Existing toilet. Yes. You can. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because there's one that my my aunt swears by well. It's a total. Sure, not the same idea of Google restrooms. I've been in Google restrooms. Whether as Toto's very civilized it use it is. I've always found fascinating. And maybe this is a rabbit hole..

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04:36 min | 3 years ago

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"That was funny to do that we're supposed to have transit here. But did it. And in fact, your phone does it right now used it where if you put it Google late, and you hold it like this you can speak into it. And then that will translate and they can speak back into it will translate back to you. And it works better than that. I'll be honest. That was a noisy casino. Ear buds work. No. I never ear buds were every. Yeah. The reason that your buds were a bad idea is because only you heard the translate right, right? And so it wasn't clear. It's much better. I think doing it with the phone or this assistant on the on us, Google home hub or something we'll be better because they can hear the translations another. You're hearing something and you speak to it. And so there's it's just a more natural flow. It's it's it's real time. Translation, I was just watching. I think it was the blacklist, and they had I don't know if Google translate, but they had a Chinese character say things. Into their phone and then read them out in English. Yeah. You could do that right now. In fact, being translates, very good father Robert told me, you know, he's he's the digital Jesuit. Robert bills air has been on a host of our shows like running running the Vatican now, and well, I don't know running. He might not like that characterization. He's probably the tech guy there. Yeah. No. I know you help these. He's in charge digital. So he runs it. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he set up he set up the Skype for the pope a couple years ago. So and I think he's doing social media stuff. Anyway, he goes to these curium meetings, which are, you know, the pope and cardinals apparently the Curio when it meets doesn't speak in Latin speaks in talian and of his talion, not great. So he put Google being on the table. He's following somewhat. But being telling him what they're saying. He says it works very well last time I heard from him though, he said I'm being sent somewhere to learn talion who and then we never heard from him again. No, actually, he's. Yes. And we'll be in studio with me on Sunday for this. Yeah. He's having a good time at CSI bet. Fuchsia we talk about fuchsia. It's still in the change log. Yeah. I guess this. Well, should I stick with stuff? Maybe that's going to be knows a matter. Who knows? Here's the problem is I Carson his his hand has been tougher. For quite a while. Well, I'm going through the verges article on all the things Google announced. Let's see this is interpreter mode. Let me get all of these wind up here, everything Google assistance ES remember last year was also very much Google slash echo. CAS? So it feels like that's the most obvious market opportunity. There's minor better auto reply in punctuation when you reply school. Yeah. Your voice. Yeah. So they don't understand that you imply to comma as you speak assistant will be Google maps. And that's why says they say in the that's a Trojan horse because that gets assistant everywhere. Interesting. Isn't it even on iphone? Well, you can download Google assistant for the iphone. If you download the odds that you do oppose starting to get used to it pretty slim though, I find that maps voices never worked very well. For me. Maybe it'll get better with a fish assistant. Yeah. So this is. We were talking about this on windows with the I Paul throat. Thanks. I agree assistance. The winter pretty clearly Amazon's echo a close second. And then all the rest are also rans in his because when those weekly, but Cortana is not even in the in the in the hunt at this point. Today to right. Yeah. The apple, you know, privacy turns out not to be a good thing for voices system, Android messages, automatic. Spam protection has started rolling out. Now, you should be aware as as John Porter points out on the verge that that means it's collecting phone numbers. Automatic. Spam protection is out by default. So you have to turn. Oh, you can you can turn it off from within the advanced settings menu. No timeframe for the hit it again. It's that's confusing opt out by default. Sounds like. On. So I'm not sure if he wrote that confusingly are were just reading it in our heads. But that's a good thing..

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