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Apps and websites using AI to digitally undress women are soaring in popularity

December 13, 2023 -

According to the report by Graphika, an alarming 24 million people have been visiting undressing websites and using the so-called "nudify" apps. The study found that these apps operate on a "freemium model," offering basic services for free while requiring payment for enhanced features. Prices for additional "credits" or "tokens" range from $1.99 to $299. (Related: Ads for AI GIRLFRIENDS flooding social media platforms.)

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Digital spy: Study reveals phone apps could be hiding spyware that can leak personal data

July 13, 2023 -

The study, which was conducted by computer scientists from New York University and the University of California San Diego, focused on the hidden dangers of spyware apps.

These apps can be difficult to detect, and they can also leak your sensitive information without your knowledge. The researchers warned that smartphone users must be aware of this issue and take steps to protect themselves and their privacy.They see you: The dangers of spyware apps

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Apps for organs: Experts are exploring ways to leverage the body’s electrical system to help it heal

February 05, 2019 -

“Our bodies are a lot like rooms in a house. In order to see when you enter a darkened room, you need electricity to turn on the lights. Our body is like that room and has an electrical network that can be used to manipulate and help control how it works,” Luis Ulloa, an immunologist at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, explains.

The study builds on Ulloa and his colleagues' previous study in 2014 in which they found that transmitting short electrical pulses into mice with ...

Beta-testing, crypto-romance and more: FBI warns internet users about app-hacking techniques

August 25, 2023 -

Beta-testing apps are services that allow app developers to test mobile apps before they are officially released. However, beta-testing apps are usually not subjected to the review processes of a mobile operating system.

In a public service announcement released this August, the FBI warned that cybercriminals are "embedding malicious code in mobile beta-testing applications" to defraud their potential victims.

The agency also warned that ...

Dating website/app profiles mostly fake “catfish” that steal your private info while pushing politics, climate change, money scams, vaccines, and gender fluidity

July 30, 2023 - apps/websites are not really single people at all, just photos of models (male, female, and trannies) to lure or "bait" people into communications, and then the scammers go to work on your personal and private information. This means first acquiring your telephone number and having you download spy apps, like WhatsApp.

Every day, over 1 billion people communicate using WhatsApp, sharing intimate details about their personal life and even business strategies ...

Say goodbye to your privacy: Use of digital IDs in American states is spreading rapidly

July 27, 2023 -

At least eight states already have state-sponsored apps where people can store their digital IDs. These include the Mobile ID app in Arizona, Delaware, Mississippi and Oklahoma and the myColorado app, which provides proof of identification, age and address anywhere in Colorado.

In Louisiana, the LA Wallet serves as the state-sponsored app for storing digital driver's licenses and is considered legal for driving purposes and accepted by state law enforcement in ...

Manhattan DA warns of MOBILE PAYMENT FRAUD: Two taps and someone’s life savings could be gone

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Reportedly now handling an estimated $1 trillion in payments, Bragg said these apps are exposing its users to scammers and thieves – costing them a lot of their hard-earned cash.

The DA addressed the letters to the parent companies of Venmo, Cash App and Zelle. In his letters, Bragg demanded the app owners and operators "improve their security and protect their users from scams and thefts." He specifically requested that they "impose limits on transactions, require ...

Cyberattack breaches software platform used by 12 ministries in Norway

August 08, 2023 - apps a safer environment.Veilid seeks to protect personal data of users

Called Veilid, the code can be used by developers to build applications for mobile devices or the web. Those apps will pass fully encrypted content to one another using the Veilid protocol. The network will get faster as more devices join and share the load – just like the file-sharing software BitTorrent, which distributes different pieces of the same content simultaneously.

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Online safety: How to avoid common internet scams

April 26, 2023 -

But modern technology has made online shopping and banking easier for shoppers of all ages across the globe. All you need is a computer, a laptop or a smartphone to buy various items or send and receive money.

Unfortunately, the very same technology is being used by scammers to lie to people and steal information and money.

If you often shop online, read on to learn about common internet scams and how to avoid them.App scams

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Mental health in the digital age: 7 Ways to control your smartphone use

May 12, 2023 - apps in bed is a harmless habit, but this can reduce both sleep quality and duration.

Hiding your phone in a different room can prevent this habit and it can also prevent you from using your phone immediately upon waking.

If you have trouble falling asleep, try reading before bed.Turn off all notifications

Notifications can distract you, but if you are having trouble focusing because of your phone, turn them off or minimize them.

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AI-generated ads and addicting psychiatric medications make for a “deadly cocktail”

August 08, 2023 -

According to CCHR, these apps use targeted AI ads to reach specific audiences on social media platforms to drive users to the psycho-pharmaceutical industry. Like any other high-technology application, these employ sophisticated algorithms that surveil the consumers' behaviors, interests, and interactions to determine their target audience.

"Information about the user can then be utilized to personalize content to influence the user's behavior," an article on ...

Biden White House pressured Facebook to censor vaccine skeptics on private messaging service WhatsApp

March 26, 2023 - apps. It is currently weighing legislation that would force private messaging apps to surveil private messages for illegal content. Signal, a popular encrypted app, said it would exit the UK if such proposals made it into law.

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Canadian electric truck owner describes his EV experience as a frustrating SCAM

August 15, 2023 - apps from different charging companies, such as EVgo, Electrify America, ChargePoint and Shell Recharge to ensure sufficient power for his test vehicles.

The absence of a comprehensive software tool that assists EV owners in efficiently planning their journeys only compounds the issue. Unlike the convenience of mapping applications available to conventional gas-powered vehicles, EV drivers are left to navigate an incomplete landscape of charging providers and services....

Poll: Parents most concerned about excessive use of SOCIAL MEDIA and mobile devices as kids return to school

August 29, 2023 - apps that automatically set limits on device use can be downloaded.

Monitor their usage. Parents should check on the online content their children are consuming – whether if it's by scrolling through their tablet or phone or using a social media monitoring tool. Scrutinize the apps on their devices, learn what they are about and question what the apps are for, if needed.

Model good behavior. While this is easier said than done, parents practicing ...

U.S. plans to file antitrust case against Apple for unfairly rigging iPhone’s market dominance

2 months ago - apps, which allow users to stream various video games on their phones, from being made available in the App Store.

Justice Department investigators also reportedly spoke with executives at the digital tracking firm Tile, which provides Bluetooth services, about Apple's competing AirTag product and the company's restrictions on integration with non-Apple products. Conversations with other banks and payment apps noted how Apple hinders their access to the tap-to-pay ...

Elon Musk faces backlash for wanting to remove ability to block other users on X

August 23, 2023 - apps with user-generated content must have the ability for users to block abusive content. Google Play Store apps must provide an in-app system for blocking users and user-generated content.

Follow for more news about Big Tech companies like X.

Watch X CEO Linda Yaccarino as she talks about their new policy called "freedom of speech not freedom of reach."

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Most Brits feel they are victims of “sonic snooping,” and cybersecurity experts believe they’re right

March 24, 2023 - apps that ask for access to a smart device's microphone.

Learn more about the illegal surveillance of people at

Watch this episode of the "Health Ranger Report" as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, reviews the best smartphones to use for optimum privacy and security.

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Elon Musk says X, formerly Twitter, will put an end to the BLOCK function

August 24, 2023 - apps. Google's Play Store, for instance, mandates an "in-app system for blocking user-generated content and users." Similarly, Apple's App Store expects apps to include the ability to block abusive users from the service.Musk faces backlash over plan to remove block feature on X

The absence of a block feature could compromise user safety, particularly in cases of harassment and cyberbullying. Blocking has been a key tool for individuals to protect themselves ...

EYE OF SAURON: Google Wallet for Android to introduce e-wallet that uses digital IDs

June 06, 2023 - apps. Many other states have signaled their own support for digital licenses for the Apple Wallet.

Currently, around 12 states already have some kind of active digital ID program and are working with Big Tech companies like Google and Apple to expand their use, while another 11 have digital ID pilot programs.

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THE CYBORG WILL SEE YOU NOW: Tech company launches self-serve “CarePod” healthcare booths that use AI instead of doctors

November 21, 2023 - apps related to specific health concerns and ailments. Everything from diabetes screening and weight management to thyroid testing and liver health are covered. There is also a full-body scan option.

If, for example, a user selects the heart health option, a drawer will open and present them with a sensor, which they will be instructed to place against their heart. Once its assessment is completed, it will display the diagnosis on the screen. In cases where an ...

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