Your Daily Digital Digest for Thursday, February 1st, 2018
Here's your Daily Digital Digest for Thursday, February 1st, 2018. Thanks to @acurrie for compiling!
Your news links for today:
- The State of the Union: What Wasn’t Said - Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Google and Facebook are watching our every move online. It's time to make them stop - CNBC
- Don’t believe Microsoft’s latest privacy hype - Computerworld
- China Exporting Its Surveillance Tech And Philosophy To Other Countries, Helped By Equipment Donations - Techdirt
- The FCC Hopes its Empty Dedication to Rural Broadband Will Make You Forget it Killed Net Neutrality - Motherboard
- Google Can't Save ISP Competition, We Need to Save Ourselves - PCMAG
- Shaw employees say atmosphere is grim following massive buyout offer - Mobile Syrup
- Rogers increases international Roam Like Home service fee to $12 per day - Mobile Syrup
- This shit is pure garbage. Something needs to be done about this. - reddit discussion
- The CRTC has posted their form for public comments on the Bell application to block websites. Please /r/Canada let's make our opinions clear! - reddit discussion
All links compiled by OpenMedia community member and volunteer Andrew Currie.