Facebook furor; Davos reveals our AI future; data saving except for ads; Huawei charged; electric scooters are dangerous, shocking; scoot scooping; Net Neutrality benefits don’t exist; the Punisher; Ted Bundy; the Passage; the Dropout; the Traveler; Digital Minimalism; reply all apocalypse; let them eat cold goat.
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The facts about Facebook
The Hidden Automation Agenda of the Davos Elite
The robot revolution will be worse for men
This historian wasn’t afraid to confront the billionaires at Davos about their greed
The Fleecing of Millennials
Pete Buttigieg Thinks All the 2020 Democrats Are Too Old
IN THE NEWS
Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them
US charges Huawei with stealing trade secrets and violating sanctions
Study: Electric scooters sending lots of riders to emergency rooms with injuries
DC Bill Would Give Scooter, E-Bike Riders More Legal Rights
Scooter Removal LLC., impounds dockless scooters and bikes for free
Why Facebook Must Be Very Careful Combining Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp
It’s Now Clear None of the Supposed Benefits of Killing Net Neutrality Are Real
The Punisher Season 2
Conversations with a killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes
The Passage: A Novel (Book One of The Passage Trilogy) by Justin Cronin
AT THE LIBRARY
The Traveler: Book One of the Fourth Realm Trilogy by John Twelve Hawks
Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World by Cal Newport
MORON OF THE WEEK
In 2019 People Have Decided To Start Glittering Their Dogs’ Testicles
The Big Lebowski Super Bowl Ad Is a Crime Against Humanity
Austin teen arrested for robbing a bank after using a Jump scooter as his getaway vehicle
Mark Zuckerberg Once Killed Goat With Stun Gun And Served It As Dinner, Per Twitter CEO
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: The Rolling Stone Interview
As many as 11,543 Microsoft employees got swept up in a reply-all email apocalypse
Obo raises $8.2m to help startups avoid making things no one asked for
How to turn off FaceTime and avoid Apple’s eavesdropping bug
VeoRide grows to more than 7,000 users at Texas A&M
Goodnotes vs Notability
NCC-1701 Rocking Horse
Keyless cars unlock rich pickings for thieves
We need to rewrite the gig economy’s dehumanizing, unethical code
Kid won’t give up passcode
Judge ruled to provide the passcode
People Keep Injuring Themselves on Electric Scooters, Study Finds
Deliveroo users are getting defrauded – and it could be fined millions for it
He Reported on Facebook. Now He Approaches It With Caution.