Overbroad overreach, siren servers and security fatigue + this day in history w/SNL and our song of the day by Elohim on your Morning Monarchy for October 11, 2016.
Tech Firms See Overreach in U.S. Govt. Gag Orders and Subpoenas for Private Data
Subpoena to Encrypted App Provider Highlights Overbroad FBI Requests for Information
Signal App Subpoenaed by Government (Audio)
Secret Police Databases Fuel Quiet Epidemic of Cops Becoming Stalkers
NSA Theft Suspect Worked For Contractor That Sells the Government Tech for Spotting Rogue Employees
CIA ‘Siren Servers’ can predict social uprisings 3-5 days in advance
Charlie Rose interviews a robot (Audio)
Media insider says relationship between publishers and Facebook is "Faustian dilemma."
5 Ways Facebook Abuses Your Privacy (Audio)
Speak, Memory: How a programmer used AI to talk to her friend after his death
MIT Game Asks Who Driverless Cars Should Kill
Will Self Driving Cars Have A Death Algorithm? (Audio)
Hack warnings prompt cyber 'security fatigue'
Security Fatigue (Audio)
#ThisDayInHistory: #October11 w/#Aleppo earthquake, DAR founded, #SNL debut, Clinton anniversary, Polaroid bankrupt + #ArtBlakey, @ElmoreLeonard, #DarylHall, @ToddSnider, @MCLyte birthdays
#PumpUpThaVolume: Elohim - "Hallucinating" (Audio)