The Domino’s ‘pizza checker’ is just the beginning – workplace surveillance is coming for you | Arwa Mahdawi

The company, which uses a smart scanner to analyse whether food has been made correctly, is far from the only business to use tech to track workersHello? Is that Domino’s? I would like a large cheese pizza with an ominous side of surveillance, please.E…

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Microsoft boss: tech firms must stop ‘if it’s legal, it’s acceptable’ approach

Exclusive: Brad Smith says firms must help define and live by standards before they are forced on themTech companies should stop behaving as though everything that is not illegal is acceptable, says Microsoft’s second-in-command. Instead, they should f…

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Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple asked to turn over internal documents

House judiciary committee wants records in antitrust inquiryMark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos and Tim Cook names in requestsThe US government’s investigations into big tech widened on Friday as lawmakers announced they were seeking internal documents from Go…

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iPhone 11: Apple launches new Pro smartphones with better cameras

iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have faster processors, better screens, and new double and triple camera systemsArcade: Apple’s ‘Netflix for games’Apple Watch Series 5 full detailsApple updates cheapest iPad Apple has launched its latest iPhone 11, i…

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What’s the best tech to take to university?

Should you splash out £1,000 on a MacBook, or can you get away with a £229 Chromebook? Do you really need a top-end smartphone or will a budget alternative do? The right tools can make everything easier – from note taking to dissertation writing. So he…

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Google says hackers have put ‘monitoring implants’ in iPhones for years

Visiting hacked sites was enough for server to gather users’ images and contactsHackers have been using compromised websites to install “monitoring implants” in iPhones for years, according to researchers at Google.The malicious software gathers users’…

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Apple apologises for allowing workers to listen to Siri recordings

Contractors graded accidental activations including recordings of users having sexApple has apologised for allowing contractors to listen to voice recordings of Siri users in order to grade them.The company made the announcement after it completed a re…

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