Watch: Facebook Alum. Sean Parker Bashes Amazon, Warns Echo is Spying on Every Word You Say

Facebook founding president Sean Parker wants you to know that Amazon’s Alexa-enabled Echo devices are listening to every word you say and may be filing away your private conversations for future use. Ex-Facebook Executive Sean Parker Bashes Amazon Over Privacy Parker, who also founded the now-shuttered Napster, revved up the conversation about how personal assistant devices like Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home devices are spying on you. They’re doing this without you saying trigger phrases like “Hey Alexa” or “Hey Google.” Parker commented on privacy issues and these personal assistant…

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Jeff Bezos Publishes Shocking Blackmail Letter National Enquirer Publisher Allegedly Sent Him Over ‘Pecker’ Pics

Jeff Bezos blasted the National Enquirer, and its owner, David Pecker, in a shocking Medium post Thursday for attempting to blackmail the Amazon CEO and founder with a threat to publish his “d*ck pick ” and nine other salacious photos obtained by the Enquirer. Here’s the full text of the extortion email Jeff Bezos says his office received from Dylan Howard, the Editor in Chief of the National Enquirer: From: Howard, Dylan (Chief Content Officer, AMI) Sent: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 3:33 PM To: Martin Singer (litigation counsel for Mr.…

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Bank of America Thinks Blockchain Could be a $7 Billion Market

Bank of America research analysts have predicted that blockchain technology could represent a multi-billion dollar industry down the road, and be of particular benefit for leading companies like Amazon and Microsoft. BoA: Many Can Benefit From Blockchain The analysts predicted the total addressable blockchain market would eventually hit $7 billion, but there was not a particular The post Bank of America Thinks Blockchain Could be a $7 Billion Market appeared first on CCN

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Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund: We’ll Succeed, Even if Bitcoin Ends Up Defunct

Dan Morehead, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-chief investment officer of struggling cryptocurrency hedge fund Pantera Capital, recently claimed that even if bitcoin fails like Pets.com did during the dot-com bubble, the hedge fund would still see investors make money. According to CNBC, Morehead’s reasoning was that cryptocurrencies are revolutionary and here to stay. Using The post Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund: We’ll Succeed, Even if Bitcoin Ends Up Defunct appeared first on CCN

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