'Privacy Protecting' Car Location Data Seemingly Shows Where People Live, Work, and Go
But their car was most frequently parked outside a specific address in the fancy Noe Valley area of San Francisco. 1
I know this because a company called Otonomo sells the granular location data of vehicles across the United States and the rest of the world. 1
Cognitive Bias and the Design Process
We tend to search for, interpret, favor, and recall information in a way that confirms or supports our prior beliefs or values. 1This tendency is known as confirmation bias, and when we aren't careful it can also show up during the design process. 1
A critical eye is necessary during design research. 1
Adopting the Bitcoin standard? El Salvador writes itself into history books
The cryptocurrency space and wider economic community continue to laud a historic move by El Salvador to recognize Bitcoin as legal tender.
Red Sox Notes: Despite Rotation Woes, It's Been 'Only One Time Through'
Nick Pivetta on Saturday lost just the second game of his tenure thus far with the Red Sox, tossing another less-than-ideal start from Boston's starting pitchers into this week's bucket.
Putin laughs off 'killer' comments ahead of summit with Biden
Russian President Vladimir Putin laughed off the idea that he could be considered a "killer," but expressed a willingness to work with President Biden in an interview with NBC News ahead of the two leaders' summit on Wednesday in Geneva.
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Preliminary injunction granted restricting L.A. County Sheriff's Department use of force at protests
A federal judge has granted a preliminary injunction limiting the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's use of projectiles and chemical agents at protests, finding that it has indiscriminately fired them at peaceful protesters, legal observers and journalists.