TEC150: Should we have an expectation of privacy in prayer apps? Dom Bettinelli, Joanne Mercier, and Fr. Cory Sticha discuss reports that some faith-related apps are collecting and even sharing how people are using the apps. Plus, Google v. Apple on messages; autonomous car liability; and recycling appliances.
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Links for this episode:
- Numbers seem to be violating Google Drive’s terms of service right now
- Nothing Sacred: These Apps Reserve The Right To Sell Your Prayers
- After ruining Android messaging, Google says iMessage is too powerful | Ars Technica
- Felony charges are 1st in a fatal crash involving Autopilot – ABC News
- Major legal changes needed for driverless car era | BBC News
- Recycling should be easier. These home appliance start-ups are trying to help.
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