Google And Facebook Do We Have Privacy (Transcript)

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So like I said folks a little update on some of the stuff going on here at the homestead. I know you guys

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A couple people sent me messages and all that about some of the stuff. I put up pictures. I put up on Instagram and

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Quite a bit of actually quite a bit of good information up there, so go ahead and check that out

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I also have YouTube video something up on the chicks and all that

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So somebody could people saw met saw pictures of that and they asked what I was doing in a pan

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I actually have my I actually went out and got I

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Guess tractor supply a day when I was there just getting some stuff for my animals and for doing stuff on the homestead here

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got some that’s some plants and stuff going in and

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One of the things I saw while I was there

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Was a run of chicks

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No, no hand well. I guess you said they had a run of pellets there, but

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The the straight runs were actually pretty cheap those of you that know what a straight run is when you get chickens a straight run

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Is exactly that they just hatch them and throw them in and say here you go

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You get what you get so I got a dozen straight runs right now

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It’s what the ends of season so you can get them for a couple dollars apiece

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So I went ahead and I got a bunch of straight runs, and I’ll be though. They’ll be in probably

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In you know the in that little warming area for probably a couple of weeks

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Especially since it’s been in cold up here in Northeast PA

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Now so they’ll be over there, and they’ll be in you know in the straight run area

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Probably they’ll be in that area for a while the straight runs for a couple of weeks

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Before I move them over to a little bit bigger pen

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Right now they’re already a couple of them are starting to feather and all that so I think I generally they say if they have

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a long wingspan

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Generally, they’re there Heather. They’re not hens their roosters

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I have a couple of them right with long wingspan. I should know in a couple of weeks what I got

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But I do have a bunch of them with long wingspans

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So I’m thinking I may have a couple of roosters, and I think I may actually have some hens as well, so

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What I do recommend folks and a couple people ask me questions when they saw the pictures on Instagram

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The one thing you can do they a lot of people knows what I did was when I put the water in the food in there

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I actually went to using mason jars instead of using the plastic ones all because the mason jars

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We can’t throw them in a dishwasher and the dishwasher safe

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It makes it a little bit easier to clean stuff where that other plastic stuff that they the other plastic feeders

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They have aren’t really dishwasher safe, and they can crack and break and all that

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So I recommend I recommend using the mason jar so if you are

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Doing chickens like I said you do the feeders

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I recommend amazing is the other thing too about the mason jars is I do fill a couple of them up at once

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and then if I have somebody come over when I’m not home or something my farm hand or

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Friend of mine come over to feed them for me if I’m away or somebody traveling for work

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They just have to flip it over and and screw it in they don’t necessarily have to worry about

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Where the food is right so it doesn’t make it a little bit easier for me

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So that’s something I did so that was that so like I said folks if you’re interested in the chicks

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Well like I said go ahead and like I said go to do to our website

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And you can actually see if you know any pictures of the chicks

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But you can also follow us on Instagram and all that where I put up information about them and pictures of them and all that

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The heat lamp and all that like I said they got the heat lamp there now, and they say actually a couple inches of bedding and

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You know so it’s doing pretty good

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They’re all there that I had to put a screen over it cuz a couple of them did jump out the other day my daughter caught

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Them so we actually just put the screen on top when first got them. They didn’t have any feathers

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They’re just fluff balls, but the about a week in they’ve got a lot of the feathers now

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So they’re able to jump and flap and and get a little distance, so that’s the chick

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So we’ll be working on that probably at least the next six to eight weeks getting them ready to go and all that

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So that’s that so some things I want to talk to you folks about you today

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Now one things well a couple people had sent me emails about things by the way

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And one of the reasons why I want to address this topic a couple people to talk to me about

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we’re talking about a little bit about politics last week, but I don’t really generally do a lot of politics on this show, but

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Somebody asked me about it, so I thought I’d address it so

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they asked me a question about the Amazon echo and

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They had actually know I’ve got a background in computer security. They had asked me about

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my feelings on computer security and

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the the interesting

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the the interesting about about the Amazon echo is

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So it is always recording okay, they’ve been there’s been talked about on the news enough

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We all read the news and yes, it does record what you’re saying okay now according to Amazon

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They oh they don’t record whole conversations. They only record bits bits and pieces of it. They say

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Which they actually use to improve the user experience and for testing and all that

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the only issue with that is is

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There have been

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Requests from the government and all that and it didn’t didn’t actually work out

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But there has been requests from the government for for information from them

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I don’t believe Amazon yet has released any of that information

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But there has been requests for that before now

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the issue with that is

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Is you know like I said there hasn’t there have they have Amazon

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I think has released it yet, but down the road if there’s an issue where they do release it

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There will be audio from you know from your home available to the police now. I’m not now

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I mean, I know the other thing well if you have nothing to hide don’t worry about it

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But the issue being is some people feel it’s a division of privacy and it very well could be

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But they do if you do hit the mute button at the top

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You know it will actually go ahead and mute the device that device isn’t listening now. That’s what they say

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But there hasn’t been any proof to approve otherwise that it’s not so I wanted to point that out

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So people asked about the Amazon echo, and you know having something in your house. It’s always listening

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But the same thing could be said to about Google because Google just recently last week

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Actually released an article. I’m gonna pull it out here

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On according to this right here

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Released an article saying that

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They record they record their recording when you turn your locations off location services off on your phone

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It actually supposedly they’re saying was about supposed to record your location

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But according to this apparently Google was still tracking your location

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Even when the location services is off

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so this has been a pretty major concern for life is it concerning for me as well because

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You know I really I don’t say I don’t say I’m somebody that you know you know I trust everything

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Google does because they don’t but usually Google has been

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Google is I know we always know they’re always collecting data, but now this is now

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I mean, but Google always gave you the privacy options and now they’re even taking that away, so I think that’s really really concerning

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We’re okay. We’re recording. We are gawking. We don’t even know we gave you the option to actually go and opt out of it

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We are still going to do it

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So I thought that was relatively concerning and

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The other thing to get the watch of Google is Google is actually one company

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That does usually crumble to the weight of the federal government a couple times

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Google has released information

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You know to when they when they’ve been subpoenaed by the government’s and they’ll release information

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They’ll release information when they’re they’re asked if it’s needed if they have a legitimate warrant all that so Google is something I say

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I would I tell people be very leery about because they actually are tracking a

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Lot of information I actually believe the other thing to Amazon usually held up pretty tough against things so is Microsoft and a cup

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you know and

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Apple’s we all know the Apple contribution

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They wanted Apple to write a to write a patch for the phone that would allow them and Apple refused to do it

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We all remember that so they’ve they’ve hung pretty tough

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But Google is somebody that generally pretty crumbles on the way to the garment

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So that’s something I tell you to be very leery about if you do have a phone

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I’ve said this a million times if you have a smartphone

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I strongly recommend that you have an iPhone because I Apple is

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Apple tends to be a little bit more on the side of saying okay. Well, you know

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You know, we’re there were Apple seems to be all about security. They won’t crumble

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When they’re faced with a lawsuit or faced with a subpoena from the government where it seems like Google does

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Remember one thing to Apple is a hardware company. They’re not a data collection search company

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So for them, you know, they they don’t really not to worry about losing the search data

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because they I mean, it’s not the business that Apple is in but Google is in that business so

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And like I said Apple has has hung pretty tough and so is Microsoft when I came to you know, giving up information. So

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But Google is not so I strongly recommend

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You know if you have if you do have a smartphone that you get an iPhone because they do seem to be a lot more secure

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Apple does have the Apple sandbox, which is a

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Little bit more. I don’t say a little bit stronger. That’s not the word I’m looking for but

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The sandbox design not to get too technical with you, but the sandbox is on Apple

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So once you get out of the app, the app is no longer, you know running

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Whereas on Android as long as an app is open. It’s still running. So

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The way their design is set up Apple really at when they design the iPhone. They’re really at security really in mind

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Compared to Google which didn’t so I am at Google in design by the way, I want to point out

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Android they actually bought Android I want to I do want to point that out to a bunch of people because I brought that up

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Before you know, Google didn’t actually invent Android they actually bought it

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And so that’s something to think about as well

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But yeah, like I said, I’ve always recommended Andrew. I’m always recommended iPhone for anybody

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Also – I also recommend Mac OS. I know they’re expensive

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But I also recommend

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Apple a lot because Apple’s computers are usually pretty immune to viruses and are usually you know

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Like a Chromebook Google’s kind when you’re on a Chromebook Google’s constantly monitoring what you’re doing

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So I always tell people all the time if you’re if you’re gonna be using the you know

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If you’re using a Chromebook Google watch and everything you do

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So that’s something I tell people all the time

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Also – with the mat, like I said if you want to you know, also – like people say well I use a Mac

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But yeah, you’re also using Chrome

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So if you’re gonna be using if you’re really worried about people watching what you’re doing

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I strongly recommend using Firefox because Firefox generally doesn’t really monitor that kind of stuff

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Also – if you are using, you know, Firefox what I recommend is a and you are gonna use Google

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I’d recommend using like ghost tree or

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you know you block origin one of those that kind of block your information or

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Just get a VPN service. There’s a lot of cheap ones out there nowadays to make sure it’s a reputable company

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If you get a VPN service, it makes it harder for Google to track your information

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Because I’m not saying that’s one thing you really got to worry about is surveillance. I mean, I’m not

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you know, it’s not like we have anything to hide but

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You know what’s scary about it is if they’re target they can target information

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Towards you for you to purchase like ads and and and merchandise and all and I don’t see a problem with that

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I mean, I really that really doesn’t bother me. But what bothers me is

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is that

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If they can tell they is they can if they can target that we know they can target news

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We get they can target information

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They get so if they based if they’re they’re targeting it for they can target information like that and just like they can target

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sales of

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Merchandise so if they can so then now you start wondering what if you are you getting legitimate news when you search Google?

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Are you getting stuff they’re targeting at you? I mean, that’s the that’s the route the current concerning point

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you know the other concern folks is a

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You know Facebook, I’m not I’m on Facebook to a certain degree for the podcast

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I’m in for you know to listeners and but I’m not gonna I don’t really share a lot on Facebook

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My wife has shared some stuff on Facebook with her family

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photos of the baby

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Stuff like that, but I’m not a big one for sharing stuff on Facebook, but I know a lot of people are and it’s it’s an issue

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You know people share their whole lives on there and now with Facebook’s integration into you know

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You can log into your Amazon account with Facebook

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You can log in almost everything with Facebook realize when you long in with Facebook. It’s not just

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Convenience a lot of people say well, it’s convenient. Well. I agree with you. It is convenient, but it’s also a

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Way of them collecting information to you

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A lot of people don’t know that but like so say you log into your Facebook account all right and then say

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You go to a website and there’s an article you like on say. I don’t know let’s pick let’s pick CNN

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for example

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Or the New York Post and you like that article

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Or you know or you know or you know or share you know it like the like button

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Facebook actually knows that you you like that article so now they know that okay?

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We need to target more you know news of this kind at him or

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You know when you go into Amazon and say you say you know logged me the Facebook account you start buying stuff

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You know Amazon now knows what you so now they know

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You know what kind of news you like they know what you’re searching for

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And as far as what you’re buying on that or what you’re looking at on Amazon, and then from there

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You know you check your email, so now they know you know you know either

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I mean they know you’re going to you know Google

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And you know and this so that there’s a lot of information

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They’re collecting there and to build a profile you to target information

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And you know a lot of people say to me all time well

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You know a lot you know Facebook isn’t the internet, but to a lot of people

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Facebook isn’t the internet

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First you know you get a lot of elderly people that

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You know they have iPads, and they use it for a couple things you know skyping

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They’re you know or skyping or facetiming their grandkids and going on Facebook that that’s all they do and

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then to Facebook knows what kind of games you like is a lot of times you’re logging with the Facebook games and

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Then you know you can sign up for all different services with using your Facebook login

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That’s all information that that they’re collecting on you

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You know to build a profile

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You know you go to a band you like or you go to a musician you like and you like their Facebook page

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You know kind of music you like now

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You know there’s a lot that goes into that and a lot of that data is used for marketing

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And and you know and you know Facebook’s been ordered

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You know Facebook’s been under fire lately for you know this whole thing with the campaign they’ve been under fire a lot

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for the way they collect data

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The way they have the way you know they have issues with you know

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You know Facebook is very good at changing things and then saying oops

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We’re sorry or you know we’ve made a change in we you know oops

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We’re sorry or you know recently they were under fire for selling user user information

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Not so much the the user they’ve been selling user data. I mean that that’s what they were doing

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you know I they in and now with this whole thing with

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Facebook working with you know I think it was NYU and they’re they’re they’re taking you know

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They’re using see they can use Facebook information and and analytics and all that to predict

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You know different illnesses and all that I mean you know Facebook says it’s anonymous, but

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You know they’re stripping out. You know metadata and all that but

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You know is it really anonymous so now. They’re only also using your information to you know from medical research now

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I mean, it’s you know it, and I’m not saying it’s all for bad use because not necessarily all that is bad, but

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You know it comes down to a privacy issue and some people are okay with it and and some people aren’t

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I know a lot of people that say I don’t care

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The problem is when people say well

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I don’t care if they if they you know if Facebook knows my stuff you you should kind of care because

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You know that’s that’s information that

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You know maybe should kept be kept private

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And you know and unfortunately with the way everybody shares everything on on Facebook now

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You know and my kids are gonna be the same boat

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You know you know now

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You know the kids are their baby pictures all the way up to when their adults are all gonna be online now, so

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You know they’re gonna know you know what you know right off the bat Facebook’s gonna know okay

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You know that you know with facial recognition, which they have they’re gonna know okay? This was you and your baby

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These are your parents you know

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You know this is the stuff your parents like these is the stuff your your you know your sister liked or your brother liked and

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You know this is the you know this was you growing up. This was you you know

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This or that I mean they’re gonna know they’re gonna have pro

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files on these kids now and I’ve been my wife, and I you know we’re we’re guilty of it, too

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Now unfortunately our family lives a little bit further away, and you know they want to see pictures

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And you know it that’s the easiest convenience way to do it

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And that’s the whole problem Facebook has made it so easy now to do this stuff that

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Now we all do it and like I said we’re guilty of it too, but now these kids are gonna have profiles on them

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You know from the minute

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They’re they’re they’re born because we all take pictures of the care of our kids as soon as we put them on Facebook

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And then you know prime example, and then as soon as we get up to the

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You know they’re gonna

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And then for the minute they’re they’re born and to the minute they sign into Facebook themselves when they’re 13 on their first smartphone

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They’re gonna know everything about them, and then they got more yeah, then they got more information, and that’s something else too. You know

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Facebook knows what kind of smartphone you’re using they know your phone number

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They don’t want that because now you know some everybody’s carrying a smartphone and and a lot of times Facebook needs your location information

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You know people even if they don’t you know you check in at your favorite coffee shop or your favorite plate

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You know exercise place your gym, but you know so now

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This is all data that Facebook’s collecting on you, and it’s you know. It’s it’s a scary thing when you’re really thinking about it

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I mean you talk about you know you know you know big brother watch you and now to top it off

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We’re putting these we’re putting speakers in our house that listen to us

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You know and you know now Microsoft’s got you know Cortana on desktops

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And it listens to you, and you know you’re being listened to fake Microsoft has now

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I don’t think anybody really I don’t know if anybody really use Cortana

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But I mean you know they listen to you there, and then they got your smartphone

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They know where you’re going now by the computer

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They got these speakers in house that are listening to you, and you know I mean

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I’m not trying to sound like one of those crazy

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You know conspiracy play you know I’m not trying to sound like you know Alex Jones or or

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Rush Limbaugh or any of those guys because I’m not one of those kind of people

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But I mean it is scary to think about when you think about it

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You know you have you know and now let’s take it even a step further because a lot of us have those smart cameras in

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our house

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There was just an article about a year or two ago about the baby monitors being hacked that you know people could log right onto the

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baby monitors and

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And see your baby and can listen in on that you know we all a lot of us have surveillance cameras at the house because

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We’re trying to use them to watch outside

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And you know come to find out that if we put them inside that they could be watching us

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I mean, it’s you know it’s it’s something that you know I know you know

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This is internet of and I am Pro. You know internet and and all that kind of stuff, but

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Especially with this the this IOT is internet of things all these devices these smart home devices

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You know now you know you know the nest for example

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You know now now Google knows

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What temperature you keep your house at and then if you have those nest device that open your door Google knows when you open and close

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your door

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What time you’re coming and going with the house and now they know where you’re going when you leave the house?

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They know how they how you?

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know it sounds conspiracy theorist, but

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It’s something that we really

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That you really got to think about is is what how much data you’re you’re giving up

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How much of your privacy are you giving up? Are you willing to let people?

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You know know this much about you, and do you want it again? I?

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Right now. I’m guilty of some of it, but because it’s convenient. That’s the problem

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We’ve all gotten used to this this convenience piece that these social media

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platforms and at Google and Facebook and all that provide we’ve all gotten used to this stuff and

00:22:24.040 –> 00:22:25.960

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You know you know people pay for convenience

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That’s the old saying you know and if you say I don’t pay for convenience BS

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You’ve told me you’ve never bought a bottle of water before

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Bottled water is the biggest convenience in history that we all pay for okay?

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But you know that this is you know and these companies know they pay for convenience and now

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To take it even a step further and not to get too crazy

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But you talk about we’re talking about the Alexa

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That’s what spawned this whole show today was that question somebody asked me my feelings on Alexa

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And those of you that have a little bit away if you’re listening through my but it just triggered them, so I’m sorry

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You know but now let’s take it even a step further because now Microsoft integrates with deal with the Alexa device so now also

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You say okay, so now I’ve got this device that no is it you know now

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I say open for now so now Amazon not only did they partner with a letter every say well

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It’s convenient you can get your calendar and all right, but it’s also by them partnering

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That was probably way of them sharing data to because remember Microsoft has a lot of data on you that you know that you know

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Amazon doesn’t have

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You know they you know a lot of people have office 365 for work

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They know that now allows them a little bit of allows Alexa to kind of get a peek at people’s email

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You know gets you know

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people’s calendar

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You know a lot of those kinds of things and especially with this with the with the Amazon skills thing

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You know I mean let’s even take it a step further now at the Alexa skills

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They don’t mean Amazon even knows when you order pizza from Domino’s you’d order it through

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They know when you when you get an uber because the uber skill that’s unless I mean you know I mean Amazon

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I mean him is on I don’t think they’re collecting as much data on you as Google, but using this little Alexa device

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They have managed to find a way to collect tons of information about you so that they can target products that you just sell

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I mean, that’s basically what this device is I mean that that’s what they did

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They basically figured out a way to take to take a home speaker and figure out a way to get as much data out of

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It as they could and they’re doing a great job with it

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And then if you have Amazon music or Spotify those the music to it

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They know what kind of music you’re getting what kind of music you’re listening

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I mean it all that this device was designed to collect data. I mean that’s what it is and now and and Google

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even has a step over on Amazon because

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You know if you have a Google profile

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They’re already collecting data on you and now you’re adding this Google now speaker

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I think it’s Google now I believe and now they know what kind of well

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You know all the information that Alexa has and more and now top it off and now so that you know you have the Google Chrome

00:24:52.480 –> 00:24:56.520
Pass they know kind of you’re watching and then if you tie your YouTube account a YouTube TV account

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They know what kind of TV you’re watching Google especially is like I call Google the Skynet because think about it

00:25:03.040 –> 00:25:08.280
They already in first of all they’re already reading your email because you allow them to because you have a Google Gmail account

00:25:08.280 –> 00:25:13.380
And now all of a sudden they know you have an Android phone so now they’re collecting all that information on you

00:25:13.380 –> 00:25:18.160
We went over that earlier in the podcast they know what TV you’re watching because you have a Chromecast

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They know if you have YouTube TV YouTube and YouTube TV they and they know what what you’re watching

00:25:25.560 –> 00:25:29.280
If you have YouTube music they know what kind of music you’re listening to or

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You know Google music

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And then to top it off now

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They now they have the device that’s listening a little bit. You know it’s listening in you know they know your calendar now

00:25:41.260 –> 00:25:43.200
They have the little device that’s listening to you

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They know kind of I mean they believe it or not folks it there’s a lot of data being collected by Google

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Google I always you’re gonna call Google the the Skynet of Internet of Internet because they know everything about you and

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They found ways you know and now to they’ve you know not only do they know you’re searching, but they’ve got the Chrome browser

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They’ve got I mean

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Google is

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Collecting more day Google does Google does one thing good and has big data

00:26:06.200 –> 00:26:09.760
And they do it better than anybody and and now they have you know

00:26:09.760 –> 00:26:15.520
They have more stuff being collected like I said if you have the nest you have the cameras you I mean

00:26:15.520 –> 00:26:21.840
Imagine if every device in your house think about it imagine you have a good you have a Gmail account

00:26:23.080 –> 00:26:29.480
Imagine you have the Chrome browser on your computer man you have a Chromecast okay, imagine you have Google music you have YouTube TV

00:26:29.480 –> 00:26:35.840
You have you know I mean just just keep going you have the nest you have the imagine all these devices you have

00:26:35.840 –> 00:26:41.720
They’re all Google connected and Google owns them all so imagine how much data you have then you wonder

00:26:41.720 –> 00:26:43.340
Why you when you go shopping online?

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You’re always getting great products that you want to buy I mean, it’s you know it all comes down to that

00:26:47.880 –> 00:26:49.480
I mean that that’s really the scary part about it

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You know and my other issue about is that you know we’re talking about surveillance

00:26:53.760 –> 00:26:57.640
But now let let’s take that even a step further now, so

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Now let’s say okay now

00:27:00.660 –> 00:27:04.400
now you have people like you know Facebook and and

00:27:04.400 –> 00:27:10.800
I’m just gonna bring the subject really, but let’s say example if you know Facebook okay now they take down

00:27:10.800 –> 00:27:18.140
You know off Google as well, so now you have some like you know like Facebook and YouTube that took down info Wars’s

00:27:18.920 –> 00:27:21.620
Channel which I mean like Alex Jones or not I’m not gonna lie

00:27:21.620 –> 00:27:25.740
I do I mean I don’t believe everything I read on a site, but I do find him entertaining

00:27:25.740 –> 00:27:32.040
And it regardless of you know I know like I said, I’m not like it’s not almost really buying everything

00:27:32.040 –> 00:27:34.920
He says and all that stuff, but I will say this I do find him entertaining

00:27:34.920 –> 00:27:38.040
I think I really look at him more as a modern-day Howard Stern

00:27:38.040 –> 00:27:42.720
I don’t listen every day, but I guess I do find him entertaining

00:27:42.720 –> 00:27:47.820
But I the content value I look at him more of a of an entertainment source

00:27:47.820 –> 00:27:50.000
And I do a news source, but that’s no here no there, but

00:27:50.000 –> 00:27:56.280
You know you know they took his stuff down off YouTube, and they took it down on Facebook, and you know they took that you know now

00:27:56.280 –> 00:28:01.040
Again, who you know who I get it that okay? It’s Facebook’s platform

00:28:01.040 –> 00:28:05.640
It is Google’s platform YouTube is their platform, so they have a right to do that

00:28:05.640 –> 00:28:07.420

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Now they’re going to decide what is and is not acceptable content

00:28:12.040 –> 00:28:17.780
And now especially and I’ve read even more about this that you know Google’s were YouTube working harder and harder to

00:28:18.000 –> 00:28:23.140
demonetize videos and to all this kind of you know is it going to be the point where Google and

00:28:23.140 –> 00:28:27.940
And Facebook now are in charge of what is allowed on the web now the one thing I will point out

00:28:27.940 –> 00:28:33.980
As if you go to Google and type in info wars his site is the Alex Jones site is the first thing to come up

00:28:33.980 –> 00:28:38.200
My issue would be if they started

00:28:38.200 –> 00:28:42.480
You know taking his stuff out of the search results

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And and I really would have an issue with that because I think then now because because remember I mean

00:28:47.640 –> 00:28:51.380
Google has decided to be kind of the gatekeeper of the internet

00:28:51.380 –> 00:28:57.040
For the most part and that’s fine, but if they’re going to do that

00:28:57.040 –> 00:29:03.060
There comes a certain responsibilities, and if they started saying okay, well, we don’t think it’s right for that

00:29:03.060 –> 00:29:04.700
You know we’re gonna take it down

00:29:04.700 –> 00:29:07.440
and the reason why I would have an issue with that is because

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If they start doing that then where does it end then?

00:29:11.340 –> 00:29:15.440
Because if they if they start doing you know start start

00:29:15.540 –> 00:29:18.420
You know doing that with search results now all of a sudden now

00:29:18.420 –> 00:29:22.500
They have I mean because I mean I mean believe it or not Google has the power to say okay

00:29:22.500 –> 00:29:26.740
Well, you know you know we don’t want nothing. We don’t want anything with guns on our platform click

00:29:26.740 –> 00:29:30.520
Okay, no more gun related information on our site anymore

00:29:30.520 –> 00:29:35.800
Do I think Google would do that no, but if they’re gonna start taking out individual sites and all that

00:29:35.800 –> 00:29:38.360
I mean it gets that would get to be a point where I would say okay now

00:29:38.360 –> 00:29:40.640
They’re really because that’s really controlling

00:29:40.640 –> 00:29:44.220
You know I mean they get Google is a service by the way

00:29:44.220 –> 00:29:48.340
They’re not you know they are not the internet so but they just happen to be the largest search

00:29:48.340 –> 00:29:50.820
You know person with search now

00:29:50.820 –> 00:29:55.820
My whole issue with that is like I said is as long as I guess I tampering with search results

00:29:55.820 –> 00:30:00.740
then then you start getting that now you start getting into really a little more serious stuff, but

00:30:00.740 –> 00:30:06.620
You know but again, they’re not tampering with a search on there, but if they I mean, but they do have that kind of power

00:30:06.620 –> 00:30:11.020
So imagine if one day Google does somebody to go with oh, yeah, we have a political pressure

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We’re not we’re to click no more guns information. No more. I mean I mean taking a step so no more public information click

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You know I mean now what I think didn’t know because it’d be outrage over it all and I mean the amount of backlash they

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Would get for that would be unbelievable, but I mean it. I mean that that’s the kind of power they have

00:30:26.660 –> 00:30:29.540
Nothing point out to both like the point

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I know a couple people who were talking about that they don’t have Gmail accounts and

00:30:32.420 –> 00:30:39.400
A couple of people that actually email me actually did have Yahoo accounts Yahoo actually had an article up and the other day

00:30:40.220 –> 00:30:43.100
Talking about how they how they’re gonna start

00:30:43.100 –> 00:30:48.640
Do you know how they’re gonna start you know data mining email and scanning everybody’s email and all that for information?

00:30:48.640 –> 00:30:54.460
Content you know information for targeting ads and all that so for those of you that think oh

00:30:54.460 –> 00:30:57.740
I don’t I don’t want my data. You know my email being read. I have a Yahoo account

00:30:57.740 –> 00:31:02.860
Yahoo is starting to do it too, so just so you know that’s something else to think about if you have a Yahoo account

00:31:02.860 –> 00:31:08.180
They’re gonna be start. I have people say me all the time. What what should I you you know?

00:31:08.460 –> 00:31:11.860
The old there’s only really a couple really safe email services out there

00:31:11.860 –> 00:31:18.700
Proton mail is one that I like I don’t use them personally, but I do I have looked into them. They’re really secure

00:31:18.700 –> 00:31:21.500
Everything’s encrypted

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You’re paying for you the email accounts. They don’t read your email like I said, it’s all encrypted

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They don’t even know what your email is you guys put you it uses PGP pretty good privacy

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Which is a really secure protocol for email?

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I would actually recommend if you want the most secure email outside recommend either proton mail or some kind of PGP

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Mail proton mail is the one that I recommend is easy to use not a lot of work to put into it

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But that’s what I recommend is a proton mail. It’s free or you can spend five bucks a month on their premium service, but

00:31:50.280 –> 00:31:56.520
Protonix is all encrypted you actually send people emails, and they will actually if they don’t read them in so long unless you delete them

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You can have password protected email, so there’s a lot you can do here with this so

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They’re the ones that I recommend and really I tell people all the time to use because I think they’re the safest and the most

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secure out there

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Like I said, I have used it in the past. I have checked it out

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I I’m not you know I’m not saying anything’s perfect, but I do believe that they’re one of the best

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So that’s when I’d recommend to the only problem the only thing that’s kind of a gotcha with them is they’re not

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They’re not in this country

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So that’s something um the only thing to the other one. I would say is Dylan. I’d say that’s a bit outlook calm because

00:32:27.720 –> 00:32:32.240
Microsoft and the others my saying that’s because Microsoft hasn’t really gotten their hands caught the cookies are yet

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I’m not saying they’re not but they’re ones that really haven’t you know again?

00:32:36.780 –> 00:32:42.480
It could happen with everything going on you never know, but so I’ve been directing people to either proton mail or um

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The other thing you could do folks if you really want you get like a go daddy account some of that

00:32:46.560 –> 00:32:50.480
I mean that that’s an option not saying it’s your best option, but that’s an option as well

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I know because you get your own private domains

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And they don’t you know so I think there’s some other options for more secure email than a Google account

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But unfortunately if you want to use Google services you need a Google account so it’s kind of you know

00:33:01.480 –> 00:33:04.520
you can’t do it if you don’t but

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So you know that’s one thing

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You know as far as security goes folks. It’s like I said a million times you have a smartphone

00:33:13.040 –> 00:33:14.360
I recommend an iPhone

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I know they’re pricey if you can get the five the five you know you need an older one or like a five

00:33:18.920 –> 00:33:24.040
The five see or or something like that if you’re just gonna do email and all that you don’t need the ladies and greatest iPhone

00:33:24.040 –> 00:33:29.180
I recommend putting passcode on it. You know your fingerprint touch ID is by the best

00:33:29.180 –> 00:33:31.560
You should always have a passcode on your phone

00:33:31.560 –> 00:33:34.620
just so you know folks too if you have a passcode on your phone and

00:33:35.040 –> 00:33:38.480
Somebody should ever confiscate your phone. You don’t have to unlock it. They need a warrant to do that

00:33:38.480 –> 00:33:40.480
So it’s like searching a car or a house

00:33:40.480 –> 00:33:43.480
so I recommend always having a passcode on it and

00:33:43.480 –> 00:33:47.180
The other thing I recommend folks is just you know

00:33:47.180 –> 00:33:51.520
You know like I said iPhone passcode on the phone

00:33:51.520 –> 00:33:55.560
You know if you want me like I said a proton proton email

00:33:55.560 –> 00:34:01.200
Mozilla Firefox or Tor browser. Tor is really really slow, but it is safe

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You know it’s one of those things where unfortunately you know and the other issue is they get you with this is the more private you

00:34:09.280 –> 00:34:15.480
Want to be the more inconvenience you’re going to be that’s the issue and these companies know that they they know that okay

00:34:15.480 –> 00:34:19.520
Well if they don’t want to be watched there are ways to do without it

00:34:19.520 –> 00:34:23.320
But it’s gonna be in convenience and that’s kind of where they get you with this kind of stuff

00:34:23.320 –> 00:34:28.520
So that that’s my only that’s my real big gripe with them is okay. Well. I don’t want this

00:34:28.520 –> 00:34:31.760
I don’t want that but in order for me not to have that I have to have this and it just gets to be a

00:34:31.760 –> 00:34:34.540
Really tough thing it really does

00:34:34.540 –> 00:34:39.640
You know you know how complicated do you want to make you know your life?

00:34:39.640 –> 00:34:42.520
Especially look at somebody like me who runs a podcast you know

00:34:42.520 –> 00:34:46.520
There’s a certain amount of information. I have to share because I want to share this podcast

00:34:46.520 –> 00:34:48.520
I mean, that’s just the way the world works um

00:34:48.520 –> 00:34:52.800
So it gets to be it gets through all those things where it’s a tough situation

00:34:52.800 –> 00:34:58.680
It’s a touchy subject, and it’s one of those things unfortunately. I think there’s gonna be as more and more goes on

00:34:59.680 –> 00:35:06.840
There’s gonna be more and more of problems like this, and I think it’s gonna be harder and harder to you know

00:35:06.840 –> 00:35:10.980
It’s gonna be you know and the same thing goes for anything. I mean

00:35:10.980 –> 00:35:16.640
You know I mean look look at the clip on sample look at Netflix Netflix when they partnered we’re not partnered

00:35:16.640 –> 00:35:20.940
But when they allowed Facebook logins on Netflix now Facebook knows what you’re watching on Netflix

00:35:20.940 –> 00:35:26.280
I mean, it’s you know. It’s one of those things where it’s unbelievable. It’s it’s the world we live in

00:35:27.280 –> 00:35:32.120
And it’s one of those things that there’s no easy way around that if you know if you don’t want these services

00:35:32.120 –> 00:35:33.920
You’re gonna be inconvenienced

00:35:33.920 –> 00:35:39.500
And that’s really what it comes down to and then the other problem is data breaches. You know you start sharing it for me

00:35:39.500 –> 00:35:41.500
And it’s always Facebook’s fault

00:35:41.500 –> 00:35:48.860
You know you use Facebook login to get into a service and that service gets hacked and now you’re your Facebook come from here

00:35:48.860 –> 00:35:52.480
You know information that you shared is compromised is it Facebook’s fault

00:35:52.480 –> 00:35:56.220
No, but I mean that that’s the price you pay for using the sir

00:35:56.220 –> 00:36:01.280
I mean there’s a lot of issues they think about a lot of stuff you have to consider with it and

00:36:01.280 –> 00:36:06.720
Like I said you know if it’s it’s one of those things where it’s gonna be a bigger and bigger thing as we go along

00:36:06.720 –> 00:36:11.920
Further and further along in in this country and with these services in the world. It’s not just America

00:36:11.920 –> 00:36:13.920
It’s the world as well, so

00:36:13.920 –> 00:36:20.680
You know I tell my kids on time don’t put anything up on Facebook or Google or any place that you don’t want somebody else

00:36:20.680 –> 00:36:25.000
To see that’s a general thumb. Don’t post it if you don’t want somebody else to see it

00:36:25.820 –> 00:36:30.100
Especially with the way that privacy settings and all that always kind of garages with these companies

00:36:30.100 –> 00:36:34.100
So like I said like I tell everybody don’t post something that you don’t want somebody else to see online

00:36:34.100 –> 00:36:36.380
That’s general rule that goes for any of them by the way

00:36:36.380 –> 00:36:39.340
Facebook Google any of them so

00:36:39.340 –> 00:36:45.460
You know I tell my kids all time snapchat Instagram don’t post any you want somebody else to see you’re not gonna be a problem

00:36:45.460 –> 00:36:47.180
what’s so

00:36:47.180 –> 00:36:49.520
But like I said, you know security is something to worry about

00:36:50.620 –> 00:36:56.480
Privacy something to worry about and it’s something that’s going to be a bigger and bigger mountain to climb as the years go on

00:36:56.480 –> 00:37:00.860
so that’s something that you really need to talk to your children about talk to your wife about what your family about and

00:37:00.860 –> 00:37:04.120
And see what you’re gonna do what you think is appropriate

00:37:04.120 –> 00:37:06.360
Which is only this brand and set guidelines with your family your kids

00:37:06.360 –> 00:37:09.140
This is what we post is what we don’t post is what we do is what we don’t do

00:37:09.140 –> 00:37:13.640
You know that that’s the best that that’s that’s the best you can do

00:37:13.640 –> 00:37:18.360
Set a ground rules like rules of the house is what we’re gonna do and that’s it so

00:37:19.420 –> 00:37:23.340
You know you do the best you can with it, but unfortunately and I’m always the kids fault

00:37:23.340 –> 00:37:28.280
A lot of stuff as well especially with with schools. You know I first found my daughter school

00:37:28.280 –> 00:37:29.320
They share information on Facebook

00:37:29.320 –> 00:37:35.460
You know tomorrow is such-and-such and who’s coming and people reply with the car you know so now Facebook knows where I’m going even though

00:37:35.460 –> 00:37:39.080
I don’t want them to know I still got a reply back if I want to I mean you know I mean

00:37:39.080 –> 00:37:41.520
it’s one of those things where it’s a tough thing and

00:37:41.520 –> 00:37:44.400
It’s one of those things that we have to

00:37:44.920 –> 00:37:50.140
You know set ground rules and and and find you know and and all that and and I think especially the schools are the ones that

00:37:50.140 –> 00:37:54.760
Are really going to be tough for this and then the government as time goes on is a share what’s inappropriate?

00:37:54.760 –> 00:37:56.760
It’s not inappropriate to share

00:37:56.760 –> 00:38:00.420
You know how do we handle social media in the classroom?

00:38:00.420 –> 00:38:03.820
How don’t we handle it because it’s gonna be part of our children’s daily lives

00:38:03.820 –> 00:38:07.500
And I think to shield them from it at times is a little bit stupid because it’s gonna be part of their lives

00:38:07.500 –> 00:38:12.600
But I don’t understand that district has the school and all that they have responsibilities that they need to

00:38:13.220 –> 00:38:15.220
protect the children and

00:38:15.220 –> 00:38:20.980
But it’s a tough thing because like you said the more you protect them all as far as more of their daily lives and the

00:38:20.980 –> 00:38:22.980
More you don’t give it to the more. It’s inconvenienced

00:38:22.980 –> 00:38:25.400
So I think you know that there’s definitely

00:38:25.400 –> 00:38:28.120
You know

00:38:28.120 –> 00:38:29.480
It’s a mountain to climb

00:38:29.480 –> 00:38:33.100
It’s a hill to climb and it’s something that we’re all gonna have to deal with as we go on and in life

00:38:33.100 –> 00:38:38.400
As always folks. I hope you got something out of this today

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I really hope that this is hopefully an eye-opener for everybody

00:38:41.400 –> 00:38:44.060
And I really hope that if you have any questions you’d contact me

00:38:44.060 –> 00:38:46.060
I will try to answer the questions of the best of my ability

00:38:46.060 –> 00:38:48.620
See kind of a serious topic today

00:38:48.620 –> 00:38:53.820
Not really a slight hearted is but it is something to worry about is something to talk about

00:38:53.820 –> 00:38:58.540
And I do appreciate anybody that sent me some emails about that stuff. It is really important. I’m glad I went over another podcast

00:38:58.540 –> 00:39:05.700
As always like I said you can all roll all of our old episodes at survivalist podcast org on iTunes

00:39:05.700 –> 00:39:10.000
Google stitcher and all places where podcasts are available

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I want to thank everybody for listening, and we will see you on the next episode. Thank you very much

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Thanks so much.