Bipul Lama believes Facebook is spying on him.
And he’s got proof, sort of. Lama performed a test. For two days, all he talked about was Kit-Kats.
“The next day, all I saw on my Instagram and Facebook were Kit-Kat ads,” Lama said.
After his Kit-Kat experiment, he successfully repeated it with chatter about Lysol. The 23-year-old musician is now more convinced than ever that Facebook is listening to his conversations through his phone’s microphone.
“It listens to key words. If you say a word enough times, the algorithm catches those words and it sets off targeted ads,” Lama theorized.
Lama is far from alone. The belief that Facebook is actively listening to people through their phones has become a full-on phenomenon. Facebook has, of course, denied it does this. That has done little to dampen the ongoing paranoia around the theory.
Because it is just a theory… right?
Something new I learned today — doing
Will auto logout your current shell/login session after that many seconds.
Very useful if you hook this into the root account’s profile or as a default to all users so people can’t leave terminals open
An interesting quote popped up on my screen this morning
As someone who has tinkered with multiple distributions, this will be a great way to try out multiples
I’ve signed the petition.
Rarely I post stuff from Facebook due to my bad history with them, but this (via Mashable) is pretty damn good
Another female captain to add to the diverse list of captains of Star Trek vessels. And I’m actually happy it’s finally someone from the East. Even more so, someone with a history of action films. Patrick Stewart had a history of films behind him too, but not all were action, and is mostly famous for his Shakespeare work.