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The Shadow State: NeuralHash & Apple’s Post-Privacy World Authored by Jonathan Turley, In the last week, Apple unveiled “NeuralHash,” a tool that will hasten our move toward a dystopian post-privacy world. The company informed the world this week that it would be adding the NeuralHash to its network of over a billion iPhones, storage platforms, and other resources. The
Woke Nonsense Is Warping Everyday Life Authored by Victor Davis Hanson, Americans are growing angrier by the day, but in a way different from prior sagebrush revolts such as the 1960s Silent Majority or the Tea Party movement over a decade ago. The rage this time is not just fueled by conservatives. For the first
Joe Biden wants to spend money like a running soda fountain. The only problem is that the cup will never be filled thanks to Biden’s inflation.
Doctors are questioning the concept of colorblindness in patient care as a racist holdover that benefits white people. And some openly acknowledge that prioritizing non-whites for medical care to compensate for historical wrongs may result in a greater loss of life. But increasingly they say that society must take this route as a matter of
In January 2011, Vice President Joe Biden said that America will not cut and run in 2014 when the US-led military coalition plans to hand over control of security to Afghan forces. Speaking after a meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Biden said training and aid will continue even after responsibility for security is handed
Facebook is about to make its first data center investment in Arizona, and it is a big one. The Silicon Valley-based tech company and social media giant announced Thursday it is starting construction on an $800 million data center in Mesa. It’s the 14th data center in the United States and the 18th globally. It
The practice was initially installed at the height of the pandemic in May 2020
I’ve written many times about how big businesses often climb in bed with politicians to lobby for anti-market policies such as subsidies, bailouts, and protectionism. To get these special favors, they often deploy the “baptists and bootleggers” strategy, which means finding some nice-sounding reason for special interest policies. For instance, the big health insurance firms
Wait, you mean to tell me we’ve all had the power to take care of ourselves all along?!