US Federal Authorities Demand User Data from Google in YouTube Investigation

US Federal Authorities Demand User Data from Google in YouTube Investigation

US federal authorities have ordered Google to provide names, addresses, phone numbers, and viewing histories of users who watched specific YouTube videos, according to Forbes magazine. Additionally, the authorities requested the IP addresses of those who viewed the videos without being logged in. The government’s request is linked to an investigation into a suspected crime committed by the publisher of[Read More…]

Escalating Cost of Living Creating Poverty Pandemic

Escalating Cost of Living Creating Poverty Pandemic

In a stark revelation, a recent survey by wealth manager RBC Brewin Dolphin has unveiled that 26% of individuals in the UK, earning a six-figure salary, find themselves living pay cheque to pay cheque. This disclosure sheds light on the pervasive impact of the escalating cost of living, with nine in 10 attributing their financial strain to the relentless surge[Read More…]

The homes of hostages were bombed by Israel

Israeli Shelled Own Citizens, According to Reports

In a shocking turn of events on October 7, the Israeli military received orders to shell Israeli homes and even their own bases as part of a stated bid to neutralize Palestinian gunmen, it has been reported. Testimonies from witnesses on the ground and emerging evidence point to a series of controversial decisions made by military commanders, raising questions about[Read More…]

The NHS is monitoring patient lifestyles

Privacy Concerns Rise as NHS Uses AI to Monitor Patient’s Lives

In a move raising eyebrows, the NHS is venturing into the realm of artificial intelligence to monitor people’s eating and drinking habits, with a focus on minimizing “avoidable” hospital admissions. As part of a pilot scheme launched in Buckinghamshire, the tracking extends to everyday appliances like kettles and fridges, prompting concerns about privacy and the extent to which technology is[Read More…]

Al Jazeera Arabic's Gaza bureau chief, Wael Dahdouh cradles his son

Israeli Military Targets Families of Journalists

In a tragic escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip, Israeli airstrikes have claimed the lives of at least twenty Palestinian journalists, marking one of the deadliest days for local reporters since the onset of the military’s bombing campaign nearly three weeks ago. The international community is increasingly alarmed as Big Tech platforms, in coordination with Tel Aviv, play a[Read More…]