Send a Digital Check to Digital Coffee for $3,000. Yes, you can now send a digital check through an interesting website called Checkbook. This allows individuals and businesses to send people money, without getting checks or a checkbook. This makes it convenient, but my concern is about security. Hacking is a big problem and I hope this company has taken the necessary steps to ensure people’s money and personal information is safe. I am also getting really tired about they way the government has handled encryption. The IRS should have had top encryption for everyone’s personal information, but failed on all levels. These blunders should question the validity of the government wanting weak encryption. Some of us live in the west, but freedom is changing and not for the better. Anyways, there’s more I talk about.
Stories I Discuss:
- Slack adds native voice and video chat
- Facebook makes live a priority in your feed
- UK government wants company to break their encryption
- Alexa wants to help you solve Bruce Wayne‘s murder
- Pebble watches get a price drop
- The FBI finally claims it make a mistake
- DROWN is a new internet vulnerability
- Kiddie helps kids browse safely
- Find out which emojis you use the most
- Wearable shirt acts like an x-ray
- and more!
- What is your opinion on encryption?
- Do you like the idea of modular phones?
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[epq-quote align=”align-left”]The government wants weak encryption, yet the IRS proves that’s a dumb idea[/epq-quote]
[epq-quote align=”align-left”]Finally, a tech company gets the pain of using checks[/epq-quote]
[epq-quote align=”align-left”]At least DROWN was not as bad as Heartbleed![/epq-quote]
[epq-quote align=”align-left”]I’m super excited for modular phones![/epq-quote]
[epq-quote align=”align-left”]FBI finally admitted they made a mistake with the iPhone[/epq-quote]