The Switch: Microsoft is using your data to target political ads on Xbox Live
The technology is Microsoft’s way of leveraging its living-room dominance and leaping into the lucrative political ad market.
The Switch: Last year’s CBS blackout was terrible for everyone. Here’s one attempt to fix it.
The FCC wants to limit the power of TV stations to negotiate with cable companies for content fees.
The Switch: Edward Snowden, celebrity?
The former NSA contractor has become increasingly outspoken in recent months.
The Switch: Republicans voted to condemn the NSA last month. Now at CPAC, they’re silent.
It’s the biggest conservative conference of the year. And nobody’s said a peep yet about surveillance.
The Switch: This lawmaker thinks you should know about ‘icky’ smartphone snooping
Smartphone tracking at stores reveals the messy world of digital privacy.
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