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Thought Leadership
April 23, 2019

Cryptographic Backdoors and Why Policy Makers Shouldn’t Do Math

Generally speaking, I don’t trust policymakers to do math. This isn’t a new thing. In 1894, the Indiana State Legislature attempted to set the value of Pi to 3.2 via…
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Voice assistant privacy becomes more of a concern with every news article about them
Blog
April 17, 2019

Yes, humans listen to smart speaker recordings. Can it be done right?

On April 11, 2019, stories began making the rounds highlighting that Amazon employs thousands of people worldwide to transcribe users' Alexa queries to help improve the Alexa software. The original…
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The first GDPR fine has been levied against google for targeting users for data
BlogNewsThought Leadership
February 13, 2019

Google Targeting Users for Data – The First GDPR Privacy Fine

Google is a modern day oracle. Like the flawed heroes of tragedy, we ask it to answer our questions, solve our problems and tell us “why”. Ask Google how to…
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Mycroft will soon implement Mycroft Single Sign-On for all sites in our web footprint.
RoadmapTechnicalThought Leadership
October 2, 2018

Mycroft Single Sign-On: Balancing Convenience and Privacy

Two Anniversaries My wife and I celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary this week. With the date falling in the middle of the week, we decided to take the day off…
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Mycroft for Desktop and Mobile platforms like Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android will be a key focus in 2019
RoadmapThought Leadership
September 19, 2018

Why Cross-Platform will be a Focus in 2019

Senior leaders in Silicon Valley took the wrong lesson from Steve Jobs. Leadership at Amazon, Google, and Facebook got the idea that the way to win a new industry is…
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