President Barack Obama is speaking out about the use of so-called "deepfake" technology to create videos that appear to show him cursing and saying things he would not say - at least not publicly.
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A creepy new app is gaining in popularity on social media. The app allows users to superimpose a star's face on a porn actor's body. The technology has privacy implications for consumers everywhere.
A viral photo that shows superstar Alex Rodriguez reading while doing his business on the toilet may land a hedge fund employee in hot water.
Everyone has an "I think my phone is listening" story. Sandrarose.com readers often report seeing advertisements pop up online after they say certain phrases in private conversations. It's not a coincidence.
Embattled and disgraced LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling has agreed to relinquish ownership of the Clippers to his estranged wife of 59 years, Rochelle "Shelly" Sterling. Gossip tabloid TMZ.com reports that Shelly has agreed to sell the team -- but only on her terms.
According to TMZ, Shelly is in secret negotiations with NBA officials, who are ramping up efforts to force Donald Sterling to sell the team after he was secretly recorded telling his ex-mistress, V. Stiviano, not to bring black men (specifically Magic Johnson) to his games.
In George Orwell's classic novel 1984, citizens lived under constant threat of a totalitarian government that sought to control their thoughts -- even in the privacy of their own homes.
In his strongly worded piece for ESPN.com, sports writer Jason Whitlock examines the events that led to the downfall of billionaire Donald Sterling, the LA Clippers' octogenarian owner who became a victim of an invasion of privacy by a media conglomerate that threatens freedom of speech and the right to privacy.