The most invasive tech spying on you is this unexpected (and massive) piece of equipment

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By Jena Warburton It’s an interesting time to be a digital citizen in 2023. The rise of artificial intelligence (AI), smart homes and cities, centralized and decentralized currencies, and autonomous systems should give us pause to consider just how rapidly technology is intensifying — and what it means for the human experience. Yet we increasingly integrate tech in our day-to-day lives, clamoring for the latest iPhone, wearable device, electric vehicle, leering at TikTok, and pouring our minds out on ChatGPT. DON’T MISS: Apple just made an acquisition that will give it a massive foothold in th…

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