This week on The Impromptu, we pose a question: should Facebook be treated like a utility and be broken up? Instead of a social media company, it becomes a social service.
we reflect on the rampant consumerism that is Black Friday, have a larger discussion about how people love buying cheap crap, and wrap up with some privacy news regarding Facebook and a recent LinkedIn snafu.
We unpack the news from last week’s Facebook exposé at The New York Times. And as a bit of miscellany, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Sony pulls out from E3, and the inscrutable Death Stranding!
We discuss the recent details unveiled that seem to indicate Bloomberg’s Chinese hacking story involving microchips on Supermicro logic boards, is not an accurate story.
Facebook is in hot water (AGAIN) with another security breach. We unpack this news along with Sony announcing the ability to change PlayStation user IDs, and what to expect with the upcoming new iPads.