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  1. The Illinois Keep Internet Devices Safe Act would have empowered average people to sue big companies for recording them without consent, but industry association lobbying defanged it. An Illinois bill that sought to empower average people to file lawsuits against tech companies for recording them without their knowledge via microphone-enabled devices was defanged this week after lobbying from trade associations representing Silicon Valley giants. On Wednesday, the Illinois State Senate passed the Keep Internet Devices Safe Act, a bill that would ban manufacturers of devices that can record audio from doing so remotely without disclosing it to the customer. But after lobbying from trade associations that represent the interests of Google, Amazon—makers of the microphone-enabled Google Home and Alexa smart speakers, respectively—and Microsoft, among other companies, the interests of big tech won out. In the bill’s original form, users could file a complaint with the Illinois Attorney General’s office that could lead to penalties of up to $50,000. But after technology trade associations, led by the Internet Association objected, claimed that the state’s definition of a “digital device” was too broad, and that the Act would lead to “private litigation which can lead to frivolous class action litigation,” the bill was scaled back. In its current, neutered form, the bill provides exclusive authority to the Attorney General to enforce the Act, which means regular citizens won’t be able to bring forward a case regarding tech giants recording them in their homes. Matt Stoller, a research fellow at Open Markets Institute, an anti-monopoly advocacy group, shared the lobbying groups’ statements on Twitter. Just this week, a report from Bloomberg detailed how Amazon employs thousands of people around the world to listen to commands spoken to its line of Echo speakers in order to improve its Alexa digital assistant, sometimes even after users opt out of having their data used in the program. Amazon workers reportedly heard the terms people were searching for online, private conversations, and unsettling situations like a potential assault—all connected to the user’s Amazon ID number and personally identifying information like their name. The bill arrived in Illinois’ House of Representatives today, but unless Illinois’ Attorney General makes privacy violations an active priority, it’s not likely the bill will provide much more protection for consumers. Source
  2. Hello, I know that most cameras for 4k shooting can get up there in price, so curious for those that may have knowledge about this to give in input. I'll be attending a few concerts early next year and thought to upgrade from my old Sony DSC_WX35 that did well for 1080p recording to do some 4k recording. I know some may say to just use your phone camera to record, but I guess for me, when it comes to recording video I'm more of a Point-and-Shoot camera than using a phones (more or less my recently purchased OnePlus 6T definitely doesn't do that well in low light.) So curious what recommendations there are that don't break your wallet, so I'm hoping something that's under $700 maybe even $600. As these will be used for concerts (low-light). I saw a few but unsure if they are that great. I know a few have recommended to me the Sony RX100 (IV/V/VI) but those are definitely on the upper price range, even the IV. The below are some I saw that seem reasonably priced: Sony DSC-HX99 Canon PowerShot SX740 Panasonic LX10 Panasonic DMC ZS100 Of course open to others, but I guess overall for me is how the 4k recording is, and I think for the most part most only allow up to 5mins of recording, correct? {And then I'd most likely need to purchase a memory stick for it too.} Thank you.
  3. FonePaw Screen Recorder, a professional video screen recording software will capture your screen for Windows computer in several steps. Create your own video for specific region/webcam with or without audios here. What You Can Do with FonePaw Screen Recorder? Audio Recording Record screen and audio togther from both systems and Microphones. For Mac, system sound is not supported now. Record Video From Webcam It is possible to record your webcam video only or along with screen activity. Take A Screenshot One click to capture your desktop or get a snapshot from the recording video. Annotation Create the unique video with drawing or adding texts, arrows to the recording or screenshot. Customize Recording Area Select the entire computer screen or part of it to begin your capturing. Track Your Mouse Make cursor stand out and show the mouse clicks to customize your recordings. Export to Multiple Formats The recorded videos can be saved in different video formats in output settings. MP4 is recommended. Set Video/Audio Quality The output video and audio quality can be set as High, Medium and Low. Hotkeys Set up hotkeys for certain operation so you can take quick action when recording. One-Click Preview Quickly check the recorded history (videos and screenshots) and you can share or delete in one click. Schedualed Settings Easily set the recording length for the video as you like (only on Windows version). GIF Maker Export recording as GIF image and set up its frame rate (only on Windows version). Blog: https://www.fonepaw.com/recorder/record-screen-windows-mac.html Guide: https://www.fonepaw.com/screen-recorder/guide.html Whats New in Win 1.0.0 & Mac 1.0.6: New feature released: Capture desktop screen with audios and webcam. Home: https://www.fonepaw.com/screen-recorder/ Changelog /Sys Req / Supported Devices: https://www.fonepaw.com/screen-recorder/reference.html Downloads: Installer - Win-Free: https://www.fonepaw.com/downloads/screen-recorder.exe Installer - Mac-Free: https://www.fonepaw.com/downloads/mac-screen-recorder.dmg Installer + Fix: Site: https://openload.co Sharecode: /f/l0qNBD7kEyw/FonePaw_Screen_Recorder_1.0.0.rar Site: https://megaup.net Sharecode: /4Xs5/FonePaw_Screen_Recorder_1.0.0.rar
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