Jason Voiovich’s article focuses on a subject of recent attention by Congress, privacy groups and journalists, both in the U.S. and abroad. Tech Giants distribute services and applications that are free, but nevertheless track and monitor your mobile activities – collecting, aggregating and monetizing information about many facets of your daily life. In this case, Voiovich discusses Google Maps with the understanding that his evaluation is applicable to many other services and companies – all of whom are providing you with their “services” at no “cost” until such time as you understand the price you are really paying to use them.
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Genevieve Zook’s article is an actionable pathfinder to identifying inaccurate and false content published and shared online in multiple formats, including: news, social media activity, videos, photos, speeches and government documents. Zook references reliable tools and resources authored by librarians, educators, researchers and journalists that apply techniques critical to distinguishing the Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose of information with which we interact daily.