Some of the articles I read talk about personal data that they have and wonder where is it being sent to and how some people are getting it.All day long, you’re giving your data up. This is NOT NEW. Technically, what AcccuWeather did is more than likely legal, but it violates the Spirit Of Customers Are Always Right, Even If They Don’t Know What They Are Talking About. It also fails the Front Page Test, and well, when that happens it’s time for a crucifixion! And people feel uncomfortable about it. Some have found out the it takes 1000 dollars for someone to be able to get your personal data. Which has made privacy concerns for some families and some package traveling info has been targeted as well. Also some people should not share where they are at because it could be a target for thiefs or might redirect people from where you are

technology spot light

This is a homework project for computer programming and I chose the tv. The tv is a flat screen device I use to watch my favorite shows, sports, news, and other events for entertainment. The data accepts are a list of my favorite shows I watch to shows I recently watched. When I want for find something for example a shark movie to watch it will display a set of random movies because right away it doesn't know exactly what I want to watch. So I scroll through them and tap on the one I want to watch. If I"m choosing a channel in the 60s for example it will show me different networks for me to choose from. Also it can keep track of the shows I watch so it can help me find the show I would like to watch and not having to wait flipping through each network till I find what I am looking for.

Get Ready for school

1. Get up at 6 am
2. Eat breakfast
3. Get dressed
4. Get stuff together
5. Go to bus stop at 6:45
7 6:50 get on bus and go to school