In episode 93 of our monthly show we review the Firewalla home network device, talk about the 15 most dangerous (or scary) apps for kids that parents need to be aware of, and the rise of the “deepfake”! Watch the recording of our live stream on YouTube (we’re not sure what happened with Scott’s out-of-sync and choppy video so we apologize for our technical difficulties):
Here are the show notes and links to articles discussed during the show:
Tom’s review of the Firewalla home network protection device
- Description of the Firewalla Blue and Firewalla Red
- Firewalla router compatibility list
- Information about compatibility with mesh routers like Google WiFi
- Charts and graphs regarding network usage in the mobile app
- Information about activity and parental controls
- Buy one on Amazon
15 Most Dangerous Apps for Kids
The Rise of the Deepfake
- Deepfake video of Mark Zuckerberg
- Guardian article about “The rise of the deepfake and the threat to democracy” which also has the clips of the Jimmy Fallon deepfake and Nancy Pelosi edited video (not a deepfake)
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