Ubisoft Wants Gamers to Learn What Data a Hacker Can Steal From Their Selfies

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    'Watch Dogs 2' effort leans on AI, as the games developer gets into hacker education.

    People tend to think the world of data capture—as it pertains to their online activity—is limited to web clicks. It is not at all, and Ubisoft wants you to understand that as the gaming company promotes its new hacker-themed video game called Watch Dogs 2, which is due out Nov. 15.

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    Ubisoft is ramping up the hype for their new Watch_Dogs 2 and part of their new campaign is to make people more worried about how bad 'hacking' is, and how easy it is for those evil hackers to grab your smart data and use it from even something as simple as an 'selfie', and part of their 'education' adweek is to teach people about it at the same time promote their game, so check it out today!

    So what do you think, can we learn more about 'hacking' by playing Watch_Dogs 2, and is right to for them to mix 'education' in with 'commercial ads'? -- Try it out yourself at their official site link below, and then let us your comments and feeling about all this! :)


    OFFICIAL SITE: http://selfiereveal.ubisoft.com/

    NEWS SOURCE: Ubisoft Wants Gamers to Learn What Data a Hacker Can Steal From Their Selfies (via) ADWeek
     

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Discussion in 'General Undergound Newz' started by GaryOPA, Nov 3, 2016.

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      If they're that concerned then maybe they shouldn't mandate people use uplay on PC for non-uplay purchases, just another source of information to get hacked.
       

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