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导演: 盖·里奇
编剧: 尼古拉斯·布赫里夫 / 艾瑞克·贝斯纳 / 盖·里奇 / 马恩·戴维斯 / 伊凡·阿特金森
主演: 杰森·斯坦森 / 霍特·麦克卡兰尼 / 罗奇·威廉姆斯 / 乔什·哈奈特 / 杰弗里·多诺万 / 更多…
类型: 动作 / 犯罪
制片国家/地区: 美国 / 英国
语言: 英语
上映日期: 2021–05–10(中国大陆) / 2021–04–22(俄罗斯) / 2021–05–07(美国)
片长: 118分钟 / 115分钟(中国大陆)
又名: 玩命钞劫(台) / 运钞车 / Cash Truck
IMDb: tt11083552

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在一次全副武装的运钞车劫案中,梅斯先生(杰森·斯坦森 饰)的儿子作为案发目击者被劫匪杀害。怒火中烧的梅斯为报丧子之仇,化身H卧底成为运钞车安保,试图找出杀害他儿子的劫匪以及与劫匪暗中勾结的安保公司内鬼。

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When you join the fast-growing, invite-only social media app Clubhouse — lucky you! — one of the first things the app will ask you to do is grant it access to your iPhone’s contacts. A finger icon points to the “OK” button, which is also in a bolder font and more enticing than the adjacent “Don’t Allow” option. You don’t have to do it, but if you don’t, you lose the ability to invite anyone else to Clubhouse.
Once you’ve agreed to upload your phone’s address book, Clubhouse uses it to recommend people to follow who are already on the app, which is common practice for social apps these days. But it soon becomes apparent that Clubhouse also takes it a few steps further, in ways that are both creative and a little creepy.
When I granted the app access to my contacts, within hours it was nudging me to invite my former pediatrician, barber, and a health worker who once cared for my dying father to join Clubhouse — and sending me push notifications every time someone from my contacts signed up so I could welcome them via private chat and “walk them in.”
Granting an app access to your contacts is ethically dicey, even if it’s an app you trust. If you’re like most people, the contacts in your phone include not just your real-life friends, but also old acquaintances, business associates, doctors, bosses, and people you once went on a bad date with. For journalists, they might also include confidential sources (although careful journalists will avoid this). When you upload those numbers, not only are you telling the app developer that you’re connected to those people, but you’re also telling it that those people are connected to you — which they might or might not have wanted the app to know. For example, say you have an ex or even a harasser you’ve tried to block from your life, but they still have your number in their phone; if they upload their contacts, Clubhouse will know you’re connected to them and make recommendations on that basis.
Some social networks even use this sort of info to start building secret dossiers on people who don’t use the app, sometimes called “shadow profiles.” (Facebook is a notable example, though almost certainly not the only one.) For instance, if User A uploads the number of a person named C who isn’t on the app, and User B also uploads the same number, now the app knows that C is connected to B and A, even though C has never used the app at all. While Clubhouse did not respond to my request for comment, it seems evident from the app that it is collecting at least some information about non-Clubhouse users, linked to their phone numbers.
There are at least two additional ways in which Clubhouse appears to take users’ contact data further than the norm.
The first is that as soon as someone who was in your address book joins Clubhouse, you’ll get a notification from the app that they’ve just joined, prompting you to “welcome” them and “walk them in.” Tapping on that notification takes you to a private Clubhouse room with both the new user and any other user who may have also had them in their contacts.
There’s some potentially delightful serendipity here — I joined a welcome room for a person I hadn’t talked to in years on a whim, and while they weren’t actually there, I wound up virtually meeting some other random mutual friends of theirs. Which is cool, although you can probably also imagine scenarios in which being thrown into a private room with people you’ve never met might be less delightful. Still, it’s a sort of high-touch approach that heightens the, well, clubby feeling that has been a big part of Clubhouse’s early appeal.
The second surprising way that Clubhouse harnesses your contact information is revealed when you go to invite others to the app. Tapping on the “invite” tab pulls up a list of what seems to be all the contacts in your phone whose numbers aren’t already associated with an account that has been invited to Clubhouse. The twist is that the list also shows you how many “friends on Clubhouse” each of those people already has — and ranks them from most connected to least connected.

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