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Twitter says hackers downloaded private account data
Twitter has confirmed hackers made use of tools that were supposed to have only been available to its own staff to carry off Wednesday's hack attack.
Twitter hides Trump tweet on Minneapolis unrest...
Twitter attached a disclaimer to a tweet by President Donald Trump on the unrest in Minneapolis on Friday, saying it broke its rules on "glorifying...
Donald Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting...
He added, “There’s no precedent in American history for so small a number of corporations to control so large a sphere of human interaction.”
Instagram Finally Launches Content-Monetization...
The Facebook-owned social platform is rolling out new ways for creators to make money.
Facebook takes aim at Zoom with new video chat...
Zoom shares fall 10% as tech giant launches rival to apps made popular during lockdowns
Facebook completely overhauls Messenger on iOS to...
My favorite type of app update is an update that reduces the bloat. With the new version of Messenger for iOS, Facebook's done that, and in a big way.
Google collecting health data of millions
Google has been hit by a massive backlash after it was revealed that the tech giant had been collecting health data of millions of Americans without...
Apple, Facebook in 107-year feud
Two of the world’s biggest tech companies are locked in a fresh fight for space in a newly renovated New York landmark.
Facebook brings face recognition to all users,...
Tag Suggestions, which used face recognition only to suggest a user to tag friends in photos, has been at the center of a privacy related lawsuit...
Scared Facebook staff do sickening job
Facebook has confirmed it has been paying hundreds of contractors to transcribe the private audio conversations of its users.
Facebook to launch news tab this fall
Facebook is planning to launch a new "news" tab in the next few months, focusing on trustworthy news from prominent publishers.
Twitter Adds 5 Million Daily Users to Flock in Q2,...
Tweaks to user experience help company to better-than-expected profitability of $76m
FaceApp's privacy concerns: How the app compares...
If you think FaceApp's terms and conditions are scary, you might want to check out Facebook's, or any other social networking website for that matter.
Why search is no longer all about Google
Once upon a time, Google was the beginning and end of life online.
Microsoft chairman John Thompson explains why CEO...
He had to downgrade the importance of Microsoft's flagship products: Windows and Office. And he had to overhaul the company's culture to make it...
Trump can’t block Twitter critics: Court
A federal appeals court ruled that Donald Trump cannot legally block users on Twitter based on their political differences with him, affirming a lower...
Inside Instagram's War on Bullying
Today, Instagram says, the outcome would have been different.
Twitter Announces Plan To Label Rule-Breaking...
Twitter said extreme cases – direct threats of violence or calls to commit violence against an individual – are unlikely to be considered in the...
Google Chrome has become surveillance software....
Our latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week. Here’s why Firefox is better.
YouTube to Remove Thousands of Videos Pushing...
The company also said that channels that “repeatedly brush up against our hate speech policies,” but don’t violate them outright, would be removed...
Paying to promote your tweets won’t do much for...
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