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Some Data In Facebook Scandal May Not Have Been Deleted

03/29/2018, The data misuse scandal that Facebook finds itself in has led to many problems for the company. It’s facing lawsuits and inquiries by forums such as the United States Congress. The scandal broke about a week ago when it was revealed that a company...

Amazon May Offer Checking Accounts For Teens

03/29/2018, It was first reported earlier this month that Amazon could launch an own-brand checking account in partnership with big banks. The company was reportedly thinking about launching an account with banks like JP Morgan Chase & Co. The bank account would...

Facebook Makes It Easier To Find Privacy Tools

03/28/2018, Facebook has been dealing with the fallout from the data abuse scandal that broke about a week ago. The company is now embroiled in legal and regulatory hurdles as forums such as the Congress and the UK parliament hound the company for answers. Facebook...


Google Chrome Will Soon Let You Cast Local Files

03/28/2018, Google’s casting functionality works like a charm when you’re casting a webpage, video or even the entire screen to a TV but there has long been one glaring shortcoming. It didn’t allow users to cast local files from the PCs to the TV...

Playboy Joins The #DeleteFacebook Movement

03/28/2018, The #deletefacebook movement has been picking up a lot of steam recently after the social network’s data abuse scandal broke. The movement calls on users to delete their Facebook accounts in protest but the social network has been trying to calm...

Mozilla’s New Firefox Extension Will Isolate Facebook Tracking

03/27/2018, There’s a broader conversation taking place now about how companies like Facebook use and protect the treasure trove of data that they have on their users. Amid the #deletefacebook campaign that’s gathering steam, Mozilla has offered a new...

Twitter Confirms Ban On Cryptocurrency Ads

03/26/2018, Facebook and Google recently announced that they would no longer allow ads for cryptocurrencies on their platforms. It was reported about a week ago that Twitter was mulling a similar move on its platform to protect its users against scammers taking...

Facebook’s Local News Focus Expanded Globally

03/26/2018, Facebook announced back in January this year that it would start displaying more local news in the News Feed. This meant that users would likely see more stories from their local newspaper or TV station. The change was limited to the United States...

Facebook Data Scandal Now Being Investigated By The FTC

03/26/2018, Facebook has been ensnared in a data privacy scandal after it was revealed that Cambridge Analytica had improperly harvested data on the social network’s users. While Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg have since apologized and promised to do more...

Craigslist Closes Dating Ads Section In The U.S.

03/25/2018, Popular classified advertisements website Craigslist has sections devoted to housing, jobs, services, and even dating. However, the “personals” section has often been used for ads that promote prostitution and child sexual abuse. Craigslist...

Mozilla Stops Advertising On Facebook Following Data Leak

03/22/2018, You may have heard the news about a data leak that was recently confirmed by Facebook. The company has offered its explanation and says that it plans to take concrete steps to ensure that something like this never happens again but a #deletefacebook...