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Dealmaster: Take up to $40 off Amazon Fire TV streamers, Kindles, and Fire tablets

3 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains , we have another round of deals to share. Every now and then, Amazon will drop the price on a collection of its Fire TV media streamers, Fire tablets, and Kindle e-readers, and today is one of those days.
Many of these discounts require you to be a Prime subscriber, but if you're one of the millions who already pays Amazon for expedited shipping, you can grab a Fire HD 8, the cheap tablet to beat these days, for $55. Or pick up a Kindle Paperwhite-generally considered the best e-reader for most-for $80. That's good for $25 and...
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Facebook Announces $40,000 Bounty For Data Misuse Reports

Facebook Announces $40,000 Bounty For Data Misuse Reports

3 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

The next step in Facebook's strategy to regain the trust of its users following the Cambridge Analytica data misuse scandal is the announcement of a $40,000 bounty. The world's largest social network has launched this “data abuse” bounty program through which it will reward those who report misuse of user data by app developers. Facebook timed the announcement of this bounty program before the start of its CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress on the data misuse scandal.
People who report cases of data misuse by app developers stand to make anywhere from $500 to $40,000. They...
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Facebook launches Data Abuse Bounty with rewards of up to $40,000

3 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

With at least 87 million Facebook users affected by the data abuse by Cambridge Analytica, the social network is now on a mission to clean up its image. After rolling out tools, issuing notifications, and testifying in front of Congress, Facebook is launching a new bounty program that rewards people who report instances of data abuse. The Data Abuse Bounty is a new program that offers from $500 to $40,000, and it aims to clamp down on the misuse of data by app developers. Launched just before Mark Zuckerberg's testimonies this week, it's a clear attempt by Facebook to curry...
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Facebook introduces new ‘Data Abuse Bounty' with rewards up to $40,000

Facebook introduces new ‘Data Abuse Bounty' with rewards up to $40,000

3 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

As Facebook is aggressively trying to regain the trust of its users , the company is now introducing a new Data Abuse Bounty program that will reward people up to $40,000 if a data abuse breach has been found.
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Facebook will pay you a cash bounty to hunt down the next Cambridge Analytica

Facebook will pay you a cash bounty to hunt down the next Cambridge Analytica

3 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

As part of its effort to prove that it's changed its ways following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has announced a Data Abuse Bounty - a cash fee for anyone who can point the finger of blame at other apps developer misusing personal information. The new reward is much like Facebook's existing Bug Bounty Program , which provides cash and kudos to experts who report potential security vulnerabilities and give the company time to fix them before telling anyone else. To report data abuse, you'll need first-hand knowledge and proof of the developer's wrongdoing. This could involve...
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Facebook smart speaker patent shows what its next data collector could look like

Facebook smart speaker patent shows what its next data collector could look like

3 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

Between data scandals, apologies, updates, and congressional hearings, Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg have been juggling quite a lot recently. It's unsurprising, therefore, that reports have recently emerged that the social media Goliath is delaying the reveal of its home smart speaker. However, in a somewhat poetic instance of information being released before it's wanted, a recent patent application has revealed what Facebook's smart speaker may look like. Titled ‘Electronic Device' and filed in December 2016, the patent reveals more about what the speaker looks like rather than any...
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Facebook Will Now Pay You Up To $40,000 To Report Data Abusers

3 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Facebook will now pay you up to $40,000 for reporting a single data abuser, the company announced Tuesday, having detailed its new data abuse bounty program meant to encourage the online community to help the social media giant police its own platform and prevent another incident reminiscent of the Cambridge Analytica ordeal that's still unraveling. Anyone who reports a Facebook app developer that abuses collected user data or harvests it in an improper manner and has compromised over 10,000 users through such activities will be eligible for a reward starting at $500 and ending at the...
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Instagram unleashes a wave of honesty with its new Questions feature

Instagram unleashes a wave of honesty with its new Questions feature

The social media app Instagram launched a new function that lets users ask questions on their Instagram Stories. Confusion among users about how the feature works led to some... Read more ...

‘Middlemen selling Americans' smartphone location to the highest bidder,'...

‘Middlemen selling Americans' smartphone location to the highest bidder,' says senator

Apple takes careful steps to protect your location data, requiring apps to ask for permission to access it, and allowing you to decide whether to permit foreground or... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: Remote Mouse, Bilingual Child, I Am and More

Today's Apps Gone Free: Remote Mouse, Bilingual Child, I Am and More

Turn any iDevice into a remote control, get your child started with a foreign language, and build self esteem with today's collection of apps and games. All app prices are... Read more ...

Uber Updates iOS App With New Features Aimed at Simplifying Pickups

Uber Updates iOS App With New Features Aimed at Simplifying Pickups

Uber today announced new tools for its iOS app that aim to simplify and streamline stressful pickup situations for both riders and drivers. To start, there's a new "Spotlight... Read more ...

Adobe Creating Full Photoshop iPad App

Adobe Creating Full Photoshop iPad App

Bloomberg has this week revealed that Adobe is currently in the process of creating a full version of their hugely popular Photoshop software for the Apple iPad, as part of a... Read more ...

Office for Android and iOS get a slew of new features in the latest update

Office for Android and iOS get a slew of new features in the latest update

Microsoft has just updated some of the apps included in the Office package, which are now available in the App Store and Google Play Store as separate downloads. Word, Outlook... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: Watered, Chroma Keyboard and Tower of Fortune

Today's Apps Gone Free: Watered, Chroma Keyboard and Tower of Fortune

Monitor your water intake, light up your keyboard, and play a retro-style RPG with todays collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at any time and... Read more ...

Full Adobe Photoshop For iPad Being Developed

Full Adobe Photoshop For iPad Being Developed

Apple has been focusing on enabling users to do much more with the iPad than they ever could. The company added many features with iOS 11 to offer PC-like functionality but... Read more ...

Feature Request: Audio Quick Look previews for Logic Pro sessions in Finder

Feature Request: Audio Quick Look previews for Logic Pro sessions in Finder

The Quick Look feature in macOS has always been a particularly useful, albeit somewhat unremarkable feature in Apple's desktop environment. Select any file in the Finder, hit... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: Watered, Chroma Keyboard and Tower of Fortune

Today's Apps Gone Free: Watered, Chroma Keyboard and Tower of Fortune

Monitor your water intake, light up your keyboard, and play a retro-style RPG with today's collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at any time and... Read more ...