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Facebook asks British users to submit their nudes as protection against revenge porn

6 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

Following on from a trial in Australia, Facebook is rolling out anti-revenge porn measures to the UK. In order that it can protect British users from failing victim to revenge porn, the social network is asking them to send in naked photos of themselves. The basic premise of the idea is: send us nudes, and we'll stop others from seeing them. See also: Zuckerberg's appearance in front of the EU was an utter joke Mark Zuckerberg agrees to appear in front of EU parliament to answer questions about Facebook's use of data Facebook's new Clear History privacy tool will let...
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How to Delete or Deactivate Your Apple ID Account and Data

How to Delete or Deactivate Your Apple ID Account and Data

6 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Apple has launched a new Data and Privacy website that enables users to request a copy of all of the data associated with their Apple ID accounts that the company maintains on its servers. The page also provides options to delete or deactivate an Apple ID by following the step-by-step instructions outlined below.
While any customer anywhere can delete an Apple ID account, Apple says the ability to deactivate an Apple ID account is limited to accounts with locations set in the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland. Apple intends to roll out the deactivation option...
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Enterprise data increasingly accessed from mobile devices

6 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

Enterprise users are increasingly authenticating into applications from non-office networks, with a 10 percent increase in the average number of unique networks according to the latest Trusted Access Report from Duo Security. Duo also found that 43 percent of requests to access protected applications and data came from outside of the corporate office and network. People are logging into applications, networks and systems wherever, and whenever as work hours start to flex to fit different lifestyles, time zones and travel. Steve Manzuik, director of security research at Duo says...
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Apple's new Data and Privacy page offers data access to European users

Apple's new Data and Privacy page offers data access to European users

6 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

As promised in March, Apple today unveiled a new Data and Privacy section of its web site to comply with Europe's GDPR privacy regulations. The page enables some European users to automatically request downloads of personal data Apple has previously collected, and temporarily deactivate their Apple accounts. Apple says that it will roll out t...
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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg failed to answer 40+ questions in yesterday's hearing

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg failed to answer 40+ questions in yesterday's hearing

6 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Google

With the European Parliament having passed some extremely tough privacy legislation, and many members being well-versed in the issues as they relate to tech companies, there were high hopes for yesterday's grilling of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Tough and pertinent questions were indeed asked, far more so than in Congress - but Zuckerberg failed to answer more than 40 of them...
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Facebook To Employ 3,000 More Europeans In 2018: Zuckerberg

6 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Facebook will employ 3,000 more Europeans over the course of this year, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday as part of his Q&A session with the European Parliament. While the meeting was meant to focus on concerns stemming from the Cambridge Analytica scandal and a number of other privacy blunders involving the world's most popular social media network that were reported in recent weeks, little new information emerged from the gathering, with Mr. Zuckerberg mentioning the company's European hiring efforts on two occasions during the 90-minute...
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Mining Non-User Data Protects Facebook User Privacy: CEO

6 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Collecting data of non-users protects the privacy of people using Facebook, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday during his Q&A session with the European Parliament. When questioned about the company's “shadow profiles” which are created with information gathered on people who aren't registered users but have either visited Facebook or one of its partner websites - which are all pages that have any Facebook element embedded into them, including Like buttons - Mr. Zuckerberg said the firm is doing so for the purposes of “security.”
The 34-year-old hasn't directly addressed the question of...
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Samsung Galaxy S9 gets another Android Pie beta update in the U.S., here is...

Samsung Galaxy S9 gets another Android Pie beta update in the U.S., here is what's new

If you own a Galaxy S9 and decided to enroll in the Samsung beta program, you should now see a new Android Pie update on your phone. If you're just waiting for the South Korean... Read more ...

Epic Games pulls all Infinity Blade games from the App Store

Epic Games pulls all Infinity Blade games from the App Store

Bad news for mobile gamers, as Epic Games, makers of Fortnite, have just announced they have decided to remove all Infinity Blade games from the App Store. The multi-awarded... Read more ...

Some apps sell your location data by hiding developers' true intentions

Some apps sell your location data by hiding developers' true intentions

According to today's New York Times, the apps that you have installed on your phone are passing along your location history to advertisers and others willing to pay up for this... Read more ...

Google brings the Lens visual search feature to its iOS search app

Google brings the Lens visual search feature to its iOS search app

Google Lens is a feature that uses a phone's camera to provide a visual search of the image seen in the viewfinder. If it is a product that Lens recognizes, it will tell you... Read more ...

Nintendo Trademark Filings Hint At New Mobile Games

Nintendo Trademark Filings Hint At New Mobile Games

We know that Nintendo is very interested in creating games for mobile, a narrative that was different several years ago when the company was largely against mobile gaming. Now... Read more ...

Google Pay is now available in France, w/ initial support from 6 banks and...

Google Pay is now available in France, w/ initial support from 6 banks and card companies

Google Pay, Google's competitor to mobile payment services with strikingly similar names such as Samsung Pay and Apple Pay, is continuing its global expansion today with its... Read more ...

Honor View 20 also unveiled with a punch-hole display

Honor View 20 also unveiled with a punch-hole display

Not to be out-done by the launch of the Samsung Galaxy A8s , Huawei has unveiled the Honor View 20 which also sports a punch-hole display cutout for the phone's front-facing... Read more ...

Pocophone F1 gets Android Pie update w/ bug fixes, seems to remove notch...

Pocophone F1 gets Android Pie update w/ bug fixes, seems to remove notch settings

Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 is a pretty amazing phone when you look at the bigger picture, but software is one of the areas it takes a hit. This week, however, there's a big plus... Read more ...

OnePlus 6T Screen Unlock in-display fingerprint sensor gets better as you...

OnePlus 6T Screen Unlock in-display fingerprint sensor gets better as you use it, here's how

In-display fingerprint sensors, for better or for worse, are going to be the next big thing in Android smartphones. The OnePlus 6T was one of the first “mainstream” devices to... Read more ...

Apple Pay not dominant enough in Europe to face regulator concerns, but that...

Apple Pay not dominant enough in Europe to face regulator concerns, but that could change

In a new interview with Reuters , European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager cleared Apple when asked about its mobile payment service and competitive issues in... Read more ...