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Google Is Basically Daring the US to Block Its Fitbit Deal

Google’s plan to buy Fitbit took chutzpah from the start. The company was already being investigated by Congress, state attorneys general, and federal...
Gadget Lab Podcast: Facebook Rebrands, and Google Buys Fitbit

Gadget Lab Podcast: Facebook Rebrands, and Google Buys Fitbit

Given all the criticism, mistrust, and investigations that have been levied at Facebook in the past couple years, one might think that they...
'Terrorists cannot claim privacy,' says govt as it asks Facebook to decrypt private messages

‘Terrorists cannot claim privacy,’ says govt as it asks Facebook to decrypt private messages

India's government asked Facebook Inc on Tuesday to help it decrypt private messages on its network, citing national security requirements in a court...
Facebook India head Ajit Mohan (Mint file)

Gender imbalance in access to Internet is worrying: Facebook India head

New Delhi: The gender imbalance in access to Internet is worrying, and digital products and services created by platforms must ensure that this...
Facebook, Twitter investigations in Ireland reach conclusion

Facebook, Twitter investigations in Ireland reach conclusion

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc. attends the Viva Tech start-up and technology gathering at Parc des Expositions Porte...
EU questions Facebook about risks from libra cryptocurrency

EU questions Facebook about risks from libra cryptocurrency

A facebook crypto currency Libra logo seen displayed on a smartphone.SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty ImagesThe executive branch of the European Union...
US, UK sign agreement to access data from tech companies like Facebook

US, UK sign agreement to access data from tech companies like Facebook

Current U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson (L) and U.S. President Donald Trump meeting at the UN headquarters in New York on September 18,...
Facebook’s Privacy Settlement Argued Consumers Were Never Harmed. Here’s What Experts Think

Facebook’s Privacy Settlement Argued Consumers Were Never Harmed. Here’s What Experts Think

New documents reveal that Facebook didn’t think it harmed consumers when it allowed data from up to to 85 million accounts to...
Federal parties uploading voters’ e-mail addresses to Facebook to show them targeted ads

Federal parties uploading voters’ e-mail addresses to Facebook to show them targeted ads

Political parties are using e-mail addresses they have collected to find voters on Facebook and show them targeted advertising, an activity privacy...
You Can Soon Get Your DNA Sequenced Anonymously

You Can Soon Get Your DNA Sequenced Anonymously

When biomedical researchers go to sleep at night they dream of genomes. Yours, and mine, and all six degrees of Kevin Bacon between...
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facebook: India second in seeking user information from Facebook

BENGALURU/NEW DELHI: The government sent Facebook 22,684 legal and emergency requests for data in the first six months of the year, making India...
Facebook Watch: A Cord Cutting Gem Every Cord Cutter Should Check Out

Facebook Watch: A Cord Cutting Gem Every Cord Cutter Should Check Out

Facebook Watch is Facebook’s video sharing feature which includes creator made content, along with produced premium content. If you haven’t already taken the...
Ntablet Hits Kickstarter with Bold "World's First Commercial Open Source Linux Tablet" Claim

Ntablet Hits Kickstarter with Bold “World’s First Commercial Open Source Linux Tablet” Claim

A team of engineers and programmers has launched a crowdfunding campaign for Ntablet, which they claim is the world's first commercial open source...
Cybersecurity expert Alex Stamos on Facebook’s ‘counter terrorism’ team and the private-public divide – TechCrunch

Cybersecurity expert Alex Stamos on Facebook’s ‘counter terrorism’ team and the private-public divide –...

Alex Stamos rose to fame as the former chief security officer for Yahoo and then Facebook. But today he’s the director of...
Gowin Launches GW1NRF QFN-Packaged FPGA, ARC Processor, and Bluetooth 5.0 Part

Gowin Launches GW1NRF QFN-Packaged FPGA, ARC Processor, and Bluetooth 5.0 Part

Gowin Semiconductor has announced the launch of what it claims is the first field-programmable gate array (FPGA) part to include an integrated Bluetooth...

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