This week in social media, experts warned that one of the most recent viral hits on Facebook, the "Most Used Words" app, is a privacy-infringing nightmare. Meanwhile, Snapchat launched a challenge to Twitter …
The Latin Post · 5 minutes ago
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We all knew it before we signed up; but that doesn’t make it right. Time after time, the social media behemoth, Facebook, reminds us that they hold our privacy in the same esteem as NASA holds Pluto. From their …
Examiner · 9 hours ago
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To date, around 25,000 individuals have signed up to privacy advocate Max Schrem’s Facebook complaint stating that they want to join in his actions. However, the ultimate decision on whether or not the case will be …
IMSoup · 11 hours ago
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Facebook is full of fun games, apps, quizzes, and more, but you really shouldn’t trust every single thing you see on it. Facebook hoaxes always make the rounds, and sometimes, they aren’t just useless or playful. One …
The Inquisitr · 11/27/2015
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KARACHI: Saturday afternoon at the Tulip hall in the Beach Luxury hotel saw a large number of frazzled parents, many of whom had been put on Facebook’s ‘restricted’ list by their children. They wanted to know …
The Express Tribune · 5 hours ago
If you have an account on Facebook, you may have noticed posts featuring a nicely designed cloud comprised of the words that your Facebook friends use most often. It's powered by an app from a company called …
Yahoo Finance · 11/26/2015
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An online quiz that illustrates the words you use the most on Facebook as a "word cloud" has gone viral -- and it's a great reminder of why you should be wary of connecting ostensibly fun games with your account.
Engadget · 11/23/2015
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while also placing before the court the current terms of service and privacy policy of YouTube. The government had earlier placed before the court the standard agreement that it has with Facebook. The department said it …
Daily News and Analysis · 1 hour ago
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That said, so does just about every app on Facebook. The Britain blog Comparitech called "Most Used Words" a "privacy nightmare." In addition to giving the app permission to read and analyze all of your Facebook status …
NewsFactor Network · 2 hours ago
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More than 25,000 people have so far signed on to join privacy advocate Max Schrems' complaint against Facebook. However, it will be up to the Austrian Supreme Court to decide whether they can make their cases …
Enterprise Security Today · 2 hours ago
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