Tim Cook has launched an assault on Google and Facebook’s Big Data model, even as most consumers remain in the dark about how companies use their personal information. In recent remarks to the Electronic …
Daily Beast · 7 minutes ago
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Lots of people who use Facebook have problems with it. Many are annoyed that they don’t see all their friends in their newsfeed. Some are irked at the proliferation of ads on the site. Some are up in arms at …
Inside Counsel · 7/1/2015
BRUSSELS—A Viennese court said Wednesday that it rejected a complaint by a 27-year-old Austrian activist against social-media company Facebook Inc. because the court ruled it didn’t have jurisdiction for the …
Wall Street Journal · 7/1/2015
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The rainbows are the latest sign of the important place social media has taken in our lives, when it comes to self-expression, politics and privacy. Rainbow-tinted celebrities have popped up all around, and not just …
SavannahNow · ByBarbara Ortutay · 2 hours ago
Last week, Facebook showed us how to add a rainbow filter to our profile pictures to celebrate Pride. Now, people are freaking out because Facebook may be tracking who made their pictures polychrome and who didn't.
Refinery29 · 7/1/2015
Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites would be required ... and weapons of mass destruction. (d) PROTECTION OF PRIVACY.—Nothing in this section may be construed to require an electronic …
ABC News · ByRhonda Schwartz andBrian Ross · 7/1/2015
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Computer Weekly · 1 day ago
You think privacy controls are stressful now? Just wait until we're sharing status updates telepathically. During a Q&A, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he believes computer-assisted telepathy will be in our future.
CNet · ByBridget Carey · 7/1/2015
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The product and litigation deputy plays a crucial role, because some of Facebook's previous stumbles revolved around product rollouts and privacy concerns. In 2009, Facebook settled a class action over the use of its … · 1 day ago
VIENNA - An Austrian student's legal battle against Facebook, accusing it of helping the U.S. security service collect personal data, suffered a setback after a Vienna court rejected his case on procedural grounds, both …
AsiaOne · 7/1/2015
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