The app gets user's Facebook profile information, as well as the entire friends list. The "Most Used Words" app has picked up steam more and more on our Facebook feeds, but as it's often the case, this rings some major privacy alerts. It also doesn't apply ... · 11/28/2015
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Austrian student Max Schrems's attempt to bring a class-action lawsuit against Facebook over its privacy policies will head to Austria's Supreme Court to determine whether such collective legal action is allowed, his group …
Entrepreneur · 11/23/2015
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If governments come down hard against encryption in the name of national security, tech giants like Google, Apple and Facebook will need to decide on the importance of customer privacy in countries a lot closer to …
India TV · 15 hours ago
Last Friday, Ms Ford shared screen grabs of Facebook posts made by western Sydney hotel supervisor ... posting last night 'I don't give a damn' before tightening his privacy settings. Ms Kelly told Daily Mail Australia …
Daily Mail · 13 hours ago
A new batch of Facebook apps and quizzes can show off your most used words, but they might miss one: Privacy. According to Comparitech, Facebook quizzes can collect and store personal information such as your …
Keloland · 11/25/2015
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"When Facebook and Myspace, those companies really started, it was something new and everybody was jumping on board, it became the latest trend. But people didn't really understand the ramifications of it as far as …
KOB 4 · ByErica Zucco · 8 hours ago
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The threat to “kill a police officer this morning in the name of Allah” was posted on Hogan’s personal Facebook page. Hogan’s privacy settings allowed anyone to view the Facebook page. His lawyer told the court … · 17 hours ago
The post was visible by any internet user because Hogan had set his Facebook privacy settings to "public". About 10am on Saturday, October 17, up to five police cars and 10 police officers arrived at Hogan's home …
The Bellingen Shire Courier-Sun · 2 hours ago
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From now until Christmas, your Facebook feed will be full of Elves on the Shelf engaged ... it normalizes the idea of surveillance and in the future restrictions on our privacy might be more easily accepted." Pinto explains …
Chicago Tribune · 8 minutes ago
More than 300 House members—a majority of the body—have signed on as cosponsors to the Email Privacy Act, which would require police to obtain a warrant before accessing emails, Facebook messages, and other …
National Journal · 1 hour ago