DC Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Cambridge Analytica Scam

DC Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Cambridge Analytica Scam

The Washington, DC attorney general’s office this week declared that it is filing a court case in opposition to Facebook for the Cambridge Analytica scam. The scam exploded this year after it was disclosed that Facebook had leaked the info of hundreds of millions of consumers by sharing the data with an organization, which was […]

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Facebook’s Potential “Clear History” Feature Won't Be Rolled Out Until 2019

Facebook’s Potential “Clear History” Feature Won’t Be Rolled Out Until 2019

Even though Facebook disclosed its privacy-focused “Clear History” feature back in May 2018, it is not supposed to be open for its users up to the upcoming year. Revealed after the Cambridge Analytica scam, this feature will let the users clear their browsing history linked to their Facebook accounts. In turn, this feature will offer […]

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Chrome Might Stop Sites From Hijacking Back Button Of Your Browser

Chrome Might Stop Sites From Hijacking Back Button Of Your Browser

Surf the Internet for sufficiently long and you will always run into a website that declines to acknowledge the back button of your browser, usually since it needs to force ads on you. Google may soon put an end to those shady tricks. Lately published Chromium code modifications show that Google is taking into consideration […]

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Google Launchpad To Boost Almost 1000 Startups

Google Launchpad To Boost Almost 1000 Startups

Google aims to scale Launchpad Accelerator, its India-aimed startup mentorship program, to 1,000 companies in the nation next year. The firm is surveying for accelerator partners and incubators with an established track record to expand the program in India. “We will be operating with different accelerators and incubators to include the design sprint methodology, mentor […]

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