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Democrats from House Intelligence Committee to release 3,000 Russian-bought Facebook ads

You’re about to see some of the Russian-connected Facebook ads that were bought during the 2016 presidential election. According to…

Thanos is making his way to ‘Fornite’

If you’re a fan of Avengers: Infinity War movie, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get a whole lot…

Latest version of Chrome learns to mute websites based on your web history

Previously, we learned that Google Chrome will mute auto-playing contents before it’s blasted in your ears. Sometimes though, don’t you…

Facebook users will be able to see which sites are tracking them

Kicking things off in the F8 conference, Facebook is answering everyone’s question: What is the platform doing to address concerns…

Facebook’s F8 opening keynote will go live at 1PM ET

Facebook has had weeks of issues they’ve been dealing with, but now it’s time for the social giant to host…

Chinese authorities are able to read deleted WeChat messages

In some new boastful claims by the Chinese authorities, anti-corruption watchdog in Hefei claims that a division in a nearby…

Dutch police shuts down revenge porn site Anon-IB

Dutch authorities have seized control of revenge porn site Anon-IB, according to a report from Motherboard. Currently, the website redirects…

Authorities have taken down the world’s largest DDoS-for-hire service

Authorities in twelve countries have taken down WebStresser, which is believed to be the world’s largest service for paid DDoS…

Senate bill would require companies to have clearly worded terms regarding online data

Introduced by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and John Kennedy (R-LA), a new Senate bill will be aiming at protecting consumers’…

DNC suing Trump campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks over 2016 hack

The Democratic National Committee isn’t sitting around while Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigates Russia’s role in the 2016 election. According…

Facebook will exclude 1.5 billion users from GDPR privacy protections

Europe’s GDPR privacy protections are set to go into effect on May 25th and we’ve gotten indication from Facebook that…

Chrome will now mute auto-playing videos by default

Google Chrome’s team has heard you loud and clear. Chrome will now block auto playing videos and ads with sound…

New York will investigate cryptocurrency exchanges

It appears that New York is taking the initiative to progress in ways to deal with cryptocurrency. The state’s attorney…

Walmart finally bringing a cleaner, sleeker website in May

I don’t know about you, but when I visit Walmart’s website, I notice the website feeling a little dated. In…

France creating secure chat app to keep officials’ data within the country

Following Russian’s ban, Telegram will soon be losing more customers. In this case, the French government is testing an encrypted…

UK and UK are warning that Russia has been hacking routers worldwide

Today, we reported that UK Prime Minister Theresa May has been briefed on a possible incoming Russian-based cyberattack that could…

Starting tomorrow, you can sign up for Bumble without a Facebook account

In the wake of the whole Cambridge Analytica situation and Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional testimony, the dating app Bumble is bringing…

Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ case in the UK

Google has been generally reluctant to honor European Union “right to be forgotten” requests when people try to hide their…

Gmail to introduce ‘Confidential Mode’ for additional security

In the upcoming redesign of Gmail that’s due to released in the next few weeks, there will apparently be a…

Facebook no longer opposing California privacy law

Facebook is apparently no longer opposing a proposed California ballot measure that’s designed to protect the privacy of citizen’s in…

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