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Former President Barack Obama warned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to take fake news and disinformation very seriously, reports The Washington Post. The paper says that Obama warned Facebook that unless the government and the social media giant worked together...
According to a report by Politico published Sunday afternoon, Jared Kushner used a private email account to conduct government business at the White House about "media coverage, event planning and other subjects." The report suggest that Kushner, a White House senior...
At this point, everyone understands that Russia was involved in last year's U.S. presidential election. There was a lot of misinformation and propaganda on Facebook, and this has put immense pressure on the social media giant. Due to this...
According to report from Sky News, popular messaging app service WhatsApp earlier this year denied a UK Government request to create a backdoor in order to access encrypted messages. Reportedly, the British Government asked WhatsApp in a meeting during...
Twitter today announced in its blog post about its Transparency Report, outlining several key interesting points. The social media giant gave us some interesting numbers regarding its actions against accounts that are linked to terrorism. These accounts include those that...
Things don't seem to be looking good for Google right now. Three women have filed a lawsuit against the search engine giant, being accused of pay discrimination against female employees by underpaying them and denying them opportunity for promotions. The...
The Federal Trade Commission is now investigating the massive breach that credit bureau Equifax suffered a month ago, but only revealed last week. This massive leak cause personal information of 143 million people to be exposed. "YOUR COMPANY PROFITS FROM...
Facebook in a blog post today announced that the company is making some changes to its monetization for violence and tragedy. The social media giant said it will be changing its guidelines on who can earn money through Facebook,...
Spotted by Ars Technica, it appears that California's Bureau of Cannabis Control has unveiled new regulatory rules that bans drones from delivering marijuana. The Bureau is also currently developing regulation surrounding weed use and sales under Medicinal and Adult-Use...
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, FBI has opened an investigation into Uber of its "Hell" program. In this program, the company is alleged to track Lyft drivers from 2014 to 2016. The investigation was initiated...

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TransUnion appears to be also sending visitors to malicious pages

It seems that Equifax isn't the only company under the radar. Competitor TransUnion appears to be also experiencing issues when you try and visit...