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BLU Reaches Settlement Over Third-Party Data Collection Claims

BLU Products has “reached a agreement” with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over the alleged farming of person knowledge by means of a third-party provider, in keeping with a press unencumber from the federal government company. The announcement does now not make any connection with a monetary legal responsibility as …

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Microsoft claims to make Chrome safer with new extension

Enlarge Chrome’s unsafe content material caution. Chrome already supplies efficient coverage in opposition to malicious websites: pass someplace with a deficient recognition and also you’ll get a large, frightening pink display telling you that you just’re about to do one thing unwise. But Microsoft believes it might do a greater …

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Microsoft claims to make Chrome safer with new extension

Chrome’s unsafe content material caution. Chrome already supplies efficient coverage in opposition to malicious websites: move someplace with a deficient recognition and you’ll be able to get a large, frightening crimson display screen telling you that you are about to do one thing unwise. But Microsoft believes it might probably …

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Facebook ad feature claims to predict person's future behaviour

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Facebook ad feature claims to predict person’s future behaviour  The Guardian Facebook comes underneath assault for monitoring web customers who don’t have a Facebook account  Phone Arena How to offer protection to your Facebook information [UPDATED]  Naked Security I Can’t Jump Ship From Facebook Yet  New York Times AI …

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Claims of social media 'dependancy' are full of bad science — its real impact might be more positive than you think

Evgeny Belikov/Strelka Institute/Flickr Frequent social media use and display screen time had been portrayed as universally bad for our well being. However, so much of analysis in this phenomenon has been characterised by way of poorly finished research and bad science. The overwhelming majority of proof means that our smartphones …

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