Android Apps Feed Facebook User Data

Share Tweet Share Share Share Print Email Some popular apps for Android smartphones are feeding data to Facebook without user consent, which could be a breach of the European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). When looking at 34 Android apps, the campaign group Privacy International discovered that at least 20
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At AppleInsider, we’ve reviewed a number of routers and mesh Wi-Fi systems trying to find the best ones after Apple discontinued the Airport and Airport Express. Right now, the Synology RT2600ac is our favorite for a stand-alone router. Look at all those antennae Networking hardware is far, far more than the sum of its parts.
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For movie fans everywhere, IMDb is one of the world’s best resources for information. Sadly, however, many anti-piracy companies can’t tell the difference between IMDb and a pirate site. Ironically, their copyright complaints to Google do nothing except hurt the visibility of the content they claim to protect. Anyone even remotely interested in movies and
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SIMI VALLEY, California—Palmer Luckey stands out. At just 26 years old, the exuberant, fast-talking founder of virtual reality headset company Oculus VR is one of the youngest people in the room by several decades. Surrounded by clean-cut suits with muted ties and shiny shoes, Luckey is sporting a goatee and a collared Hawaiian shirt. Luckey
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“The cost of an attack is so low these days and it gives hackers the ability to launch sophisticated targeted attacks with ease and they can attack energy plants, water distribution systems or the traffic systems of a city,” Gallego said. “We saw it last year and it will happen this year also. There could
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Image Credits: Amazon Google has received multiple DMCA notices from various copyright owners targeted at IMDb. The reporting organizations seem to carelessly scan and report without concerns to their very own business benefit. Google is keeping the situation under control, essentially protecting the copyright owners against themselves. It seems that copyright holders have been following
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Bottom line: Three unsecured Elasticsearch servers have exposed the personal data of nearly 57 million people in the US. The 73GB data leak was discovered on November 24 by a researcher at HackenProof during a routine audit using the Shodan search engine. However, the wide-open server was first indexed by Shodan on November 14. One
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MUMBAI: Content and brands have coherently managed to revolutionise how the audience consumes daily content across all platforms. Engaging trends have been discovered in recent years like the advent of digital content. But as new platforms gain massive popularity, they demand a subtle shift in the substance of their content, be it TV series, television
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Information on just about any consumer service is posted online these days, but when it comes to the safety of child-care providers in Massachusetts, parents confront a black hole. Massachusetts failed to meet an Oct. 1 deadline to post child-care safety records online, a requirement under a 2014 federal law meant to give parents better information about
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Reinforcement learning (RL) has been making spectacular achievements, e.g., Atari games, AlphaGo, AlphaGo Zero, AlphaZero, DeepStack, Libratus, OpenAI Five, Dactyl, DeepMimic, Catch The Flag, learning to dress, data center cooling, chemical syntheses, drug design, etc. See more RL applications. Most of these are academic research. However, we are also witnessing RL products and services, e.g.,
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