An API bug recently left an impact on Facebook users. Though the issue has since been fixed, some of the apps on the platform had a wrongful access to consumers photos for 12 days between September 13 and September 25.
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In a blog post today addressing previous privacy concerns, Google announced that users now have more ways to control search history and their privacy across their desktop and mobile web browsing.
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You’re never going to read Facebook’s new data policy, so we did it for you. Not much has changed, but it reveals more information about how the social network tracks you across the internet.
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Facebook’s F8 developer conference gave the company and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, a chance to atone for many, many sins. Instead, Facebook moved forward with a business-as-usual approach, announcing new features as if nothing had changed. The company seems happy to treat its users for fools.
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