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What Happens When Kids Realize Their Entire Lives Are Online
Ninety-two percent of American children have an online presence before the age of two, thanks to their moms or dads.
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Apple Cracks Down On Apps That Quietly Record Users' Screen Time
The decision follows a number of major companies using so-called "session replay" to record users' activity.
FaceTime Users Urged To Disable App Over Eavesdropping Bug
Apple has announced plans to make a software update available this week to solve the issue.
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Here's What You Need To Know About Facebook's Colossally Bad Year
Company executives, particularly Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg, have not exactly been forthcoming about the many controversies of 2018.
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Worried About Facebook Tracking Your Data? A Fake Account Might Help.
When it comes to your personal information online, there's no such thing as "delete."
Lawsuit Over 'S**tty Media Men' List Could Out Alleged Sexual Abuse Victims
Legal experts say Stephen Elliott's libel case may unmask anonymous contributors to the list launched by Moira Donegan.
What Is Kanye West's iPhone Password?
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Bark, The App That Sees All Your Kids' Sexts, Has Scanned Over 2 Million Phones
Child monitoring apps are marketed to keep kids safe, but experts say many raise privacy concerns.
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'Closed' Facebook Group Data Were Visible To Marketers, CNBC Finds
Until recently, anyone could download personally identifiable information from closed Facebook groups.
Mark Zuckerberg Now Third Richest Person On Earth
All that criticism hasn't hurt his bottom line, according to rankings by Bloomberg.
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New California Privacy Bill Gives Consumer Sweeping Control Over Their Personal Data
By Paresh Dave, Reuters
Google and other big tech companies opposed the measure, saying it was too burdensome.
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Your Private Facebook Posts May Have Been Public For Days
A bug caused up to 14 million users’ new posts to appear publicly, even if they previously had a more private default setting.
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When Studying Doxing Gets You Doxed
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My NYU colleagues and I analyzed 1.7 million messages posted to 4chan, 8chan and pastebin.
Tinder Is Down, And Now Everyone On Twitter Is Mad And Thirsty
A Facebook-related glitch just ruined everyone's sex plans.
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Facebook Believes Data Of Up To 87 Million Users Was Improperly Shared
Most of the accounts affected by the scandal were in the U.S., Facebook said.
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Facebook Users Don't Trust The Site With Their Data, A New Poll Finds
But most people who get news from the site think it's accurate.
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The Deep, Dark World Of Fake Porn
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In the fight against other forms of revenge porn, legislation has been slow, but strides have been made.
Right-Wing Conspiracists Are Pretending The FBI Leaked Anthony Weiner's Contacts
The list isn't Weiner's, and it's been online for over a year.
The Nunes-Ryan Civil Liberties Sham
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Limits to warrantless surveillance only apply when it's one of their own being targeted.
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Facebook And Google's Surveillance Capitalism Model Is In Trouble
Regulators start to pump the brakes on Big Tech's advertising dystopia.
Aaron Bernstein / Reuters
Politicians Of All Stripes Are Failing Us On Cybersecurity And Privacy
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In an age of hyperpartisanship, the only thing Republicans and Democrats agree on is handing the Trump administration more surveillance powers.
Hackers Messaged Donald Trump With Former Fox News Hosts' Twitter Accounts
Eric Bolling and Greta Van Susteren's accounts were filled with Turkish propaganda.
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House Reauthorizes Controversial Surveillance Law
Trump either did or didn't want this to happen — no one really knows.
Elizabeth Warren Wants Companies That Expose Your Data To Hackers To Pay Up
Equifax would have paid $1.5 billion in penalties for its data breach last summer if this proposed legislation had been in effect.
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Apple Eyes Fix For Chip Flaw Leaving Consumers Without Secure Web Browsing
By Kanishka Singh and Douglas Busvine, Reuters
With Safari and virtually all other popular browsers not patched, hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users may not have secure means of web browsing until Apple issues its patch.
How Logan Paul's 'Dead Body' Video Explains The Chain Reaction Economy Of YouTube
The internet celebrity's post is gone. What's left in its place is just as disturbing.
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