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The sloppy privacy of Facebook now also affects Instagram users

Last month we learned that Facebook has stored hundreds of millions of user passwords in plain text. It was Facebook's recent failure in a series of incidents that show how the company is playing with their customers' personal data quickly and easily. There were 540 million Facebook posts that contained personal information found on unsecured servers. Hundreds of millions of …

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Facebook and the art of news dumps

"Since publishing this post, we've found that additional logs of Instagram passwords have been stored in a readable format, and we now assume that affected millions of Instagram users," says 19459003. [19659002] The original post Facebook revealed passwords for hundreds of millions of its Facebook users and "tens of thousands" of Instagram users in plain text in a database that …

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Federal investigations by Facebook could blame Mark Zuckerberg for privacy, sources say

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Capitol Hill (April 11, 2018) (Andrew Harnik / AP) Tony Romm writer of technology policy April at 8:33 pm US regulators investigate Facebook Because their users' personal information has been abused, the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has sought to examine his previous privacy statements and weigh them up to see if he has any seeks …

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Facebook is working on an AI language assistant, similar to Alexa, Google Assistant

Enlarge / In addition to video chat via Facebook Messenger, both portal devices have an integrated Amazon Alexa. Facebook is working on the development of a similar AI language assistant Concerning Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri according to a report by CNBC and a later statement by a representative of Facebook. The CNBC report citing "several people who are …

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Facebook has uploaded 1.5 million email contacts from users without permission

Facebook said it has "inadvertently uploaded" the email contacts of 1.5 million new Facebook users since May 2016. The discovery comes after a security researcher discovers that Facebook has asked some users to enter their email passwords when logging in. New accounts should be used to verify their identity, a move that has been widely condemned by security experts. Business …

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The Facebook Messenger app unlocks the dark mode for everyone

Facebook has equipped its Messenger app in 2018 with a dark mode, which was then tested only by selected users in some countries. In March of this year, this feature was opened to all users, but technically it was still an Easter egg – it had to be deceitfully activated by sending a message with a crescent moon emoji. From …

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Facebook fails as Bitcoin continues the mining blocks with 99.98% uptime

The social media giant Facebook and its Instagram and Whatsapp platforms sank for a few hours, highlighting the stability of Bitcoin and its decentralized architecture. Facebook goes down Social Media Website According to the monitoring resource downdetector.com, Facebook went down for a few hours on April 13th. Whatsapp, the popular messaging app, and Instagram, an image-sharing social media platform, both …

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Shareholders call for Facebook separation – The Motley Fool

Social Networking Giant Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) will hold its annual shareholder meeting on May 30. In advance of the meeting, Facebook has published its proxy statement, in which the proposals are described to vote. The company has been confronted with growing investor turmoil in recent years due to numerous scandals, and there are the usual – and futile – calls …

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