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Google, Amazon funnel over $ 20 million for virus conspiracy websites

(Bloomberg) – According to a study published on Wednesday, digital advertising platforms operated by Google, Amazon.com Inc. and other technology companies will send at least $ 25 million to websites that are spreading misinformation about Covid-19 this year. Google’s platforms will provide $ 19 million, or $ 3 of $ 4, that websites generate with misinformation for advertising revenue. OpenX, …

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Facebook boycott: These are the companies that advertise through the website’s hate policies

A civil rights coalition, which includes the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and NAACP, launched the #StopHateforProfit campaign last week when it asked big companies to stop advertising on Facebook, citing the company’s “repeated failure to do so, one.” giving meaningful answer “the enormous spread of hatred on its platforms. “ In a statement to CNN on Friday, Carolyn Everson, vice president …

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Now museum websites shake off the dust virtually and in video

In difficult times we look at art to give form to chaos. But where do you go when chaos completely keeps you from art? It has to be online. With the coronavirus pandemic continuing for another month and art institutions worldwide closed, museums’ websites are now releasing traffic figures that were previously unimaginable. The Musee du Louvre In Paris, web …

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China: Tourist websites packaged as country come from corona virus blocking

Pictures from Huangshan Mountain Park in Anhui Province on Saturday, April 4, showed thousands of people, many of whom wore face masks and who wanted to experience nature after months of travel restrictions and strict barriers. The rush to the popular tourist spot was so great that the authorities took the unusual step at 7:48 a.m. to publish a message …

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Google Chrome may soon call and shame slowly loading websites

After Google has taken action against invasive ads in its Chrome browser, Google now wants to counter the scourge of slow-moving websites by: It puts a speed warning sign on her with a slap. The search giant has found that he is testing a "speed warning sign" for Chrome. The badge is displayed when visiting web sites to let web …

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Websites that steal iPhone data are reportedly targeting Uighur Muslims

It is not certain that the sites targeted Android users, even though Forbes sources said that Android and Windows users were also under the crosshairs. China has used a number of tactics to compromise mobile phones and fight Uighur Muslims. Border guards reportedly installed surveillance apps on the Android phones of tourists entering the Xinjiang region. You can not do …

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Until Recently, Websites Were Hacking iPhones

  (Newser) – Visit a website, and boom-your iPhone is hacked. That nightmare vulnerability was plaguing iPhones until a Google team warned Apple about it in February, the Verge reports. Google’s Project Zero team found that they were hacking websites. “There’s no target discrimination,” says Google’s Project Zero team. “We estimate that these sites receive thousands of visitors per week.” …

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Google researchers have found malicious websites that have been hacking iPhones for years

Google Cybersecurity Researchers Project Zero researchers discovered a handful of websites used to hack iPhones. After visiting the websites, a "surveillance implant" was placed on the device, with the news, photos, and GPS location data in real time. The hacks spanned iOS 10 through 12, according to Project Zero, over the course of two years. For more information, visit the …

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According to Google TechCrunch, malicious websites have been used for years to secretly hack into iPhones

Google's security researchers have found a number of malicious websites that could hack unnoticed when visiting a victim's iPhone by exploiting a number of previously unknown software bugs. Late Thursday, a dive blog post published that the sites were visited by unsuspecting victims thousands of times a week, what they called an "indiscriminate" attack device, and if successful, install a …

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You can sign in to Google websites with fingerprints on Android

From time to time, you'll be asked to enter your Google Account password online, even if you're already signed in. On Android, the company's first-party web services can now check with just a fingerprint if you are. [19659002] When Google accesses sensitive information, the login screen often reappears to make sure it's really you. For example, passwords.google.com displays a list …

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