Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but it looks like Facebook may have been sharing more of your data than you thought it was. The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the social network cut deals with a number of companies to provide access to user records and friend data even after its policy change that…
A joint venture between Canada’s three largest telecom companies has been selling the real-time location of its subscribers to third parties such as banks and insurance companies that use it for identification verification and other purposes. The telcos say it’s always with your explicit consent.
Blair Hanley Frank / VentureBeat: Vectra, which helps companies detect cyberattacks by using AI to analyze network traffic, raises $ 36M Series D, bringing total raised to $ 123M — Vectra, a company that helps enterprises detect cyberattacks by applying machine learning to their network traffic, announced today …
Jonathan Shieber / TechCrunch: Settlement with Waymo is a big win for Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and opens a way for rapprochement between the two companies — The courtroom has been cleared, the lights are off in the spillover room on the 19th floor and the initial takes are in on the Uber vs. Waymo trial.
Hello MIUI\’ers, Google and Facebook dominated the online advertising in the third quarter this year as global online advertising revenue growth reached a record 29.6 per cent, market research firm Forrester said on Tuesday. Google was by far the… Xiaomi MIUI Official Forum – News
Hello MIUI\’ers, Big technology companies have added the digital signatures of 40,000 terrorist videos and images to a shared database as they seek to keep extremist content off their platforms. Facebook, YouTube, Microsoft, and Twitter revealed th… Xiaomi MIUI Official Forum – News
Benny Evangelista / San Francisco Chronicle: Trump launches initiative to expand FAA rules on drone testing to include flights over people, beyond line-of-sight, more, for companies and local government — The Trump administration on Wednesday smoothed the way for companies like Alphabet and Amazon to ramp up testing of drones for package deliveries and other commercial uses.