Yahoo, AOL's New Privacy Policy Allows Them To Read Your EmailsOath notes that it has the right to read your emails, instant messages, posts, photos and even look at your message attachments.
Google Creates App That Teaches Adults How To CodeGoogle is now trying to help adults keep up with their tech-savvy kids by introducing an app designed to teach people how to code.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Unscathed After Five-Hour Senate Grilling SessionDozens of senators attempted to take swipes at Mark Zuckerberg in his debut on Capitol Hill. None appeared to land a significant blow.
'Congratulations, You Won' Pop Up Scam Infecting iPhones And AndroidsThe new wave of "congratulations" pop-up ads promise prizes like free Amazon gift cards, iPhones, or cash in exchange for clicking on the message or submitting personal information.
Facebook Blames A 'Bug' For Not Deleting Your Deleted VideosA user downloaded their Facebook archive and was surprised to find several recordings that had been made years earlier and supposedly deleted.
Facebook May Know More About You Than You ThoughtLast week Facebook announced an overhaul of its privacy controls after revelations that a tech company harvested data on as many as 50 million Facebook users.
Global Backlash Leads To Facebook Privacy Settings ChangesIn the wake of the data breach by Cambridge Analytica, Facebook is changing its privacy settings.
Microsoft To Ban 'Offensive Language' And Monitor Your Private AccountThe tech giant is planning to ban accounts that use "offensive language" and will go through your private data to "investigate" users.
Apple Unveils New $329 iPad With Pencil Stylus For Schools And StudentsApple unveiled a new version of its tablet franchise at its education event in Chicago on Tuesday, which it hosted at the city's largest high school.
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Breaks Silence After Data ScandalFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has apologized for the first time in response to his company's privacy scandal.
MoviePass Admits It Collects Your Data, What It Means For YouMoviepass, the movie ticket subscription service, now admits it's exploring ways to collect private data on its 2 million-plus users.
Users Claim Amazon's Alexa Randomly Laughs At ThemUsers on social media are reporting that their Alexa is randomly laughing at them out of nowhere.

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