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New EU privacy rules to benefit Facebook users globally

Zuckerberg rejected a story published by news agency Reuters which headlined that only European Facebook users would benefit from the EU's new …

Fake News

From car insurance to banking, a new digital age is dawning

How we handle money, what we drive and how we even divorce will become cheaper and simpler soon, says a leading futurist<p>The way we bank, borrow money and buy products such as insurance, cars and legal services will change dramatically due to exponential advances in technology. Leading futurist Gerd …

Carsharing

Cambridge Analytica: Warrant sought to inspect company

<b>The UK's Information Commissioner is to apply to court for a warrant to search the offices of London-based political consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica.</b><p>The company is accused of using the personal data of 50 million Facebook members to influence the US presidential election in 2016.<p>Its executives …

Privacy

Why is Facebook investigating the data company Cambridge Analytica?

Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg are back in the news this week after a former employee of a data analytics firm called Cambridge Analytica …

Cambridge Analytica

A list of everyone who can see your entire internet browsing history

This is good to know<p>A bit of social media stalking here and there is nothing new, and we're all guilty of finding ourselves in an Instagram hole after delving deep into the account of someone we don't even <i>know</i>, but are you aware of who actually has access to your browsing history?<p>No, we don't mean …

WhatsApp sharing user data with Facebook would be illegal, rules ICO

Data protection watchdog forces firm to sign an undertaking declaring it will not share user data with parent company before GDPR<p>The UK’s data protection watchdog has concluded that WhatsApp’s sharing of user data with its parent company Facebook would have been illegal.<p>The messaging app was forced …

Privacy

Bitcoin drops to month low after Google bans cryptocurrency adverts

Bitcoin slumped to the lowest level in more than a month after Google said it will ban online advertisements promoting cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings.<p>Industry officials also said at a Congressional hearing that U.S. regulators need to provide greater clarity.<p>The world’s biggest digital …

Google is making it easier to download all your Chrome passwords

Chrome users will soon be able to export their saved passwords in a text file in just a couple of easy steps. It's never been an impossible task to do this, but it's been a more convoluted exercise than the long-awaited solution Google is planning. The news, revealed by Chrome evangelist Francois …

Why the blockchain isn't enough to fix land registries

<i>Governments around the world are beginning to register land deeds on distributed ledgers. Since the rise of cryptocurrencies, the blockchain has been</i> …

Blockchain

22,000 People Agreed To Clean Human Waste In A WiFi Privacy Policy

As I sat down to write this Quick Theories at a coffee shop, I accepted their WiFi’s Privacy Policy, without fully knowing what was written in the …

Artificial Intelligence

Trust underpins innovation, says UK information commissioner

Innovation is not sustainable without public trust and confidence, according to UK information commissioner Elizabeth Denham.<p>“The EU General Data …

US mobile carriers take steps to overhaul traditional two-factor authentication

It isn't just Microsoft that believes personal device security could use an overhaul as it seems mobile carriers feel the same way. According to …

Apple defends iPhone slowdown in Canadian parliament

Apple and Geekbench’s John Poole have testified in front of Canada’s House of Commons committee regarding the iPhone slowdown controversy, and how Apple handled it.<p>A representative for Apple Canada read prepared remarks, saying that the offending iOS update was intended to help devices continue to …

'Dumb phone' for calls and texts offers smartphone detox

Many smartphone users would admit they are addicted, whether they catch themselves looking at their phone every five minutes, checking for notifications or mindlessly scrolling Instagram.<p>Which is why a crowdfunding campaign is calling on people to "go light" with a new, minimalist smartphone. The …

AI breakthrough: Otter.ai app can transcribe your meetings in real time, for free

The startup has pulled off a feature that artificial intelligence giants and natural language processing software have been working on for …

For Everyone, Forever: Electronic Ethics In A Blockchain World

Do we have the right to be forgotten?<p>Shuttershock<p>It is perhaps surprising that such a new and innovative technology as Blockchain can make you ask …

Google not obligated to vet websites, German court rules

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Google (GOOGL.O) is not obligated to ensure websites are free from defamatory content before displaying links to them in search results, Germany's highest court ruled on Tuesday.<p>The case, which comes in the context of debate about the so-called "right to be forgotten", had …

Engines

Apple is now storing all your iCloud files and photos in Google Cloud

The company’s iOS Security Guide reveals a switch from Microsoft’s Azure to Google Cloud Platform<p>For the first time, Apple has revealed it is now …

Google has received 2.4 million ‘right to be forgotten’ URL delisting requests, and fulfilled 43%

Google has revealed that it received 2.4 million de-indexing requests following the so-called “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) ruling in Europe, with less than half of the requests proving successful.<p>The new figures constitute part of the internet giant’s semi-regular search removals transparency …

Bangladesh to sue Manila bank over massive cyber-heist

Unidentified hackers stole $81 million from Bangladesh Bank’s account at the New York Fed in February 2016.<p>Bangladesh’s central bank is to file a lawsuit against a Philippines bank for its role in one of the world’s biggest cyber-heists two years ago, a deputy governor said.<p>Unidentified hackers …

KFC chicken crisis 'caused by Rugby depot chaos'

<b>The KFC crisis is being caused by chaos at a delivery depot where chicken is going to waste, it is claimed.</b><p>Drivers have been left waiting for hours because of problems getting into the firm's new delivery site in Rugby.<p>The council said the site was used to store chicken before being registered to …

Health and Safety

The outsourcing cock-up that has left KFC customers feeling peckish

Behind the lighthearted story lie darker suggestions of cost-cutting that puts jobs at risk and lines corporate pockets<p>It’s an upset that far outstrips the Nando’s shortage of 2014, and at a scale that makes last year’s dip in hummus supply seem small fry: KFC is out of chicken. The $23bn (£16.5bn) …

Customers

Hundreds of KFC shops closed as storage depot awaits registration

DHL has been storing all KFC chicken at an unregistered cold-storage facility in Rugby<p>The storage depot at the centre of the KFC chicken crisis had not been registered or inspected before problems emerged this week, and could have been closed down for breaching safety rules, a local council has …

Burger King

Singapore says no strong case to ban cryptocurrency trading

DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam says the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has been studying potential risks cryptocurrencies pose.<p>SINGAPORE: …

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple price plunge: China cryptocurrency clampdown intensifies

The value of Bitcoin is on the slide once again after it was claimed that China is preparing to strike a killer blow in its battle against the …

Bitcoin credit card bans introduced by JP Morgan, Bank of America and Citigroup

US banks are queueing up to stop customers from buying bitcoin using credit cards, as wild price swings continue on the biggest cryptocurrency.<p>JP …

How Chinese overseas students are learning harsh life lessons | Post Magazine | South China Morning Post

When 22-year-old Langou Lian looks back at her decision to study in the United States, one influence sticks out: Disney Channel movie <i>High School</i> …

Bitcoin plunges over fears Tether traders inflated cryptocurrency price

The price of Bitcoin has plunged by almost half since the beginning of January in a ‘bloodbath’ which has seen the total value of the market plummet …

ROUBINI: 'The Mother Of All Bubbles And Biggest Bubble in Human History Comes Down Crashing'

The cryptocurrency markets were awash in a sea of red during early trading Friday — and one economist says we are in the middle of a major crypto crash.<p>Nouriel Roubini, the chairman of Roubini Macro Associates, on Twitter described bitcoin as "The Mother Of All Bubbles." His tweet shows bitcoin's …

Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency 2018: When the Law Catches up with the Game - Changing Technology

Blockchain technology and the virtual currency, or cryptocurrency, that uses this technology are revolutionizing the way businesses function and …

Cryptocurrency