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  1. Google’s YouTube down worldwide (Update: now back online)

    Those trying to access the video streaming site are being met with error messages….

  2. Google to charge Android phone peddlers for its Android apps in Europe

    After receiving a record-breaking €4.34 billion fine in the EU for violating anti-trust laws…

  3. Facebook says Russian firms ‘scraped’ data, including users’ photos to build facial recognition profiles for Russian government

    Facebook removed 66 accounts, pages and apps linked to Russian firms that build facial recognition software for the Russian government…

  4. Apple to Australia: This is no time to weaken encryption; access only for ‘good guys’ is a false premise

    Apple has filed its formal opposition to a new bill currently being proposed by the Australian government…

  5. Apple urges Australian government not to destroy encryption with ‘backdoors’

    Apple has submitted its formal response to a draft bill undergoing debate by the Australian government…

  6. Google exposed user data, did not disclose to public fearing repercussions

    Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of users of the Google+ social network…

  7. Google unveils new iPad knockoff

    Google is finally ready to get back into tablets, only this time it’s with…

  8. Google stock down after disappointing Pixel phone release

    Google unveiled the latest edition of its smartphone during a live-broadcast worldwide media event…

  9. After trying and failing to hide the issue, Alphabet pulls plug on Google+ after bug exposes data from up to 500,000 users

    Google will shut down the consumer version of its social network Google+ after announcing…

  10. Roger McNamee: Apple has done extraordinary things to protect user privacy

    Apple is better at data privacy and protection than other tech giants, Elevation Partners’ co-founder Roger McNamee told CNBC…

  11. Apple, other tech giants denounce proposed Australian law seeking encryption ‘backdoor’

    Four global tech giants – Facebook, Apple, Alphabet and Amazon – will oppose an Australian law…

  12. Analyst estimates Google will pay Apple $9 billion this year to remain default search

    Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall said in a new research note that Google may be paying Apple $9 billion…

  13. Will Apple buy Tesla? Or will Google?

    One of the things I love about New York City is I’ve forged friendships with people from different backgrounds…

  14. Apple endorses comprehensive privacy legislation in U.S. Senate testimony

    Bud Tribble, Apple’s Vice President of Software Technology, has provided the U.S. Senate Committee…

  15. Google to allow Chrome users to disable controversial login requirement, but leaves it on by default

    Despite the control, it appears the automatic Chrome sign in will still be the default behavior…

  16. Privacy and Security: How Apple thrived in a season of tech scandals

    Apple’s business model is turning out to be its most lasting advantage…

  17. Why I’m done with Google’s Chrome browser

    Today I wanted to write specifically about Google Chrome…

  18. Apple, Firefox tools aim to thwart Facebook, Google ad tracking

    Facebook and other companies routinely track your online surfing habits to better target ads…

  19. Apple’s best product: Privacy

    The best product Apple offers is intangible, yet far more valuable than a flagship smartphone…

  20. Apple, other tech firms to testify before U.S. Senate on data privacy September 26th

    The White House said in July it was working to develop consumer data privacy policies and officials had been meeting major firms…

  21. Apple bans Alex Jones’ Infowars app for ‘objectionable content’

    Apple Inc said on Friday that it had banned from its App Store the Infowars app belonging to popular U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones…

  22. U.S. Senator Warner: Tech regulation is coming, ‘the era of the wild west in social media is coming to an end’

    To Sen. Mark Warner, it’s not a question of whether Congress will regulate the tech industry but when…

  23. U.S. Justice Department says probing social media companies for stifling ‘free exchange of ideas’

    The Justice Department said on Wednesday that it will meet with state attorneys general to discuss concerns…

  24. Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones and Infowars accounts

    Twitter has permanently banned the accounts of right-wing conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones and InfoWars…

  25. The $200 billion reason it’s so important for Apple’s Tim Cook to not be on President Trump’s tech hit list

    The stock market rallied to new records this week on the prospects of a U.S.-Mexico trade deal…

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