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  1. Microsoft to ban ‘offensive language’ and monitor private data to ‘investigate’ users

    Microsoft is cracking down on what people say while using their services online…

  2. Apple to prevent Siri from reading hidden notifications on lock screen in upcoming update

    Apple has confirmed it will fix a privacy issue in which Siri can read aloud hidden lock screen notifications…

  3. Oops! Siri will read hidden lock screen notifications from third-party apps to anyone

    As of iOS 11, you can set message notifications to be hidden on your Lock screen…

  4. Facebook asks users: Should we allow men to ask children for sexual images?

    Facebook whether pedophiles requesting sexual pictures from children should be allowed on its website…

  5. Study: Facebook is for old people

    Facebook lost 2.8 million users under the age of 25 last year…

  6. Twitter sort of denies allegations of employees reading direct messages

    On Monday, conservative activist and filmmaker James O’Keefe published undercover footage of Twitter engineers…

  7. Mark Zuckerberg is fighting to save Facebook; announces major change to News Feed

    On Thursday, Facebook announced a major change to News Feed, its central feature…

  8. Facebook developing ‘Portal’ gadget which will let it put microphones and cameras in people’s homes

    The oppressive rulers of Oceania used devices called telescreens to closely monitor and repress citizens…

  9. Facebook is giving the US government more and more data

    Every year, Facebook gets tens of thousands of requests for data from governments worldwide…

  10. Former Facebook exec: Facebook is ‘destroying how society works’

    The short-term, dopamine-driven feedback loops we’ve created are destroying how society works…

  11. Skype vanishes from Apple’s App Store, other app stores in China

    One of the last foreign-run tools for online communication in China…

  12. Facebook plans to spend as much as Apple, up to $1 billion, on original shows in 2018

    Facebook Inc. is loosening its purse strings in its drive to become a major hub for video…

  13. Young people are leaving Facebook

    This marks the first time eMarketer has ever predicted a decline in Facebook usage for any age group…

  14. Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple likely to launch all-new 10.5 inch iPad Pro and Siri Speaker at WWDC

    Apple’s WWDC conference kicks off on June 5th and whilst it is predominantly a software conference…

  15. If you haven’t already, it’s time to remove Facebook from your life

    Delete your Facebook account. No, but really…

  16. Microsoft’s ‘me too’ smart speaker

    First there was Amazon’s Echo, which I characterized as an attempt to advance home automation…

  17. How to delete your online existence, while saving your data

    Sick of Snapchat? Tired of Twitter? Fed up with Facebook?

  18. Facebook wants to start selling TV ads via Apple TV and Roku boxes

    Next week, Facebook will start delivering video ads on apps that run on set-top boxes like Apple TV and Roku…

  19. Facebook begins tracking non-users around the internet

    Facebook will now display ads to web users who are not members of its social network…

  20. EU to probe Google, Amazon, other US sites over data use and search

    Brussels is set to widen its front against US tech companies just two weeks…

  21. European Commission: Don’t use Facebook if you don’t want to be spied on

    EU citizens should close their Facebook accounts if they want to keep information private…

  22. Microsoft ends Skype support for Macs running OS X 10.5.8 and below

    Microsoft’s Skype no longer works with older versions of Apple’s OS X…

  23. Why Microsoft’s Skype still can’t compete with Apple’s iMessage

    The one Microsoft platform that both needs native Skype integration..

  24. Edward Snowden seen as whistle-blower by majority of U.S. registered voters

    The view of Snowden as a whistle-blower rather than traitor predominated among almost every group…

  25. How Microsoft handed U.S. NSA, FBI, CIA access to users’ encrypted video, audio, and text communications

    Microsoft has collaborated closely with US intelligence services to allow users’ communications to be intercepted,,,

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