Facebook Unveils Bug Exposed up to 6.8 million user’s unposted photos

The bug permits 1,500 apps built by 876 developers to view user’s unposted photo which gets stored as drafts. On Friday Facebook revealed that there is a bug in its platform which enables the third-party apps to get easy access to unpublished photos of 6.8 million users. Facebook keeps the copies of photo drafts. Thus, … Read moreFacebook Unveils Bug Exposed up to 6.8 million user’s unposted photos

Turkey To Boycott iPhone And US Electronics – Are They Hurting Themselves?

On Tuesday, the Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan proclaimed that the electronic products from the United States will be banned. He mainly emphasizes on the boycott of Apple iPhone saying, “If they have iPhone, there is Samsung on the other side. We have Vestel Venuüs in our country.” Erdogan boycotts iPhone amid fury at US sanctions [Going cheap: … Read moreTurkey To Boycott iPhone And US Electronics – Are They Hurting Themselves?

Facebook Plays Cleverly Against New EU Privacy Rules

The social networking platform, Facebook has confirmed Reuters on Tuesday to shift responsibilities for all the users outside US, Canada and the EU to its main offices in California from currently present international HQ in Ireland. This move comes along the affirmation from the company that “we apply the same privacy protections everywhere, regardless of … Read moreFacebook Plays Cleverly Against New EU Privacy Rules

Net Neutrality Repeal: EFF Once Again in Opposition to Pai’s Unfair Settlement

The final call is here. The results of the elections conducted for the killing of net neutrality have been announced on 14th Dec 2017. As expected the results are considered to be undemocratic and entirely in the favor of Ajit Pai. The US communications regulator has voted to weaken the rules that strengthen net neutrality. … Read moreNet Neutrality Repeal: EFF Once Again in Opposition to Pai’s Unfair Settlement

Ethereum at its Highest Peak, Becomes Second on the List after Bitcoin

The biggest rival of Bitcoin, Ethereum has reached an all-time height of $425.55 on Thursday, as depicted from the data by industry website Coinmarketcap. The significant rise in the digital currency of the Ethereum blockchain, Ether was reported on the day of the Thanksgiving holiday. Before such rise, the cryptocurrency had the highest record of … Read moreEthereum at its Highest Peak, Becomes Second on the List after Bitcoin

Facebook Users Can Now Spot Fake Russian Accounts Via “New Tool”

On Wednesday, Facebook has announced its plan to initiate a web page that would allow users to examine the Russian propaganda accounts they have liked or followed. This is a reaction to the demands US lawmakers had made to the firm that they should be more responsive about the reach of their accounts. Recently, there … Read moreFacebook Users Can Now Spot Fake Russian Accounts Via “New Tool”

Samsung All Set To Compete AI Development

Looking at the extreme pace of Artificial intelligence, Samsung has also revealed their plans to create their own customer-focused artificial intelligence research center. In a statement on Wednesday, the company has announced that they will work more ambitiously to achieve AI plans through dedicated strategies within mobile and consumer electronics businesses. However, they haven’t disclosed … Read moreSamsung All Set To Compete AI Development

Tether Claims the Steal of US Dollar Token Worth $30

On Monday, the cryptocurrency firm, Tether has claimed that their system is hacked, as a result of which, they meet a loss of $30.95 million, reported the Cryptocurrency news site, Coindesk. The start-up offer dollars in the form of digital tokens and an extensive amount of these were stolen by the hackers. According to a … Read moreTether Claims the Steal of US Dollar Token Worth $30