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Social networking giant Facebook is in hot waters since the data scandal involving Cambridge Analytica came to light. Following the controversy, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton has asked his Twitter followers to delete Facebook. Acton tweeted...

Social networking giant Facebook is in lot of trouble right now. The company is dealing with one of the major data breaches of all time. As a result, both Facebook and Google are also fighting a lot against the growing issue of privacy concerns and fake...

Global tech giants including Facebook and Twitter on Thursday expressed concern about a possible Singapore plan to bring in a new law to tackle the threat of fake news, saying sufficient rules are already in place. Officials of Facebook, Twitter...

German researchers have found about 1,600 files of non-financial data, some of which link to or contain child pornography and other objectionable material, on the system that stores Bitcoin transactions. The discovery could place certain users of the...

Internet company Mozilla Corp said on Wednesday it was suspending advertising on Facebook Inc’s social media platform on concerns of data privacy. The decision follows allegations that a political consultancy gained inappropriate access to data...

The Trump administration has publicly blamed North Korea for unleashing the so-called WannaCry cyber attack that crippled hospitals, banks and other companies across the globe earlier this year. “The attack was widespread and cost billions, and...

Microsoft has released a security patch to fix a flaw in its Windows Malware Protection Engine that, if left untreated, can exploit a memory corruption error in the malware scanning tool and hack your system. The bug in Malware Protection Engine was...

To strengethen security for its over two billion users, Facebook may soon ask them to upload a photo that clearly shows their face to prove that they are not a bot. According to Wired.com, the social media giant is using a new kind of captcha —...

The security flaw allows anybody to access any MacBook or iMac running on macOS High Sierra by simply feeding the username as ‘Root’ and leaving the password field blank. Apple had promised to fix the issue at the earliest. Users can...

Apple seems to have left open a huge security flaw in its newest operating system for MacBook and iMac models. MacOS High Sierra, which was introduced at WWDC 207 conference earlier this year, is reportedly letting anyone login to the PC without feeding...