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Facebook Banned 7 ‘Cyber Surveillance Companies for Tracking and Hacking 48,000 Users’ Devices
Meta has banned seven alleged surveillance-for-hire companies from its platforms after those parties installed spyware on end-users' phones, mining their confidential data, hacking their devices, and selling their data to rogue countries. Meta, the parent...
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‘Meta’ Trademark Dispute May Cost Zuckerberg $20 Million to Resolve
After changing its parent company’s name to “Meta”, Facebook could face a hefty price tag to continue using the name. A small PC company that has been using the trademark for a year prior to...
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Zuckerberg’s Metaverse Aims To Be ‘Successor To the Mobile Internet’
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently announced renaming the parent company responsible for Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp to Meta. Along with the name change, Zuckerberg plans to expand Meta from offering only social media platforms to...
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Zuckerberg: How Facebook Morphed Into Meta
Facebook is now Meta, CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg announced on Thursday divulging the tech-giant “will effectively transition from primarily being a social media company to being a metaverse company.” Meta will keep the brand...
Facebook Comes Back Online Following Widespread Outage, Millions Disrupted
Facebook recently went down, triggering a frenzy worldwide as millions of businesses and individuals became increasingly worried about not being able to access the platform. Though the outage has now been resolved, the downtime demonstrated...
Facebook recently censored a Feb. 18 op-ed discussing coronavirus and herd immunity published in The Wall Street Journal after one of its ‘fact-checking’ teams determined it to be false.
Facebook Censors The Wall Street Journal for Optimistic Article About Herd Immunity
Facebook recently censored a Feb. 18 op-ed discussing coronavirus and herd immunity published in The Wall Street Journal after one of its ‘fact-checking’ teams determined it to be false. Written by Dr. Marty Makary, the...
Privacy-focused web browser Brave wants to compete with search engine giant Google as it prepares to launch its own search engine.
Brave’s Pro-Privacy Search Engine Takes Aim at Google
Privacy-focused web browser Brave wants to compete with search engine giant Google as it prepares to launch its search engine. Like its web browser, the search engine will focus on protecting users’ privacy; it will...