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  • Worries linger as Facebook withholds stolen searches & checkins
    TechCrunch4 hours ago

    Worries linger as Facebook withholds stolen searches & checkins

    Hacked Facebook users still don’t know which 15 recent searches and 10 latest checkins were exposed in company's massive breach it detailed last week. Stolen data on "the 15 most recent searches you've entered into the Facebook search bar" could contain embarrassing or controversial topics, competitive business research, or potential infidelity.

  • Why former CIA director John Brennan is nervous about Facebook and Google
    Yahoo Finance7 hours ago

    Why former CIA director John Brennan is nervous about Facebook and Google

    John Brennan is nervous about big tech, and it’s impossible to blame the former CIA director for feeling that way.

  • Quartz3 days ago

    How to find out if yours was one of the unlucky hacked Facebook accounts

    Facebook announced Friday (Oct. 12) that the breach it uncovered more than two weeks ago resulted in nearly 30 million people having various information accessed and scraped by hackers. It’s fewer people than the platform initially announced. However, some of the information the hackers accessed is deeply personal, including phone numbers and locations a user…

  • MarketWatch11 minutes ago

    Facebook to ban false information on voting in U.S. midterm elections: report

    Facebook Inc. has embarked on another effort to curb voter manipulation, with executives telling Reuters that the company will ban misinformation about voting requirements and untrue reports of conditions at polling sites that could prevent people from showing up to vote, such as long poll lines or violence at polling stations, ahead of and during next month's U.S. midterm elections. The ban was set to be widely announced later Monday, Reuters reported. Facebook executives are also weighing whether to follow Twitter Inc. and ban posts linking to hacked materials, the report said. Facebook last week removed hundreds of U.S.-based pages and accounts it said were spreading false or misleading political content ahead of the elections.

  • Exclusive: Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming U.S. elections
    Reuters38 minutes ago

    Exclusive: Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming U.S. elections

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) will ban false information about voting requirements and fact-check fake reports of violence or long lines at polling stations ahead of next month's U.S. midterm elections, company executives told Reuters, the latest effort to reduce voter manipulation on its service. The world's largest online social network, with 1.5 billion daily users, has stopped short of banning all false or misleading posts, something that Facebook has shied away from as it would likely increase its expenses and leave it open to charges of censorship. The latest move addresses a sensitive area for the company, which has come under fire for its lax approach to fake news reports and disinformation campaigns, which many believe affected the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, won by Donald Trump.

  • Exclusive: Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming U.S. elections
    Reuters38 minutes ago

    Exclusive: Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming U.S. elections

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) will ban false information about voting requirements and fact-check fake reports of violence or long lines at polling stations ahead of next month's U.S. midterm elections, company executives told Reuters, the latest effort to reduce voter manipulation on its service. The world's largest online social network, with 1.5 billion daily users, has stopped short of banning all false or misleading posts, something that Facebook has shied away from as it would likely increase its expenses and leave it open to charges of censorship. The latest move addresses a sensitive area for the company, which has come under fire for its lax approach to fake news reports and disinformation campaigns, which many believe affected the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, won by Donald Trump.

  • Exclusive: Peninsula developer teams with Goldman Sachs for $1 billion project in South San Francisco
    American City Business Journals41 minutes ago

    Exclusive: Peninsula developer teams with Goldman Sachs for $1 billion project in South San Francisco

    South San Francisco is the Bay Area's reigning biotech capital, but a developer is looking to target tech tenants with a new office campus.

  • What Alphabet Might Do if the EU’s Ruling Appeal Prevails
    Market Realist1 hour ago

    What Alphabet Might Do if the EU’s Ruling Appeal Prevails

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is seeking to overturn the July decision by the European Union’s antitrust watchdog that it had abused the market dominance of its Android OS (operating system) for several years.

  • CNBC2 hours ago

    Early Facebook exec Sean Parker: Working on health tech is 'refreshing' after internet 'monoculture'

    Sean Parker, who founded Napster and was the first president of Facebook, said "it feels somewhat unsatisfying to constantly make products for teenage girls" and was especially worried about the impact of his consumer internet products on society. In 2016, he started the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy (PICI) to develop better cancer treatments. Sean Parker , founder of Napster and the first president of Facebook FB , pivoted to medical technology because he worried about how his social media and consumer internet products were impacting society.

  • Which Google+ Is Shutting Down?
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    Which Google+ Is Shutting Down?

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google recently disclosed that it had found a security flaw that may have exposed the personal data of as many as 500,000 users of its Google+ social network. Google+ was introduced in 2011 as a competitor to Facebook (FB). In an attempt to tighten the security of its products, Google announced a wide range of changes after revealing the security glitch.