As many of us heed the advice of experts and work from home, companies are finding creative ways to keep track of our progress.
It looks like your intimate Skype calls might not be as private as you’d like them to be.
While Gawker lost the case against Hogan over invading his privacy, the appeal could go in the media group’s favour
In a recent study, researchers at Carnegie-Mellon University detailed how Facebook erodes users’ privacy. Researchers found that during the first four years, users steadily limited what personal data was visible to strangers within their school network. Yet through changes Facebook introduced to its platform in 2009 and 2010, the social network actually succeeded in reversing […]
How do you like them apples? Thanks to a technical glitch, never before seen photos of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg have leaked online. His longtime girlfriend, his dog, and Barack Obama also feature in them. A Facebook user reportedly exploited a security loophole and accessed them.
Reject tag. That’s the best solution to most Facebook picture problems involving you looking dodgy, drunk or disorderly in someone else’s weekend photo album, right? Not anymore. In more FB news today, the social network has decided it’s rad and totally okay to have face-recognition software automatically detect users in images, even career-damaging ones.