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Twitter acquires newsletter publishing service Revue
Announcement comes just a day after Twitter rolled out its 'Birdwatch' pilot program
iOS 14: Here’s Why There’s An Orange Dot On Your iPhone
Is there an orange dot at the top of your iPhone since upgrading to iOS 14? You’re not alone, here’s why it’s appeared.
Apple hit with another European class action over throttled iPhones
A third class action lawsuit has been filed in Europe against Apple seeking compensation — for what Italy’s Altroconsumo consumer protection agency dubs “planned obsolescence” of a number of iPhone 6 models.
WhatsApp facing up to €50M privacy fine
The draft penalty would be one of the largest under the European Union’s data protection rules.
Apple Confirms Serious Problem For iPhone 12 Users: it’s dangerous
Apple’s iPhone 12 range is expected to break sales records when the company announces its financial results this week. But now Apple has warned millions of iPhone 12 owners that the range has the potential to cause serious health problems.
Google vs DuckDuckGo
Ultimate comparison between DuckDuckGo and Google is here listing all the reasons why you should switch from Google Search to DuckDuckGo.
Google is shutting down Loon, balloons project to deliver internet connectivity to remote areas from the stratosphere
Begun nearly a decade ago, Loon was one of the company’s high-profile, cutting-edge efforts. But it was difficult to turn into a business.
Facebook Gives FBI Private Messages Of Users Discussing Capitol Hill Riot
DOJ files charges against alleged rioter after the FBI raided his Facebook account, including private messages and an IP address that plotted his approximate locations.
We can always find justification to shut up the stupidity of our opponents. Censorship is a dangerous way to deal with it.
The same technology that we welcomed as 1984, because it was cool, is now taking us back to 1939.
Privacy-focused Facebook competitor MeWe says it's gained more than 2 million users in the past week
Alt-right fringe groups have flocked to alternative social networks as Facebook and Twitter clamp down on hate speech and false election fraud claims.
Huawei founder sees decentralised control as a way to beat US sanctions
A newly published speech that Ren Zhenfei gave in June reveals the Huawei CEO’s thinking on strategies for surviving US sanctions.
Big Brother meets Big Tech: Memo reveals military spies can just BUY personal data with tax money – no need for warrant
Using smartphone information bought from data brokers enabled the US Defense Intelligence Agency to spy on people without a warrant, including some Americans, the DIA admitted in a memo to a senator that’s now been made public.
Facebook thought police shuts down major left wing group in Britain
Facebook has shut down the accounts of one of the biggest left wing organisations in Britain, the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). The Socialist Workers Party Facebook page – as well as account of local pages – have been removed from Faceb...
"We Don't Respond To Threats": Australian PM Over Google's Cyber-Sunctions Warning
Google threatened to disable its search engine in Australia if it's forced to pay locals for the content they steal from them to and profit from, a dramatic escalation of a months-long standoff with the government. The only one that can ...
Two-day bitcoin sell-off wipes out over $100 billion from the entire crypto market
The price of bitcoin slipped 10% in two days to fall below the $32,000 level for the first time since Jan. 11.
Alibaba stock spikes after Jack Ma resurfaces
Chinese billionaire Jack Ma resurfaced in an online video after staying out of the public eye for months -- fueling rumors that he was missing.
Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia; Australia might be the first fake-free internet!
The tech giant says it will remove its main search function from Australia if it passes a new law that force them to pay for the products they are stealing and selling. Australians are happy not to be spied anymore by Google and cannot w...
Volkswagen boss joins Twitter with a jab at Elon Musk
Herbert Diess boasts about knocking Tesla down a peg in Europe
Not required to host ‘incendiary speech’: Judge (Democrat) rejects Parler’s lawsuit to restore Amazon service
Social media platform Parler is facing more bad news as a federal (Democrat) judge has rejected a lawsuit from the (Republican) company seeking to have (Democrat) Amazon restore hosting services following ties being severed after the US ...
YouTube Fake Biden’s popularity by systematically deleting thousands of Dislikes from videos
"Most popular president ever"? YouTube is deleting thousands of dislikes from Biden videos on the Official White House YouTube videos. I don’t mind because I like him and anyway only stupid people believe the Big Tech numbers, users, sta...
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