Tag: privacy

Not 50 Million, Not 87 Million – Facebook Admits Data From MOST of Its 2 Billion Users Compromised by ‘Malicious Actors’

By Jessica Corbett Buried in Facebook’s announcement that Cambridge Analytica had improperly gathered data from up to 87 million users—rather than the previously reported 50 million—was the stunning admission that “malicious actors” exploited the social networking site’s search features to collection information from “most” of its 2 billion users. The detail…

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Google Kicks Off $100 Million Project In Predictive Medicine; Seeks 10,000 Volunteers For Invasive Screening

By Jason Erickson Predictive medicine – or “precision health” as it is sometimes known – is a trend in healthcare that is growing exponentially. Perhaps the greatest indication to date that this is slated to be the future of disease prevention and patient care is…

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‘Smart’ Tech Sex Toy App Reports Back To Manufacturer How It’s Used

By Catherine J Frompovich Have you ever thought about how ‘smart’ technology appliances and apps apparently work because of their interconnectivity via microwave technology! Then apply what you read later on in this article regarding a “smart sex toy” to how AMI Smart Meters for electricity, natural gas and…

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