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Hackers Took Over Gentoo Linux GitHub Repository

Hackers Took Over Gentoo Linux GitHub Repository

The most popular Linux distribution Gentoo has been “totally pwned” according to the researcher at Sophos, and currently none of the code could be trusted. The team has posted an immediate update and noted that none of the real code has been compromised. However, they have pulled the GitHub repository …

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Facebook and Twitter Spy Into Who’s Behind Their Ads

Facebook and Twitter Spy Into Who’s Behind Their Ads

MENLO PARK, Calif, Social media companies, are stepping up to stop the disinformation on their online platforms ahead of this year’s elections, the news was out on Thursday that the new tools will be aiming to improve the transparency around advertisements. In the announcement, Facebook and Twitter said that they …

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Facebook is Reversing its Crypto ad Ban

Facebook is Reversing its Crypto ad Ban

As you may be able to see much of ad revenue potential to ignore, Facebook today has announced that they are reversing back its cryptocurrency ad ban immediately. This decisions indeed comes with a variety of conditions, However, The company do say that they will allow the ads and related …

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Facebook Mistakenly Leaked Developer Analytics Reports To Testers

Facebook Mistakenly Leaked Developer Analytics Reports To Testers

This week an alarmed developer who contacted, informed that the Facebook App Analytics weekly summary email has been delivered outside their company. Which probably contains sensitive business information, including weekly average users, page views and new users? Forty-three hours after they contacted the Facebook about the issue, the social network …

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Google Promises Its A.I Will Not Be Used For Weapons

Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive, at its annual Google I/O developer conference last month in Mountain View, Calif. On Thursday he laid out objectives for the company’s use of A.I. technology.

SAN FRANCISCO— Google, reeling from an employee protest over the use of Artificial Intelligence for military purposes, said Thursday that it would not use A.I for weapons or for surveillance that violates human rights. But it will continue to work with governments and the military. These new rules were the …

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