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Official Minecraft subscription service Minecraft Realms was replaced this week by Realms Plus, which now includes complimentary Marketplace content on top of the usual shared multiplayer server for friends – as long as the Realm owner stays subscribed.
Google has added a new Photos feature that makes it easier for users to share single photos and videos.
While cybercriminals strike at any time of the year, they’re particularly active during the holiday and income tax filing seasons.
India's proposed new privacy bill may require large social media platforms to offer an identity-verification option, a potentially precedent-setting effort to rein in the spread of 'fake news'.
Hong Kong protests: Facebook rolls out new worldwide policy regarding pictures of children after doxxing cases
Content policy manager at social media giant says Facebook now removes any content designed to identify children and create risks to their safety. Since anti-government protests began in Hong Kong, both protesters and police officers have fallen victim to doxxing and other cyber assaults.
Arpita Chaudhary, a newly recruited police constable in India’s western Gujarat state, became an overnight celebrity after posting a clip of her 15-second gambol – clad in her civvies – on the smash-hit social video app, TikTok.
Privacy concerns are pushing people to change their behaviour online, according to an international poll published on Dec 4 that found one in three avoid specific search terms or web pages to elude tracking.
Google’s co-founders are relinquishing their executive positions just as US state and federal regulators, not to mention the Department of Justice and Congress, are taking a keen interest in possible abuse of its privacy practices and market power.
The FBI said its concerns extend to 'FaceApp', which grew popular earlier this year by allowing users to change ages and genders in photographic portraits.
By the time Deb Dellapena arrived for work at Merck & Co’s 90-acre campus north of Philadelphia, there was a handwritten sign on the door: The computers are down.