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Top tech companies like Google and Facebook let employees try out different jobs, and experts say that strategy can yield major benefits

TOP TECH COMPANIES LIKE GOOGLE AND FACEBOOK LET EMPLOYEES TRY OUT DIFFERENT JOBS, AND EXPERTS SAY THAT STRATEGY CAN YIELD MAJOR BENEFITS

Many top tech companies allow employees to easily move between roles and teams (this practice is commonly called internal mobility). Experts...

Publicité ciblée: elle perd son bébé, mais continue de recevoir des pubs de produits pour nouveaux nés

PUBLICITÉ CIBLÉE: ELLE PERD SON BÉBÉ, MAIS CONTINUE DE RECEVOIR DES PUBS DE PRODUITS POUR NOUVEAUX NÉS

Après avoir perdu son bébé, une femme continue de recevoir des "publicités ciblées". Cette femme, une journaliste américaine du nom...

 
 
 
Facebook Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users Photos to Apps

FACEBOOK BUG EXPOSED 6.8 MILLION USERS PHOTOS TO APPS

Facebook revealed more bad news about the lack of security on its platform. In a post on its Developer News site, Facebook notified...

Facebook bug exposed up to 6.8M users' unposted photos to apps

FACEBOOK BUG EXPOSED UP TO 6.8M USERS' UNPOSTED PHOTOS TO APPS

Reset the “days since the last Facebook privacy scandal” counter, as a Facebook has just revealed a Photo API bug gave app developers...

 
 
 
Facebook's latest privacy scandal: The private photos of millions of users were accidentally shared with 1,500 apps

FACEBOOK'S LATEST PRIVACY SCANDAL: THE PRIVATE PHOTOS OF MILLIONS OF USERS WERE ACCIDENTALLY SHARED WITH 1,500 APPS

Facebook found a bug that gave 1,500 third-party apps access to the unposted Facebook photos of 6.8 million users. Unposted Facebook...

Facebook Could Face Billions Of Dollars In Fines For Failing To Protect User Privacy

FACEBOOK COULD FACE BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN FINES FOR FAILING TO PROTECT USER PRIVACY

Facebook could face a fine of up to $1 billion or more for data breaches that exposed personal information of millions of people. As...

 
 
 
A new Facebook bug compromises users' private photos

A NEW FACEBOOK BUG COMPROMISES USERS' PRIVATE PHOTOS

Another bug hits Facebook and this time according to the official figure it is 6.8 million users whose private photos have been compromised....

“We're sorry,” Facebook says, again-new photo bug affects millions

“WE'RE SORRY,” FACEBOOK SAYS, AGAIN-NEW PHOTO BUG AFFECTS MILLIONS

Enlarge Another day, another privacy issue with Facebook. The company announced Friday morning that a photo API bug might have resulted...

 
 
 
New Facebook data leak allowed apps broader access to 6.8 million users' photos

NEW FACEBOOK DATA LEAK ALLOWED APPS BROADER ACCESS TO 6.8 MILLION USERS' PHOTOS

It looks like the year couldn't end without yet another Facebook scandal. This time around the company has come clean about discovering...

Here's What You Need To Know About The Latest Facebook Privacy Breach

HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE LATEST FACEBOOK PRIVACY BREACH

Facebook announced today yet another privacy breach - this time, one that may have granted third-party apps access to the photos of...

 
 
 
How To Wear The Same Dress To All Your Holiday Parties

HOW TO WEAR THE SAME DRESS TO ALL YOUR HOLIDAY PARTIES

The holidays are hectic, that's a given. During all the hustle and bustle, there isn't always time to shop for brand-new outfits to...

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Reveal Their First Christmas Card

PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE REVEAL THEIR FIRST CHRISTMAS CARD

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have marked more than a few milestones since their fairy-tale nuptials on May 19, from announcing their...

 
 
 
Facebook admits unshared photos from 6.8 million users affected by latest privacy flaw

FACEBOOK ADMITS UNSHARED PHOTOS FROM 6.8 MILLION USERS AFFECTED BY LATEST PRIVACY FLAW

The latest Facebook security blunder involves photos from 6.8 million users. The company shared in an update on its developer page...

Another Facebook privacy scandal: devs had access to the photos of 6.8 million users

ANOTHER FACEBOOK PRIVACY SCANDAL: DEVS HAD ACCESS TO THE PHOTOS OF 6.8 MILLION USERS

Facebook has posted on its blog for developers about yet another privacy issue, this time involving photos. 6.8 million users were...

 
 
 
Facebook says bug wrongly gave third-party apps access to photos of up to 6.8M users

FACEBOOK SAYS BUG WRONGLY GAVE THIRD-PARTY APPS ACCESS TO PHOTOS OF UP TO 6.8M USERS

The breach occurred for 12 days in September.

Facebook hosted a pop-up event in New York City for 1 day only to teach people about privacy. Here's what it was like to visit

FACEBOOK HOSTED A POP-UP EVENT IN NEW YORK CITY FOR 1 DAY ONLY TO TEACH PEOPLE ABOUT PRIVACY. HERE'S WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO VISIT

Facebook hosted a pop-up in New York City's Bryant Park for one day only on December 13. The pop-up aimed to educate users on how to...

 
 
 
Facebook Portal adds games and web browser amidst mediocre Amazon reviews

FACEBOOK PORTAL ADDS GAMES AND WEB BROWSER AMIDST MEDIOCRE AMAZON REVIEWS

After receiving a flogging from privacy critics, Facebook is scrambling to make its smart display video chat screen Portal more attractive...

Udacity Achieves 50,000 Nanodegree Grads Amid Company Reorganization

UDACITY ACHIEVES 50,000 NANODEGREE GRADS AMID COMPANY REORGANIZATION

Udacity , a pioneer in the online teaching of IT skills, is celebrating a milestone today-50,000 students have now graduated from one...

 
 
 
5 Under-$20 Stocking Stuffers From Indigo

5 UNDER-$20 STOCKING STUFFERS FROM INDIGO

‘Tis the season for giving! We are well in to the holiday season and we know some of you may still be searching for the perfect presents...

Epic releasing cross-platform game service built for Fortnite free to all developers

EPIC RELEASING CROSS-PLATFORM GAME SERVICE BUILT FOR FORTNITE FREE TO ALL DEVELOPERS

Epic Games will release a suite of cross-platform games services free for all developers. Epic announced today a new, free service...