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Already, Google provides several ways to help you log in to your accounts securely, including two-factor authentication on Android devices, its Titan Security Key dongle, and Google Prompt. The search giant admits, however, that attackers can still use advanced steps like fake login pages to bypass those security methods. As part of an effort to further beef up your account's security,...
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The UK government has laid out proposals to regulate online and social media platforms, setting out the substance of its long-awaited White Paper on online harms today — and kicking off a public consultation. The Online Harms White Paper is a joint proposal from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Home Office. The paper can be read in...
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While it was announced about three months ago, the Razer Turret mouse and keyboard combo for the Xbox One is only now shipping. Folks interested can buy the peripheral combo for $250. In case you didn’t catch last week’s announcement about this month’s Games with Gold, you are now able to get The Technomancer for the Xbox One, as well as Star Wars Battlefront II for both the 360 and...
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Facebook has revealed a raft of measures it is taking in order to help protect the upcoming Indian General Election. While the social media giant is rolling out its political ad transparency tools such as its Ad Library which it has been deployed in other regions, it is also taking new steps.In addition to the measures we’ve seen before, Facebook is launching new operation centers...
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According to BuzzFeed News, multiple Twitter accounts have been suspended by the social media company due to suspicious activity. The accounts in question were owned by members of the Church of Almighty God, a Chinese religious group, and run in the Hebrew language.This move comes just days before the upcoming Israeli election, which will take place on April 9, 2019. It is still unclear as...
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In February, Facebook began adding more details to why you are seeing certain ads on your News Feed including when and why your data was used to target those ads to you. The details also include which agency uploaded your data and whether they provided your information to another advertiser.Now, the social networking giant has announced that it is adding a similar capability...