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Twitter Bans Ads From Russia's Kaspersky Lab
The CEO of Kaspersky Lab is demanding that Twitter explain its reason for the ad ban, which started in January.

Oath Makes it Easier to Find Bugs on AOL, Yahoo, Tumblr
Until now, several brands siting under the Oath umbrella, including AOL and Yahoo, have had their own big bounty programs. Starting today, they're coming together.

9 Things We Learned From an Ex-Cambridge Analytica Exec
Former Cambridge Analytica director Brittany Kaiser talks Facebook, data mining, and using social me

'Log In With Facebook' Feature Lets Web Trackers Scoop Data
Researchers at Princeton University said that several marketing platforms were likely exploiting the Facebook Login feature to help businesses better monetize their users.

Bill Gates Backs Plan for Earth-Monitoring Cameras
Bill Gates, SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, and other investors want to install a 'constellation' of cameras in space that monitor the entire surface of Earth in real time, 24/7.

Slow Chips, Coupled with Fast Ones, Could Address Spectre Flaw
Current software patches for the Spectre chip flaw have been a mere "Band-Aid" on the problem, said Paul Kocher, a security researcher who co-discovered the vulnerability.

Letting Your iPhone Trust Random PCs Is a Bad Idea
Symantec is warning about the dangers of granting a trust permission when connecting an iPhone to a computer over a USB cable.

NY AG to Cryptocurrency Exchanges: What's Your Deal?
For now, Eric Schneiderman's probe appears to be more of a fact-finding mission.

Opera Shutting Down its VPN for iOS, Android
The browser maker is permanently shuttering Opera VPN for iOS and Android on April 30, but is offering users deals on the SurfEasy VPN it acquired in 2015.

Facebook's Answer to EU Privacy Law Is Permission Screens
Users either need to accept data collection and targeted ads, or decide not to use Facebook anymore.