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Google+ announced that a security flaw in the application program interface has exposed the details of more than 50 million Google users.
an investigation done by the Wall Street Journal confirmed that over the last few years a cyber-security glitch in the Google Plus social network has been exposing the personal information of nearly half a million people to third-parties.
The company keeps expressing a strong commitment toward ensuring security, while at the same time warning of the difficulty of protecting email communications.
Google has proposed to penalize websites that repeatedly violate security standards, pressuring companies to make sure their websites do not pose a risk to users.
How do you account for someone’s digital presence after they’re no longer with us in the physical world? The ‘digital afterlife’ is a concept that…
Have you heard the news? Read more about the latest technology that tech giants are using and how it affects your privacy.