Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft join up to battle terrorist content

Amid concern about the recent spate of terror attacks, some of the world’s largest technology companies are teaming up in an effort to put a stop to terrorist content on their platforms.

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Privacy Concerns Curb Online Commerce, Communication


Concern about online security and privacy are leading Americans to curtail online activity, the United States National Telecommunications and Information Administration reported last week. More than 41,000 households with at least one Internet user in July responded to several privacy and security questions the U.S. Census Bureau posed for the NTIA. Eighty-four percent of those households named at least one online privacy and security concern, and 40 percent mentioned at least two. Sixty-three percent were concerned about identity theft.

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Apple says Mississippi 'religious freedom' bill 'empowers discrimination'

Article Image An avid promoter of civil rights, Apple on Thursday voiced concern over Mississippi’s “religious freedom” house bill that was signed into law this week by Governor Phil Bryant, a piece of legislation opponents say is a tool for discrimination against LGBT individuals.

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Piper Jaffray tells investors not to fret over vague iPhone supplier cuts

Article Image Apple investors showed concern this week after iPhone supplier Dialog Semiconductor warned revenue will fall short of expectations, but Piper Jaffray took the opportunity to remind Wall Street that it’s unwise to read into supplier data.

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3 Windows 10 privacy dangers to fix now

Personal privacy is a serious concern for anyone who surfs, shops or banks online. Google, Facebook, advertisers, hackers and others are constantly trying to get your information so they can make money for themselves. We also don’t want to leave Microsoft off that list. With every version of the Windows operating system, it’s digging further and further into your personal life, and the new Windows 10 is no exception.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/08/20/3-windows-10-privacy-dangers-to-fix-now/

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3 Windows 10 privacy dangers to fix now

Personal privacy is a serious concern for anyone who surfs, shops or banks online. Google, Facebook, advertisers, hackers and others are constantly trying to get your information so they can make money for themselves. We also don’t want to leave Microsoft off that list. With every version of the Windows operating system, it’s digging further and further into your personal life, and the new Windows 10 is no exception.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/08/20/3-windows-10-privacy-dangers-to-fix-now/

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iPod shuffle shortages caused by supplier changes, Apple has no plans to ax its cheapest media player

Though recent shortages of the iPod shuffle caused concern that Apple might discontinue its clip-on media player, a new report reveals that the issues are only temporary, as a result of a supplier change.



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Writers Worldwide Chilled by Government Surveillance


Concern over government surveillance has been so heightened by confidential information leaked by former intelligence hand Edward Snowden that writers in free countries are as worried as those in autocratic nations, according to a report released Monday. Three-quarters of writers in countries classified as “free” told researchers they were “worried” or “somewhat worried” by the level of surveillance in their countries. That compares to 80 percent in “not free” countries and 84 percent in “partly free” nations.

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Judge voices concern over settlement in Apple anti-poaching suit, may not approve agreement

During a court hearing on Thursday, a federal judge voiced concern over a proposed settlement reached in a class action lawsuit over alleged anti-poaching agreements involving Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe.



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