Are text messages ever really deleted? It depends

As controversy heats up surrounding the missing text messages exchanged between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, some have wondered whether text messages can be deleted forever or go unaccounted for.Like most things with technology, it’s not a simple yes or no answer.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/01/24/are-text-messages-ever-really-deleted-it-depends.html

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Twitter CEO reportedly says company having 'Arab Spring' moment in US

Twitter’s CEO said at a technology conference in San Francisco on Wednesday that the political protests and controversy is similar to that of “Arab Spring.”

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Facebook removes photo of historic statue for violating nudity guidelines

Facebook is courting controversy once again following its removal of a photo of an iconic Italian statue of Neptune. The company claims it violates its nudity policy, but the user who uploaded it is not taking the matter lying down.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/01/03/facebook-removes-photo-historic-statue-for-violating-nudity-guidelines.html

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Bing translation error connects ISIS with Saudi Arabia

Microsoft’s search engine Bing has sparked controversy after translating the word “Daesh”– an acronym that refers to the fundamentalist group Islamic State— as “Saudi Arabia.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/08/31/bing-translation-error-connects-isis-with-saudi-arabia.html

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Military base issues 'Pokemon Go' warning

The “Pokemon Go” phenomenon, which has sparked controversy at sites such as the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, has prompted a safety warning from the U.S. military’s sprawling Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/07/19/military-base-issues-pokemon-go-warning.html

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Senator voices concerns about 'Pokemon GO' data privacy

Just a day after “Pokemon GO” sparked controversy as characters in the game appeared in somber locations like the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Arlington National Cemetery, a U.S. senator has called for the company that makes the game to give “greater clarity” about how it handles users’ security and privacy.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/07/13/senator-voices-concerns-about-pokemon-go-data-privacy.html

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NIST Seeks Business Partners to Boost Email Security


The controversy over the management of email systems by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been in the spotlight since March. More recently, the CIA director acknowledged that his personal email had been hacked. Both situations highlight the continuing vulnerability of email. That’s why the National Institute of Standards and Technology has launched an initiative to help both public and private organizations improve email security. A key element of NIST’s initiative is to engage the private sector for assistance.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82692.html?rss=1

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Apple's resistance to hiring felons for Campus 2 construction is unusual, but not unprecedented

Apple has found itself in the midst of an unexpected controversy this week after it was revealed that the iPhone maker bars laborers with recent felony convictions from working on its new corporate campus, a practice that may be unusual among private companies, but is not without precedent.



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Apple's resistance to hiring felons for Campus 2 construction is unusual, but not unprecedented

Apple has found itself in the midst of an unexpected controversy this week after it was revealed that the iPhone maker bars laborers with recent felony convictions from working on its new corporate campus, a practice that may be unusual among private companies, but is not without precedent.



The original article can be found here: http://appleinsider.com.feedsportal.com/c/33975/f/616168/s/45300274/sc/15/l/0Lappleinsider0N0Carticles0C150C0A40C0A70Capples0Eresistance0Eto0Ehiring0Efelons0Efor0Ecampus0E20Econstruction0Eis0Eunusual0Ebut0Enot0Eunprecedented/story01.htm

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Samsung fighting off its own 'bendgate' controversy, says Galaxy S6 not bendable in normal daily use

After Samsung poked fun at Apple’s iPhone 6 for the so-called “bendgate” controversy, the South Korean electronics maker is now in the midst of its own public relations crisis, and has been forced to respond to a video showing its new Galaxy S6 Edge bending and breaking.



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Kanye: A paparazzi drone could electrocute my daughter

Kanye West has added his voice to the controversy over drones, expressing his fears that one of the remote-controlled devices could accidentally electrocute his daughter.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/08/08/kanye-drone-could-electrocute-my-daughter/

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