India vs Pakistan ICC World Cup 2019: Twitter asks rain to leave Manchester alone and come to India

India vs Pakistan ICC World Cup 2019: Twitter asks rain to leave Manchester alone and come to India

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India vs Pakistan World Cup match has people praying that it doesn’t rain today The last ICC World Cup was held in the year 2015. Cricket fans after waiting for a period of 4 years were again excited about the most important cup in the world of cricket. But some fans have gone to the
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Facebook will pay you to let it track what you do on your phone

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Facebook will once again begin paying people to monitor how they use their phone through a new app called Study. The app will monitor which apps are installed on a person’s phone, the time spent using those apps, the country you’re in, and additional app data that could reveal specific features you’re using, among other things. Facebook says
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Twitter is looking to hire a ‘master in the art of Twitter’ to become its Tweeter in Chief

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Among the most frequent criticisms leveled at Twitter’s upper management is that those in charge fundamentally misunderstand the platform, what it does best, and the myriad ways it fails its users daily. That can best expressed through the approach the company, and in particular its CEO Jack Dorsey, takes in attempting to fix its issues,
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Facebook begins telling users who try to share distorted Nancy Pelosi video that it’s fake

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Earlier this week, an altered video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi caught fire on Facebook, and despite being faked, the platform has so far declined to remove it. However, it has now chosen to notify users who attempt to share the clip that it is faked. “Once the video was fact checked as false, we dramatically reduced
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Samsung Galaxy M30, Galaxy M20, Galaxy M10 to Receive Android Pie Update Starting June 3

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Samsung has finally revealed when it plans to roll out the Android 9 Pie update for its Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30 smartphones in India. Part of the company’s Galaxy M-series, the smartphones currently run on the dated Android 8.1 Oreo operating system with Samsung Experience UI on top. The company has now
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3 Reasons Not To Break Up Facebook

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Chris Hughes, a Facebook co-founder who says he sold all of his shares in 2012, believes the company should be broken up. He was as wrong about Facebook in 2012 as he is now. Here are three reasons Facebook should not be broken up. Facebook use is voluntary To those who place a high value
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The FTC is reportedly divided about how to hold Facebook accountable for privacy lapses

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A new report from The New York Times says that the Federal Trade Commission is having trouble agreeing on a suitable punishment for Facebook’s privacy lapses, and that its members are specifically trying to determine whether or not CEO Mark Zuckerberg should be held personally responsible. Facebook is reportedly facing a huge fine from the FTC over its highly-public privacy
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Twitter is all set to show new live, and on demand, premium videos

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NEW YORK: Twitter has announced premium content deals with Univision, The Wall Street Journal, NFL, ESPN, and Viacom for live-streaming videos on its platform. The deals, announced at Twitter’s “Digital Content NewFronts” event on Monday, will showcase new live and on demand premium video programming, offering advertisers new opportunities to connect with influential and receptive audiences, the company said in a statement.
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Facebook: Too Big To Fine

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2008 kicked off the era of Too Big to Fail. We’ve officially entered a new paradigm: Too Big to Fine. This week Facebook disclosed its expecting a $3-$5B fine from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This would be the largest fine ever levied on a tech company, specifically related to their privacy practices/big “oops” in allowing a Cambridge
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Facebook blocks could open the door to online censorship

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On Easter Sunday, in the wake of devastating attacks that killed over 300 people, Sri Lanka shut down a large portion of its internet. President’s secretary Udaya Seneviratne said officials had decided to “temporarily block” sites and apps like Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, and Viber until investigations concluded — something they claimed was a precautionary
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