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Wait, so now I can’t tweet photos of other people on Twitter?
- There are a ton of caveats It’s just been a day since Parag Agarwal took over Twitter as CEO after Jack Dorsey resigned , and the company has rolled out a seemingly controversial policy. Under this new norm, you can’t tweet out pictures of another individual . Twitter already had a private information policy that barred users from sharing other people’s phone numbers, addresses, and email IDs. Now it’s ...

Source: thenextweb.com
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Clearview AI facing $22.6M fine over U.K. privacy violations
- The U.K.’s data regulator has warned Clearview AI it could face a £17 million (U.S. $22.6 million) fine over its use of people’s data to power its facial recognition software. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is particularly concerned that while the tech firm’s services are no longer being offered in the United Kingdom, and the company has no U.K.-based customers, evidence suggests it both has ...

Source: complianceweek.com
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Android Malware Apps Get Extra Crafty and Net Over 300,000 Installs
- The dropper apps disguised themselves as PDF and QR code scanners, as well as fitness apps. Trojan dropper apps have flown under the radar on Google Play in recent months, netting over 300,000 downloads and stealthily installing malware that scoops up people's banking details. As mobile security firm ThreatFabric reveals , "in the span of only four months, four large Android families [Anatsa, Alien, Hydra, and ...

Source: pcmag.com
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The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 will power the next Galaxy and OnePlus phones
- The chipset that will power the next generation of Android phones is here, and it’s not a Snapdragon 895, 890, or 898. Qualcomm has completely flipped its naming scheme. The new flagship Qualcomm chip is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will likely power the next Samsung Galaxy phone, the next OnePlus phones, and more. To learn more about the next-gen chipset, Qualcomm flew me out to its annual ...

Source: bgr.com
TECHNOLOGY  
150+ HP Printers Vulnerable to Bugs That Could Allow 'Full Control'
- HP released patches to address the security flaws on Nov. 1. Is your printer on the list? More than 150 HP printers are vulnerable to two bugs that could give hackers full access to the devices, according to security firm F-Secure. "In our quest to enhance our attack simulation capabilities while learning hardware security, we discovered two very different methods for gaining full control over HP [multi-function ...

Source: pcmag.com
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Zoom Cloud meetings add automatic updates for all Windows, Mac users
- To expand offerings previously available only to enterprise users, the video conferencing app Zoom has rolled out automatic updates with the latest features and security fixes to all users. Automatic software updates are now available for the desktop Zoom client on Windows and macOS, but it is not available for Linux yet. Mobile devices can be automatically updated through app stores, ZDNet reported. Zoom said ...

Source: techgenyz.com