Facebook Says Cyber ​​Spies Are Using Bogus WhatsApp And Signal Apps To Snoop On Thousands

Facebook uncovers cyber espionage campaigns targeting thousands that appear to be emanating from Pakistan and India getty The hackers used malware capable of accessing call logs, text messages and a device’s camera and microphone. A cyber espionage group believed to be operating out of India and Pakistan has been spying on thousands of people by … Read more

Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp Remain Silent Amid Govt Registration Deadline

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Ethical Hacker Indonesia founder Teguh Aprianto shared his personal opinion regarding the various major social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and WhatsApp which have not registered their companies as electronic system operators (PSE) to Indonesia’s Communication and Informatics Ministry (Kominfo). In his Twitter thread on July 17, Teguh believes there are … Read more

Instagram Is New Frontier for Central Banks. Is TikTok Next?

The world’s central banks are mixing it with wellness influencers, makeup experts and amateur chefs on Instagram. The world’s central banks are mixing it with wellness influencers, makeup experts and amateur chefs on Instagram as they increasingly turn to the social media platform to get their messages across. While Facebook and Twitter remain monetary authorities’ … Read more

Opinion: Big Tech is no longer winning as big, but these two stocks still seem safe

The Big Tech earnings boom is officially over, but some of the world’s most powerful and valuable companies are breaking off from the pack. As this column told you months ago, profit increases are no longer a given for Big Tech. Collectively, Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, + 3.70% GOOG, + 3.82%, Amazon.com Inc. AMZN, + 4.65%, … Read more

Tech Stocks Lead Rally Ahead of Apple, Amazon Earnings

US stocks soared Thursday, with technology stocks leading the charge, as investors cheered a solid earnings report by Meta Platforms that showed resilience in the face of rising inflation. The Facebook FB 17.59% owner’s stock rose 18% after the company said it had added more users than investors expected in the first quarter. That gain … Read more

Shocking! Data used to sexually extort minors given up by Apple, Google, Twitter, others

Data has been used to harass and even sexually extort minors. Major technology companies have been duped into providing sensitive personal information about their customers in response to fraudulent legal requests, and the data has been used to harass and even sexually extort minors, according to four federal law enforcement officials and two industry investigators. … Read more

A look at 15 significant merger and acquisitions in tech industry- Technology News, Firstpost

FP TrendingApr 26, 2022 11:20:01 IST Tesla CEO Elon Musk struck a deal on Monday to buy social media giant Twitter for $ 44 billion. In a statement released on the microblogging platform, the world’s richest man stated that he wants to make Twitter “better than ever”. Twitter’s sale to Musk will see the company … Read more

TPG Telecom’s private cloud service to boost competition in Queensland

TPG Telecom launches a private cloud service region in Brisbane to help businesses and local councils in Queensland gain access to cloud computing services. For Moreton Bay Regional Council, leveraging TPG’s private cloud services means they can benefit from on-premises IT services — including high bandwidth, low latency on-demand compute, and storage from highly secure … Read more

Canada can learn from Australia’s news media deal with Big Tech

Congratulations, Canadian journalists! Parliament appears likely to pass a measure that would extract millions of dollars from Facebook and Google and send that money to news organizations. If you believe, as I do, that a healthy press is vital to democracy, this probably seems like a great idea. The bill is based on Australia’s News … Read more

Facebook podcasting anyone? Meta is pulling back from its foray

Facebook’s interest in podcasts is fading, barely a year after it began. Facebook’s interest in podcasts is fading, barely a year after it began. Last April, during a hot market for audio, Facebook launched Live Audio Rooms, short-form stories called Soundbites and podcasts for US users. The company signed deals with creators and sponsored one … Read more