Facebook reiterated its policy of not removing misleading or bogus political ads Thursday, clarifying its own policies after CEO Mark Zuckerberg offered Congress confusing and sometimes incomplete testimony on the subject.
The bureau announced that it would add statistical "noise" to the 2020 data, essentially tinkering with its own numbers to preserve privacy. But that idea creates its own problems, and social scientists, redistricting experts and others worry that it will make next year's census less accurate.
The nearly $2,000 phone will launch on Sept. 6 in South Korea, and Sept. 18 in France, Germany and Britain. Other markets including the U.S. and Singapore will follow, but the company did not specify dates.
Each record had a Facebook user’s ID, which is a long string of numbers that can be traced back to a user’s account, as well as their phone number. More than 130 million of the exposed records were from the U.S.
Texas Tech’s Seiichi Nagihara is one of 12 people who have been selected by NASA through the Artemis lunar program, with the goal of sending astronauts to the moon by 2024 as preparation for sending humans to Mars.
Members of both parties on Tuesday suggested legislation may be necessary for the financially-struggling U.S. news industry as lawmakers began a bipartisan investigation into the market dominance of Silicon Valley companies.
For one class period, students used a whiteboard to tally, in real time, every Snapchat, Instagram, text, call or other notification that popped up. Students were told not to respond to avoid generating replies ... and further notifications.
Apple, beset by falling iPhone sales, announced upcoming changes to its phone and computer software intended to highlight its increasing emphasis on digital services and to further position it as a fierce guardian of personal privacy.