CNIL to investigate the popular chat app – Clubhouse

Clubhouse, a new audio-only chat app, is being investigated by France’s data protection watchdog. The country of France is The Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) is investigating…

Facebook to launch a newsletter platform for independent writers

On Tuesday, Facebook announced the launch of a new platform that will enable independent writers to connect with their audiences through websites and email newsletters. In the coming months, the…

18 year old Twitter hacker pleads guilty. Sentenced for 3 years in prison

In a plea bargain, the teen who took over multiple high-profile Twitter accounts in a Bitcoin scam in 2020 sentenced to three years in jail.     Graham Clark, 18,…

Content creators on Facebook can now monetize their short video posts

Many Facebook users would be able to profit from their short video posts if their viewers watch an ad within the first 30 seconds. In-stream advertisements on videos longer than…

Apple to discontinue the Homepod, focusing on Homepod mini instead: Reports

The first Apple HomePod smart speaker was launched in 2018. After four years, Apple has decided to discontinue the premium smart speaker, opting instead to concentrate on the HomePod Mini,…

Twitter fixes the “MEMPHIS” bug

Twitter has corrected a bug that caused accounts to be suspended automatically when they tweeted the word “Memphis.” The social media platform also stated that accounts that were briefly affected…

With a new test, Netflix intends to prevent password sharing

Netflix is experimenting with a new feature that seeks to prevent password sharing. The new functionality, which is currently available on Netflix on TV, prohibits users from accessing the service…

Microsoft’s software vulnerability used by at least ten hacking groups, according to researchers.

According to cybersecurity firm ESET, at least ten different hacker groups are using a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft Corp’s mail server system to break into targets all over the…

Facebook seeks court to dismiss US government, states antitrust cases

On Wednesday, Facebook urged a federal court to dismiss major antitrust lawsuits filed by the US Federal Trade Commission and virtually every state in the nation, arguing that the cases…