Specifically, the Tesla CEO thinks the Facebook-owned messaging app
is a hackable piece of garbage. He made that much clear in a Thursday
morning tweet that both highlighted a new emoji and pointed out that the WhatsApp-specific version comes with a not-so-special bonus.
“New emoji,” wrote Musk. “Last one comes with free phone hack.”
European scientific research giant CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has killed its use of Facebook’s Workplace collaboration platform because it is dissatisfied with the company’s approach to fees and data control.
CERN announced the move this week, which ends a nearly four-year trial with Facebook Workplace and means CERN will remove its presence from the platform on January 31, 2020.
An Avast antivirus subsidiary sells ‘Every search. Every click. Every buy. On every site.’ Its clients have included Home Depot, Google, Microsoft, Pepsi, and McKinsey.
An antivirus program used by hundreds of millions of people around the world is selling highly sensitive web browsing data to many of the world’s biggest companies, a joint investigation by Motherboard and PCMag has found. Our report relies on leaked user data, contracts, and other company documents that show the sale of this data is both highly sensitive and is in many cases supposed to remain confidential between the company selling the data and the clients purchasing it.