Zuckerberg: Most of Facebook’s 2 billion users should assume their data has been compromised

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today revealed that all of its 2.2 billion users should assume their public data has been compromised by third-party scrapers. The source of this vulnerability is Facebook’s search function, which allows anyone to look up users via their email address or phone numbers. Users have to opt into it, via an option that lets their names come up in searches. The security settings have this option on by default. In a blog post from CTO Mike Schroepfer, Facebook hinted at the scope of the problem: However, malicious actors have also abused these features to scrape public…

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YouTube shooting suspect had been angry over filtering, demonetization

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News outlets including the New York Times and NBC report law enforcement sources identified the shooter at YouTube's HQ as Nasim Aghdam, a 39-year-old woman from the San Diego area. While the sources have not confirmed a reason behind the attack, now…
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Four people have been shot at YouTube HQ in Silicon Valley

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The San Bruno facility is separate from the Google campus further south.

Four people have suffered gunshot wounds following a shooting at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, Calif., according to authorities. One of those people is believed by police to be the suspect, who has been killed.

San Bruno police chief Ed Barberini said at a news conference that officers encountered three victims who are “being treated for injuries that are treatable.” Two of the victims had fled into a nearby business, the police later said.

The suspected shooter, a female, suffered a fatal wound that Barberini said “may have been self-inflicted.”

Barberini said police arrived to the scene after 911 calls shortly after 12:45 pm PT and then “immediately began a search for a possible shooter or suspect.” He described the scene on arrival as “chaotic” and said that the building was eventually evacuated.

Stanford University Medical Center spokesperson Lisa Kim told Recode that they are expecting four to five patients to arrive shortly but that she did not have any news on their conditions. Update: Kim now says her information was incorrect and that no patients were treated at her hospital.

President Donald Trump tweeted that he was briefed on the shooting.

In a note to staff obtained by Recode, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki wrote: “Pls stay secure as police clear building and pls follow police instructions to safety. We have full team here to get you to safety.”

Google CEO Sundar Pichai told his employees: “I know you are in shock right now” and called the incident an “unimaginable tragedy.”

Previously:We are responding to an active shooter. Please stay away from Cherry Ave & Bay Hill Drive,” San Bruno police tweeted.

Google, which owns YouTube, tweeted that it is “coordinating with authorities and will provide official information here from Google and YouTube as it becomes available.

But sources close to the situation said that several people had been shot and that the shooter has been shot, too. It is unclear how seriously anyone has been injured.

Employees at the scene are also reporting the shooting and are trying to protect themselves there. Photos posted to Twitter show YouTube employees being led out of the building with their hands up. There are helicopters on the scene, as well as police SWAT teams.

The YouTube building is in a busy area of San Bruno, which is near the San Francisco airport. It is run in a separate location from the campus of Google in Mountain View, which is further south. The huge video platform is a unit of the search giant, which, in turn, is part of Alphabet.

Unlike the more college campus-like setting of Google, YouTube is a building right on the street, and its main lobby is relatively accessible — there is security, of course, but it is not noticeably present — in comparison to other tech firms. The site often gets many fans, who want to visit the popular YouTube.

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The card-based dungeon crawling adventure game ‘Card Quest’ has been ported to Android

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The single-player card-based strategy roguelite Card Quest has been ported to Android, and amazingly it has landed on the Play Store before Apple users have even received a release date for their upcoming iOS port. So for once Android is first, and considering that this doesn’t happen often, let’s try to enjoy it.

Card Quest is most easily described as a single-player roguelite dungeon crawler with card-based combat, and plenty of branching paths for you to choose from that should add a lot of replayability to the title.

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ARKit-Only Apps Have Been Downloaded Over 13 Million Times In Last Six Months

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When Apple released iOS 11 last year, it highlighted ARKit as one of its core new features. With ARKit, Apple was going to bring augmented reality to the mainstream by allowing developers to integrate it into their apps and games. Since then, data from Sensor Tower shows that ARKit apps have been downloaded over 13 million times by iPhone and iPad owners. Continue reading
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ARKit apps have been downloaded 13 million times so far

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iOS users have installed upwards of 13 million augmented reality apps since Apple debuted ARKit back in September, a new report from Sensor Tower Store Intelligence suggests. That’s up from 3 million worldwide one month after iOS 11 was launched. Apps which established themselves early on, including Ikea Place, Giphy World, The Machines, and My […]

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This tiny wearable knows what you’ve been eating, drinking, and smoking

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A recent breakthrough in miniaturized sensor technology could end up taking a bite out of personal privacy. Researchers developed a wearable small enough to stick on a human tooth virtually unnoticed. And it’s capable of wirelessly transmitting data on any chemicals it comes in contact with. The team, researchers from Tufts University School of Engineering, set out to create a better solution for monitoring dietary intake. Their work could prove invaluable to medical researchers and has the potential to save innumerable lives. The device could give doctors real-time alerts on patients based on actual chemical intake. This means that rather…

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Facebook’s Android App Has Been Collecting Users’ Call and Text Data

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Trust in Facebook is very likely at an all-time low due to recent events. And a new report about how the company’s own app logs data isn’t likely to help. Over the past week, several Android users discovered that Facebook had collected and saved extensive call data. That data included call type, contact names, phone […]
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Facebook has been collecting call history and SMS data from Android devices

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Facebook has been collecting call records and SMS data from Android devices for years. Several Twitter users have reported finding months or years of call history data in their downloadable Facebook data file. A number of Facebook users have been spooked by the recent Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal, prompting them to download all the data that Facebook stores on their account. The results have been alarming for some.

“Oh wow my deleted Facebook Zip file contains info on every single phone cellphone call and text I made for about a year,” says ‏Twitter user Mat Johnson. Another, Dylan McKay, says “somehow it has my entire call history with my partner’s mum.” Others have found a similar pattern where it appears close contacts, like…

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Uber’s self-driving car may not have been at fault for killing a pedestrian, but you should still be worried

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Following the horrific news that a woman was killed by one of Uber’s self-driving cars in Tempe, Arizona, on Sunday night, local police said that it would have been impossible to avoid the accident. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Tempe police chief Sylvia Moir said of the accident: The driver said it was like a flash, the person walked out in front of them. His first alert to the collision was the sound of the collision. The vehicle, which had a human in the driver’s seat, was said to be traveling at 38mph in a 35mph zone when it…

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