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Not even your Dunkin' Donuts Perks account is safe from hackers

What is this world coming to.  In a troubling sign of these cybercrime-friendly times, it turns out that not even your Dunkin' Donuts Perks account is safe from hackers. And, as these things tend to go, that could have broad ramifications for
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Grindr, other dating apps are working to add STD notification features

Popular dating apps could soon help stop the spread of record high STD infections among their users. Grindr and other primarily gay dating apps are exploring ways to add the ability for people who test positive for an STD to notify partners using
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Sorry iPhone users, Apple won't let you have the Steam Link app

Welp, it looks like the App Store won't be getting Steam's newest app after all. Apple has rejected Steam Link, an app that lets you play Steam games on your iPhone or iPad, even though the company initially approved the app for its App Store. SEE
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Instapaper to temporarily block European users, citing GDPR

Popular bookmarking service Instapaper is temporarily closing off access to European users, as it buys time to adjust to Europe's tough new data law. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on Friday, has tight
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Apple now lets you download every bit of data it ever collected from you

Apple has launched a new Data and Privacy page on its website, allowing users to check and download all the data the company has collected from you.  The page, available at, requires you to login with your Apple ID and
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Angry MacBook users file class action lawsuit against Apple over defective keyboards

Apple's silence over issues related to its allegedly flawed MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards just got a whole lot more deafening. On Friday, a class action lawsuit was filed against Apple in the Northern District Court of California over the
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Facebook just made a major change to how it polices content

With 2 billion users, Facebook's content policies have changed a lot over the years. But one aspect that's been the same is that users have very little, if any, say about what happens after they click the "report" button — until now. Facebook
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Reddit and Pornhub hosted fake Hillary Clinton porn linked to Russian accounts

As we found out in March, Facebook, Twitter and Google aren't the only online platforms where Russian interference with the 2016 U.S. election has proved a problem. Now, NBC News reports that Russian-linked accounts on Reddit, Pornhub, Spankbang and
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Mark Zuckerberg doesn't want to talk about tracking users who've logged out of Facebook

For someone whose entire fortune depends on online advertising, Mark Zuckerberg sure is reluctant to talk about it.  Over the course of his Tuesday testimony in front of a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees, Facebook'
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Facebook will pay a whole $40,000 to users who sniff out the next Cambridge Anlaytica

Get this crazy coincidence, guys! On the same day that Mark Zuckerberg is headed to Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers ahead of his congressional testimony, Facebook announced a new initiative for rooting out external abusers of the Facebook