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Illustration photo shows “likes” on WhatsApp’s Facebook page displayed on a laptop screen in Paris February 20, 2014. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon


Tech Underestimates Future Demand for Privacy

Tech Underestimates Future Demand for Privacy

US Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey designed his social media presence to be safe from prying eyes. He set up a private Instagram account only followed by family members, and subscribed to Twitter under a false name. After just one mention in a...
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We are no longer entirely human.
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A worker checks an iPhone in a repair store in New York, in this file photo taken February 17, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Files


Whatsapp Reinforces Protection of User Privacy

Whatsapp Reinforces Protection of User Privacy

Jeddah- The infamous “texting and more” social network pioneering app, “Whatsapp”, added a feature providing full protection to users privacy, who amount to over a billion accounts owners worldwide. The update went viral in a yellow chat bubble displayed over chat...
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FILE – This Sept. 19, 2007 file photo shows the National Security Agency building at Fort Meade, Md. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)