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Popular Period Tracking Apps Share Your Sexual Health Data With Facebook

Hello Ladies, let’s talk about periods, privacy, and Facebook. Are you using an app on your smartphone to keep tracks on your periods? Well, it’s worrying, because it might be sharing your extremely sensitive information like menstrual cycle and sexual activities with Facebook. A new investigative report from UK-based advocacy group Privacy International revealed how […]

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Facebook Patches “Memory Disclosure Using JPEG Images” Flaws in HHVM Servers

Facebook has patched two high-severity vulnerabilities in its server application that could have allowed remote attackers to unauthorisedly obtain sensitive information or cause a denial of service just by uploading a maliciously constructed JPEG image file. The vulnerabilities reside in HHVM (HipHop Virtual Machine)—a high-performance, open source virtual machine developed by Facebook for executing programs […]

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Use This Privacy Tool to View and Clear Your ‘Off-Facebook Activity’ Data

Well, here we have great news for Facebook users, which is otherwise terrible for marketers and publishers whose businesses rely on Facebook advertisement for re-targeted conversations. Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has taken several privacy measures in the past one year with an aim to give its users more control over their data and […]

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Facebook Sues Two Android App Developers for Click Injection Fraud

Facebook has filed a lawsuit against two shady Android app developers accused of making illegal money by hijacking users’ smartphones to fraudulently click on Facebook ads. According to Facebook, Hong Kong-based ‘LionMobi’ and Singapore-based ‘JediMobi’ app developers were distributing malicious Android apps via the official Google Play Store that exploit a technique known as “click […]