Google+ gets the axe after exposing users’ private info


Google took a one-two punch to the chin today by having to admit its once ballyhooed Facebook competitor is a dud. There’s so little interest in Google+ it’s being killed off. That would normally be bad enough, but the shutdown isn’t just because of lack of interest. A bug in Google+ exposed the personal information […] (via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens) … Cult of Mac

Facebook Fails Again, Exposing Over 50 Million Users In Security Breach


Facebook can’t seem to get out of its own way when it comes to security. The biggest security issue for the social network was the Cambridge Analytica fiasco that gave the company access to information on 87 million users. In June, Facebook had another security failure when private posts of 14 million users were shared publicly. Today we learn … News Rss Feed

Facebook’s latest blunder made private posts public for 14M users

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Facebook is again at the center of a privacy controversy after revealing today that it had been inadvertently sharing private posts publicly for some 14 million users. When attempting to test a feature on users’ profiles, developers introduced a bug that exposed the posts of some individuals who thought they were posting privately, Facebook revealed. The company t… The Next Web

Allowing Users to Manage their Data in iCloud


The European Union’s upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may impact the way you currently let your users manage their data. Learn how to provide ways for your users to manage their data stored in iCloud, including the ability to temporarily deactivate or restrict access, delete, or get a copy of their data. Learn more … News – Apple Developer