Facebook Protect

What’s the latest and greatest from Facebook? Well, they have decided that a small subset of Facebook users are now eligible to enroll in Facebook Protect – a way for political candidates, their campaigns and elected officials to further secure their accounts.

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The Login Experience

The login experience has gotten more and more complicated over the years and every website has their own way to do it. When logging into a new website, we are presented with options to sign in with Google, Facebook and other platforms that make the login experience apparently more seamless. But what about using actual login information and what does that mean for your privacy?

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France Fines Google and Facebook

France recently fined Google and Facebook for hampering users’ ability to stop the companies tracking their online activity. According to BBC, French regulators have hit Google and Facebook with fines totalling 210m euros over the use of cookies. The French data privacy watchdog Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, the CNIL, said both sites were making it difficult for internet users to refuse the online trackers.

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