The messaging app markets itself as a better alternative to WhatsApp, but it’s not as secure as you think.
It’s time to choose a more trustworthy messenger service.
Millennials might've laid claim to them first but Gen Z has gone ahead and given emojis meaning no one saw coming.
Facebook has chosen to review user data requests manually, without screening the email address of people who request access to the portals, which are made for law enforcement agents only.
After allegations of Facebook ignoring hate speech rules on posts by Bharatiya Janata Party politicians, Indian activist Saket Gokhale says the recent findings cast a shadow on the integrity of the last elections.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, WhatsApp, and Zoom have all said they will stop complying with government orders to hand over data. And that's exactly what Beijing wanted.
Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Groups Are Disbanding Hours After Beijing Passed New National Security Law
Social media posts were erased, protest art was removed from buildings, and a pro-China lawmaker offered huge rewards to anyone willing to snitch on protesters who fled the city.
And tell us what drove them to do it in the first place.
A brochure and emails obtained by Motherboard show how Westbridge, the U.S. arm of NSO, wanted U.S. cops to buy a tool called Phantom.