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A New York Court of Appeals is set to hear a case brought by Microsoft in response to a search warrant for emails that are on a server in Ireland.
The company's latest blog post reads like a weak, desperate attempt to save face.
A feature turned on by default sends parents a comprehensive weekly report of their children's web activity.
There are valid reasons why the company has asked to collect info stored on your phone.
It's not a good day for members of the dating site, which boasts the slogan 'Life is short. Have an affair.'
Aran Khanna's Marauder's Map plugin showed the location of Facebook Messenger users, accurate to within a meter.
The beacons will send location-based product recommendations, coupons and other alerts to customers via Target's iPhone app.
The tech company is reportedly launching a new version aimed at businesses and without the histrionics that accompanied the product's initial debut.
This as hackers threatened to publish names and salacious details about the infidelity website's clients.
The site is heartened by some initial public response that sees it as a victim.
The hacker group says it will release sensitive information of clients of the dating site for cheating spouses.
Still not a peep, even two months after discovering that sensitive personal information was compromised in a hack of government databanks, officials say.