Windows 10 Creators Edition will include a newly revised privacy statement that finally tells you what information Microsoft is collecting about you. You'll also have access to a privacy dashboard that lets you change how you share personal data at the device level.
YouTube TV launched in select markets offering more than 40 networks including the big four, live sports, and a host of popular cable networks like Disney and SyFy. The app relies on Chromecast for TV viewing for now, and includes unlimited cloud DVR capabilities, all for $35 per month with the first month free.
Facebook is doing its part to stop the widespread sharing of images that have been reported as revenge porn. According to a blog post on their site, Facebook will use new photo-matching technology to prevent users from forwarding images that someone has tagged as an intimate photo that's been posted without consent.
Plus, Twitter loses the NFL to Amazon, Zunum Aero plans to bring hybrid electric planes into the skies, and Fortune's Jeff John Roberts breaks down a class action settlement involving the shared contacts lists of iOS users.
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