Shooting at YouTube Headquarters. Facebook's continuing kerfuffle. Apple snags Google's AI head. Chromebooks on school buses. Cheaper Pixel 3 on the way - but not for you. Trump vs. Amazon. Security breaches here, security breaches there, even in our underwear. Don't leave your pepperoni on the hotel balcony.
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- Zuckerberg to testify on April 11
- Shooting at YouTube headquarters leaves suspect dead and several injured
- A YouTube manager’s Twitter account was hacked to spread fake news during shooting
- Facebook Says Cambridge Analytica Harvested Data of Up to 87M Users
- Facebook says Cambridge Analytica may have had data from as many as 87 million people
- Jarvis post
- Don’t Delete Facebook. Do Something About It.
- Facebook disables searching for users via email or phone number due to "malicious actors", says most people could have had their
- Facebook is reducing its Android call history and SMS data collection
- Facebook confirms it scans your conversations in its Messenger app
- Apple Hires Google’s A.I. Chief - The New York Times
- Google veteran Jeff Dean takes over as company’s AI chief
- Grindr Is Letting Other Companies See User HIV Status And Location Data
- Dating app Grindr defends its sharing of HIV status with partners - Axios
- Chrome Is Scanning Files on Your Computer, and People Are Freaking Out - Motherboard
- How Chromebooks became the go-to laptops for security experts
- Google is equipping more rural school buses with Wi-Fi and Chromebooks - The Verge
- Greatest story ever told: Seagulls and pepperoni
- Google employees begging company to drop military AI work
- Google is making a cheaper Pixel 3 model, but don’t call it a Nexus
- “TRUMP IS LIKE, ‘HOW CAN I F--K WITH HIM?’”: TRUMP’S WAR WITH AMAZON (AND THE WASHINGTON POST) IS PERSONAL
- Panerabread.com Leaks Millions of Customer Records — Krebs on Security
- Under Armour Data Breach: 150 Million MyFitnessPal Accounts Hacked | Fortune