Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Tag: social media

Facebook on mobilephone

Facebook exposed millions of Instagram passwords to employees

Facebook says they stored millions of Instagram users' passwords in readily available files employees can access. The security issue came to light last month after it...
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Citizen album cover for ‘Youth’ sparks hilarious meme

Even though Citizen dropped their debut studio album Youth back in 2013, it’s still alive and well on Twitter in 2019. The album has...
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Facebook, Instagram experience second outage in a month

For the second time in a month, Facebook experienced a worldwide outage where users were unable to access the social networking sites. According to...
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Social media scrubbing is now a reality thanks to a new app

Let’s face it — everyone probably has written something on Twitter or Facebook that they would never dream of posting now. Some people might...
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Snapchat to allow Tinder users to share Stories with matches

Soon, your Tinder matches might be able to get to know you a little better because soon, you can share your Snapchat stories to...
Facebook on mobilephone

Facebook to allow users to customize News Feed content

Facebook is launching a new feature to better explain to users why certain posts are showing up in their New Feeds. It will also...
Twitter

Twitter “dark mode” option just got even more emo

Twitter might not listen when we ask for an edit button, but they sure do know how to win over our cold emo hearts...
Twitter

Twitter issues warning over prank locking users out of accounts

There's a new prank making its way around Twitter that results in users getting locked out of their accounts. The trick involves getting the...
Facebook on mobilephone

Facebook exposed hundreds of millions of user passwords to employees

Facebook allegedly stored between 200 and 600 million users’ passwords in plain text, leaving them exposed to about 20,000 employees. According to Krebs on...
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MySpace lost more than a decade’s worth of music

MySpace loyalists, get ready to cry — the site has lost every song uploaded to it between 2003 and 2015. That’s right, the platform...