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Ctrip is not only bringing the world to Chinese tourists, the online travel agent is changing the industry too

Love them or hate them, Chinese tourists have taken over the world – and they are not going home any time soon. There is no better place to grasp the scale of the phenomenon than in the Shanghai..
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Blued App Launches Episode 2 of ‘Still About Section 377’ Season 2

A gay social networking app, *Blued*, today launched Episode 2 of web series ‘*Still About Section 377*’ Season 2 on their app. In association with production house Dancing Shiva, this GBTQ based..
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Facebook reveals bug exposed 6.8 million users' photos [Video]Facebook reveals bug exposed 6.8 million users' photos  00:45

Facebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission.

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Facebook Reveals Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users' Photos [Video]Facebook Reveals Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users' Photos  00:23

Facebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission. The company said a bug recently allowed third-party app developers to..

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Facebook Bug Exposed Private Photos [Video]Facebook Bug Exposed Private Photos  00:24

Private pictures from nearly 7 million users were made available to third-party software developers.

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Facebook Says Software Bug Potentially Affected 7 Million Users [Video]Facebook Says Software Bug Potentially Affected 7 Million Users 

Facebook says a software bug potentially affected 7 million people who uploaded pictures to third-party applications.

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Facebook Leaks Private Photos of Nearly 7 Million Accounts [Video]Facebook Leaks Private Photos of Nearly 7 Million Accounts  01:01

Facebook Leaks Private Photos of Nearly 7 Million Accounts The social media giant has admitted to exposing private photos from 6.8 million users to apps who were not given access. The apps were..

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Facebook Photo Bug May Have Affected 6.8M Users [Video]Facebook Photo Bug May Have Affected 6.8M Users  01:01

The apps had access to some users' photos for a 12 day span in September.

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The most buzzed-about science findings of 2018 include advice on dieting, drinking, and saving the planet. Here are the top 10.

the most buzzed-about science findings of 2018 include advice on dieting, drinking, and saving the planet. here are the top 10.
· *In 2018, scientists around the world published studies about a wide range of new discoveries.* · *Their research uncovered new truths about what's best for human health, how we're impacting our..
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The Week in News: December 8th - December 14th

the week in news: december 8th - december 14th
by Graham Pierrepoint - It’s been another rollercoaster of a week as far as global news and politics is concerned, meaning that even in its dying days, 2018 is continuing to shock and surprise...
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Facebook bug exposed private photos of 6.8 million users

facebook bug exposed private photos of 6.8 million users
Symbol: Fb Fb introduced these days any other safety incident affecting thousands and thousands of its shoppers. This time, the corporate stated worm in one among its APIs uncovered the non-public..
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Facebook Hit By Another Security Breach; 6.8 Million Users’ Photos Leaked

Welcome to another episode of “Facebook and Security Breaches.” Yesterday, Facebook announced that a Photo API bug has allowed app developers to access photos of 5.6 million users. The bug gave..
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6.8 million users possibly affected by latest photo bug: Facebook

US top social media network Facebook admitted that about 6.8 million users may risk their private photos being exposed to third-party apps. The company on Friday said more than 1,500 apps built by 876..
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Irish watchdog opens inquiry into latest Facebook privacy breach

Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) has announced a fresh investigation into Facebook, a day after the social networking giant admitted another security breach where nearly 6.8 million users..
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Discord announces a 90/10 revenue split for their upcoming games store

After gaming chat app startup Discord announced in August that they were building out a games store, today, they’ve detailed that they’ll be pursuing a very competitive 90/10 revenue split in 2019...
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Facebook Glitch May Expose About 7 Million Users’ Photos

Facebook said Friday that a security glitch may have let third-party apps access the private photos of as many as 6.8 million users, the latest example of the social-media company failing to protect..
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Facebook Bug Potentially Exposed Millions of Users' Unshared Photos

Facebook said unshared pictures of up to 6.8 million users may have been exposed by a software issue that granted app developers access to the photos, the latest in a series of privacy snafus at the..
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Millions of Facebook users may have had their photos exposed due to privacy flaw

Facebook's privacy controls have broken down yet again, this time through a software flaw affecting nearly seven million users who had photos exposed to a much wider audience than intended.
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Bug may have exposed photos from 7M Facebook users

Facebook's privacy controls have broken down yet again, this time through a software flaw affecting nearly 7 million users...
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