One of the co-founders of Facebook is on the run after going public with claims that the CIA were involved with the creation of the social media site. Paul Ceglia, 43, disappeared while under house arrest and claimed that the CIA have tried to kill him. He went on the run with his wife Lasia, two teen sons and their[Read More...]
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Australia said it will allow Facebook and Instagram photos to be used as part of its national surveillance database. Senior officials from the attorney general’s office have confirmed that the government are also monitoring Facebook photos. Some AUS$18.5 million (£8.62 million) will be spent on the National Facial Biometric Matching Capability database, which would retain still images that authorities could[Read More...]
Facebook has been criticised after users were forced to accept a series of bizarre terms and conditions that are seen as a threat to privacy. The app allows Facebook to record you without your knowledge – using your phone’s microphone and it can also take your photo using your phone’s camera. Under the terms of service, the app is able[Read More...]
The government has officially announced plans to monitor Facebook accounts more closely. The Cabinet Office said that it will start monitoring social media feeds on Facebook, Twitter and blogs in an attempt to oversee public opinion. It will partner with several companies including Gorkana Group Ltd, LexisNexis, Meltwater (UK) Ltd, Precise Media Monitoring LTD, Press Data Ltd, PRIME Research Ltd,[Read More...]
A developer has created new software to track the real-time locations of those who use Facebook Messenger, it has been announced. This new technology means that Facebook Messenger can track your location to within a metre. The software was created by Harvard computer science and mathematics student, Aran Khanna. His app Marauders Map – named after a Harry Potter book[Read More...]