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Facebook revealed that the requests for account data from governments around the world went up by 27%. This data is from early 2016 in comparison with late 2015. The Global Government Request Report was released by Facebook. Inc on Wednesday. It is mentioned in the report that, the governments increased their data requests from 46,710 in late 2015 to 59,229...
Months after Facebook received criticism for reportedly violating net neutrality with Free Basics, the social networking giant is now testing a brand new model for public Wi-Fi deployments, offering quality and smooth internet access in various rural parts of the country. Not only that, it allows individuals to buy low-cost data packs from local internet service providers (ISPs) to ingress...
There have been quite a positive feedbacks on the newly introduced and upgraded Apple Macbook Pro 2016, by the California-based tech giant. Well, what the analysts say or think doesn’t matter here, but the users choice does? The priority is always the customers and their convenience. There is a lot to know yet and for that it’s important to...
Facebook Inc is working on automatically preventing derogatory content in live video streams, by using artificial intelligence to supervise content. The social media mammoth began using similar software to flag offensive video content in June, but the company is implementing the feature in its live video streaming service, only now. Joaquin Candela, Facebook’s director of Applied Machine Learning, said that...
Jussi Adler Olsen's Mercy is a gripping psychological crime fiction novel set in Denmark. It is the first in a series and has earned worldwide  acclaim. The series is to revolve around a dark and bizarre organization known only as Department Q.  Carl Mørck plays the stereotypical gritty, grimy crusader that's become withdrawn after witnessing a traumatic shooting that took...
A UN report reveals that more than half of the world's population is still offline. According to the United Nations International Telecommunication Union report, the online population has increased from 43% in 2015 to 47.1%. Technological advancements that accompanied ubiquitous mobile network coverage have lead to an increase in internet connectivity. Mobile broadband networks geographically cover around 84% of...
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