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22 Sep

Twitter says it patched a bug that could have shared users' private messages

Twitter said Friday that private messages sent between users and some brands since May 2017 might have been improperly shared with external software developers.

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22 Sep

Adobe confirms it's buying Marketo for $4.75 billion

Adobe officially announced its largest acquisition ever, adding Marketo to its existing marketing software.

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22 Sep

Instagram's new TV service recommended child exploitation content

Instagram's new IGTV video service suggested content that showed potential child abuse, according to a report by Business Insider. In one video, called "Hot Girl Follow Me," a girl aged around 11 or 12 is shown about to take her top off.

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22 Sep

Wall Street analysts are worried about a memory chip downturn as Micron shares keep falling

Analysts are concerned the negative impact from Intel's processor manufacturing issues may last longer than one quarter.

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22 Sep

Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

Facebook said it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections.

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22 Sep

Airbnb wants hosts to own a stake in the company, so it's asking the SEC for a rule change

Airbnb hosts are closer to paid partners than employees or investors, who would be eligible for stock options and equity ownership under current SEC rules for private companies. 

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22 Sep

Mario Gabelli, a major Viacom and CBS shareholder, wants the media giants separate for now

"CBS is a loaded laggard," the billionaire value investor says. "Viacom is an even doubly loaded laggard."

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22 Sep
22 Sep

Trump's new strategy means the U.S. could get more aggressive with Russia and China over hacking

Some of the changes emphasize a shift toward a more offensive cybersecurity posture, a longtime request from the National Security Agency and cybersecurity branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.

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22 Sep

Why Alibaba's Jack Ma doesn't want you to be like him

Jack Ma says he doesn't consider himself "legendary." Rather than follow him, people should try to carve their own way, Alibaba's billionaire CEO said Thursday.

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