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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's personal data was improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica

She raised the question of company's dominant market position, a monopoly of sorts, especially considering the company also owns Instagram and WhatsApp. In retrospect, that was clearly a mistake. "If you think it is hard to pass a bill that affects a lobbyist's favorite client", said Alvaro Bedoya, a former congressional aide who worked on privacy issues for former Senator Al Franken, "try passing a bill that affects all of them".

Saudi Arabia intercepted 'Houthi missile' over Riyadh

The location may have been selected by the kingdom to avoid Houthi missile strikes during Sunday's summit. Three loud blasts were heard and three clouds of smoke could be seen in the sky above central Riyadh, according to witnesses. The Iran-aligned Yemeni rebels, who have been fighting a Saudi-led Arab coalition in Yemen since 2015, said that they targeted on Wednesday morning local time the Abha airport in Asir and Aramco in Jazan , according to the Houthis' Al-Masirah outlet.


Here are possible new camera features on the Galaxy S9

We heard previously that the two handsets would share a similar design to the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and the displays on the two smartphones are said to be about the same size. The new rumour suggests the S9's camera will be the world's first flagship smartphone to feature an F1.5 aperture. While details indicate the main goal of the technology is to help decrease the thickness and weight of smartphones, it may also be connected to how in-display fingerprint scanners work on Samsung ...