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Emerging technology needs high Legal Boundries With digitalization reaching new horizons, technology has been establishing unimaginable platforms for miracles. We have seen tantalizing advancements in a host of emerging technologies. Artificial intelligence, smart devices, space travel, genomic editing, electric vehicles have become highly advanced. Last years ‘Data Breach’ incidents have proven that we simply aren’t paying enough attention to meaningful signals in the present, and that’s why...

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Facebook is “Sorry” for invading your privacy yet again It’s nothing unimaginable as Facebook has already lost people’s trust when it comes to data privacy. A new blunder has been made as an API bug allowed access to photos of 6.8 million users. These were photos that the user never intended to be shared. "Our internal team discovered a photo API bug that may have affected people...

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UK government to check on personalized pricing in online retail Personalised Pricing practices in online retail, has been a rising concern for the UK government. Consumers are at risk of price discrimination through the use of ecommerce technologies. Misuse of personal data has been leading to such a widespread variation in pricing. Products such as cars, insurance, holidays and household goods have been targeted by businesses for personalised...

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WhatsApp Payment awaits Governments nod for India Launch WhatsApp Payment is yet to receive acknowledgement from the Indian Government. This has delayed its much awaited launch in the country. WhatsApp has been facing issues concerning the spread of fake news and misinformation through its platform. The government is delaying the plans majorly over concerns about how user’s data will be handled. Government is concerned about safety of monetary transactions The...

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Google G Suite gets many new updates G suite is the paid version of Google services like Gmail, Hangout, Drive and all other services. By paying for these services the user gets some much needed privileges. No adds, no unnecessary emails, no sharing of your personal information with marketing Agencies. The user gets custom domain like xyz@yourcompanyname.com, plus an option for unlimited cloud storage and additional...

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Yahoo messenger coming to an end! A, not so Yahoo news, but sadly the messenger Market initiator has called it quits. It is official, Oath announced today that it would shut down Yahoo Messenger on 17th July, both the web portal and smart-phone app will be gone. The company says it is “focusing on building and introducing new, exciting communications tools that better fit consumer needs.” The messenger...

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GDPR Compliance now made mandatory by EU General Data Protection Regulation came into effect May 25, 2018. ‘GDPR’ are a new set of regulations set by the European Union (EU) to safeguard sensitive data from cyber-security breaches. Under the terms of GDPR, strict conditions govern how organizations gather data and how it is managed. Organizations that fail to comply will face penalties.   How does the new regulation affect...

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Uber Self drive car not safe yet Uber’s self drive car got involved in a fatal accident recently in the U.S. This has raised concern whether to allow such vehicles to be on road. The whole incident has been recorded on the dash board cam. The footage reveals that the car had acknowledged an object in the front but didn’t stop. The woman was seen crossing...

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SpaceXs Falcon 9 becomes Bangaladesh’s 1st Satellite The launch of the Falcon 9 becomes a milestone achieved for SpaceX. The highly updated revision of its Falcon 9 rocket for the first time is in space. It’s an achievement for both as it’s Bangaladesh’s First Satellite also. Named Bangabandhu-1, it was essential for the country to have its own satellite. “A sovereign country, in a pursuit of...

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Twitter also sold data to Cambridge Analytica? Ever since the Facebook data scandal came to light, it was certain that other social giants cannot be given a clean chit. So now next in line is Twitter. It has been reported that Twitter sold public data access in 2015 to Aleksandr Kogan. He at that time was a psychology researcher with University of Cambridge and his company...

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