Users have raised issues such as overriding settings despite not granting access to photos, as well as uploading pictures to the cloud for the app.
Instagram is trialling the removal of ‘likes’ tallies from photos and videos in Australian consumer feeds, a move it says is about turning the tables on the way people engage with the social platform.
Several US senators expressed distrust for the company, calling it "crazy" and "delusional" for venturing into the finance and banking space.
The account's bio has also been changed to "OSAMA".
During its Worldwide Developer Conference in June, Apple announced its latest measures aimed at protecting users’ privacy and curbing tracking across the digital realm. It’s not the first attempt to limit tracking, nor is it the only tool available to aid digital...
?The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in the US has reportedly hit Facebook with a record $5 billion settlement for privacy violations, according to a story first reported by The Wall Street Journal and numerous subsequent online reports.