How to Delete Accidentally Sent Messages, Photos on Facebook Messenger

Posted on February 15th, 2019 by Responsible Cyber

Ever sent a message on Facebook Messenger then immediately regretted it, or an embarrassing text to your boss in the heat of the moment at late night, or maybe accidentally sent messages or photos to a wrong group chat?Of course, you have. We have all been through drunk texts and embarrassing photos many times that […]

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How to Delete Accidentally Sent Messages, Photos on Facebook Messenger

Posted on February 6th, 2019 by Responsible Cyber

Ever sent a message on Facebook Messenger then immediately regretted it, or an embarrassing text to your boss in the heat of the moment at late night, or maybe accidentally sent messages or photos to a wrong group chat?Of course, you have. We have all been through drunk texts and embarrassing photos many times that […]

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Facebook’s New Privacy Hires – Schneier on Security

Posted on February 6th, 2019 by Responsible Cyber

Facebook’s New Privacy HiresThe Wired headline sums it up nicely — “Facebook Hires Up Three of Its Biggest Privacy Critics”: In December, Facebook hired Nathan White away from the digital rights nonprofit Access Now, and put him in the role of privacy policy manager. On Tuesday of this week, lawyers Nate Cardozo, of the privacy […]

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Facebook Paid Teens $20 to Install ‘Research’ App That Collects Private Data

Posted on February 1st, 2019 by Responsible Cyber

If you are thinking that Facebook is sitting quietly after being forced to remove its Onavo VPN app from Apple’s App Store, then you are mistaken.It turns out that Facebook is paying teenagers around $20 a month to use its VPN app that aggressively monitors their smartphone and web activity and then sends it back […]

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Apple kicks Facebook’s snoopy Research app out of the App Store

Posted on January 31st, 2019 by Responsible Cyber

by Lisa Vaas For three years, Facebook has been secretly paying volunteers – including teens – to install a virtual private network (VPN) app called Facebook Research that plants a root certificate on their phones, according to Tech Crunch. That certificate gets the company “nearly limitless access” to the device, TechCrunch reports. It’s unclear exactly […]

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