It seems that Facebook has used it influence with users data to stifle competition and help partners. I mean that is business but to use user data in order to achieve those goals without obvious permission or a care for privacy is one thing.
Details about Disney’s streaming service, Disney+, have been unveiled!! And quite frankly it may be something to get excited about. They are offering a monthly subscription price at $6.99 and a yearly subscription price at $69.99
Are you ready for a 31.5″ Apple Display? How about the return of a 17″ MacBook Pro. It seems that Apple will start to implement Mini LED Display Tech into some devices. If the rumor is true though we might not see a 17″ MacBook Pro until 2021 though
MacRumors has more on it here along with additional models
Facebook just doesn’t seem to get the idea that users don’t want their data on public servers and available. In the latest on going Facebook issue it seems that Facebook didn’t necessarily leak or get hacked but instead 3rd party apps had access to data and were storing them on public Amazon servers.
Facebook just seems to have issues with keeping its users passwords secure. As it turns out about 200 – 600 million users passwords were accessible to 20,000 Facebook employees. It appears that it was only available on their internal systems
Are you ready for Disney+ Streaming? According to CEO Bob Iger Disney will have every movie available even the ones that are in the ‘Disney Vault’ that only come out for a limited time. New releases will have to wait almost up to a year to be available.
Intel seems to have an issue with their processor having vulnerabilities. The latest one discovered late last year and just now being released to the public after a 90 day grace period is being called the ‘Spoiler’. The vulnerability affects every one of intel’s processors and as of yet doesn’t have a patch. This means that every PC and Mac system could be at risk unless an OS patch has been issued for it.
Facebook has come under a lot of scrutiny for their privacy issues and here is just another one to add to the list. It seems that a second problem has been found with their 2FA. You may remember that the first issue was that the 2FA phone numbers were being used for ad targeting but now it has been revealed that it also made the phone number searchable and you can not fully opt out.