A few days ago we echoed a story in which we pointed out that Instagram had suffered a security breach and that personal data of more than 49 million users, including many influencers, had been exposed.
Researchers have discovered on Google Play an app that passes itself off as a program to manage cryptocurrencies, but which, in reality, has been designed to steal from users.
The Indonesian government has restricted the use of WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram alleging the spread of false news and misinformation regarding a massive protest in the city of Jakarta.
A new day, a new security scandal for Facebook. On this occasion, it affects his social photo network, Instagram.
Facebook has eliminated this Thursday 265 accounts in the social network and Instagram, both Facebook pages and events and groups for irregular behavior.
Google has been tracking and storing the information of all the purchase receipts that its users receive through Gmail.
Attention stalkers and all those who tend to “gossip” the profile picture of their contacts on WhatsApp (and even save it on the spool of your mobile phone, with the intention that it is) because the messaging application may prevent that possibility soon.
Seeking to fight against the wave of misinformation and conspiracy theories that have stalked the subject of vaccines, Twitter has implemented a new function that redirects users to awareness pages when they do a search on vaccines.
After the Cambridge Analytica scandals, Facebook announced the launch of a tool that would allow users to remove all the history of data contained in the platform.