With the intention of improving its security system in terms of borders and migration, the European Parliament has voted a series of measures that aim to renew the current controls through technological innovation.
A year ago, Google launched Google Pay, its virtual ticketing and payment platform for Android.
Google has held its annual developer conference in San Francisco. The event, of great popularity, has meant the presentation of great innovations for the company, but especially for Google Cloud, Google’s cloud service. We analyze the keys of the most important changes within the platform.
Microsoft has begun notifying some Outlook.com users that their email accounts have been accessible “for months” and requesting that the passwords be changed.
Instagram has experienced a bug this week that shows users the stories of strangers. The problem was reported by numerous users on Twitter and Instagram, and the authorities of the social network confirmed the error in the system, which has already been resolved.
A group of researchers has discovered that Facebook hosts dozens of commercial pages related to cybercrime networks.
In an attempt to limit the progress of spam accounts and bots within the social network, Twitter has restricted the number of users that can be followed daily.
The Internet, as the best example of the advances in economic and political globalization, has developed a particular model of government.
After a year of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook is once again facing another leak of its data on the web. Researchers at UpGuard, an Australian cybersecurity firm, have discovered Facebook data exposed publicly on Amazon’s cloud servers.