The Federal Trade Commission's investigation into Facebook's purchase of Instagram has begun. The organization has already started talking to Google and Twitter, according to a recent rumor.
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Facebook and Google privacy policies have been found to be more confusing than complex documents such as government notices, credit card agreements, and bank reward-program rules.
An Iranian security researcher recently hacked 3 million accounts across at least 22 banks in the country. Now, Google has taken down the blog on which he posted the account details of his victims.
Google has been voted the most popular technology brand in a recent poll. Apple took silver, Facebook got bronze, and Twitter didn't get a medal. Do you agree with the results?
eMusic CEO Adam Klein recently discussed Larry Page's performance as Google CEO. Inevitably, Facebook came up, and Klein weighed in on how the two online giants are conducting battle.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian weighs in on the current fierce battle between Facebook and Google that is likely only to get fiercer as the two continue to encroach on each other's markets.
U.S. Senator Al Franken gave a speech recently in which he attacked both Facebook and Google. Franken explained how both companies are in the business of disregarding your privacy.
We've already heard that Yahoo is looking to make massive layoffs. Another rumor now suggests that the Yahoo Research division is going to take a big hit. Both Google and Facebook are very interested.
Google reportedly acquired the company Milk, not its technology, but its employees. The price was significantly higher than it could have been because another company was interested: Facebook.
Facebook, Google, and 19 other companies have been asked to censor objectionable material in India by a lower court. They are fighting back in a higher court, which just delayed the case.