Will the Google Pixel smartphone replace your keys and identity papers

Will Google Pixel Smartphones Replace Car Keys or Identity Documents?

INNOVATION: The Californian giant, Google has announced that it is working with other digital players to develop programs that will secure car keys and dematerialized identity documents. Google recently expressed its ambition to see its Pixel smartphones eventually replace various identity documents but also take the place of cash and car keys. To develop these projects, the Californian giant announced on […]

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Launched in 2014, Signal is considered by specialists as one of the most secure messaging applications on the market.

Instant Messaging: Signal Application Boom After New Rules Announced by WhatsApp

PRIVATE LIFE: Secure messaging app, Signal, tops downloads on Apple Store and Google Play platforms in several countries The secure messaging application is booming! Since its competitor WhatsApp warned Thursday that it would share more data with its parent company Facebook, Signal has been at the top of downloads on the Apple Store and Google Play platforms in several countries. […]

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From February 8, it will be mandatory to agree to share your data with other Facebook entities to continue using the WhatsApp service.

New WhatsApp Regulation: “The Facebook Group Seeks to Monetise Messaging”

WhatsApp will require its users to share their data with entities of the Facebook group. Me Merav Griguer, lawyer and teacher at Sciences-Po and Assas, deciphers the main issues of this regulatory change for users Whatsapp messaging usage data will be collected and shared from February 8th by the parent company Facebook. This decision, announced Thursday […]

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What if Facebook and Instagram stopped working in Europe?

What If Facebook and Instagram Stopped Working in Europe?

The obligation to stop transfers of personal data between the European Union and the United States has been suspended for the moment but will be reviewed in November by the Irish justice After obtaining a temporary suspension of a court decision asking it to stop the flow of personal data of users from Europe to the United States, Facebook is going further. The social […]

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Person using zoom on a smartphone

Zoom: The Video Conferencing Application Apologises and Ensures that it No Longer Shares Data with Facebook

PRIVACY: The video conferencing application Zoom, has been updated and the leaders have apologized to the users A Vice article recently embarrassed the Zoom video conferencing application by revealing that it shared some data with Facebook. Its officials insisted on reacting immediately. Thus, Friday 27th March, an update was deployed to end the sharing of data with the social network, […]

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Internet, SMS, calls ... here is the most efficient mobile operator near you

Internet, SMS, Calls … Here is the Most Efficient Mobile Operator Near You

Orange, Bouygues Telecom and SFR: the podium of mobile operators has just been unveiled by Arcep, which has completed more than 1.5 million measurements in 2019. Web browsing, video playback, data transfer, SMS and voice calls. For Arcep, there is no debate: Orange is the best mobile operator in the country. This is apparent from the annual […]

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Facebook admits to having listened and transcribed private conversations of users

Facebook Admits to Having Listened and Transcribed Private Conversations of Users

After long denying such a practice, Facebook admits having transcribed sound recordings of conversations – with the authorization of users. One more scandal for Facebook. The Bloomberg agency revealed Tuesday that the social networking giant was using contractors to transcribe audio clips of private conversations of users on Messenger. The goal, as always: to better customize and target its ads […]

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Launch of 5G in Monaco, July 9, 2019.

5G will Arrive in France: Parliament Gives Green Light

The Senate voted definitively Wednesday 24th July 2019 a text to secure the deployment of 5G, which will, therefore, be able to land in France. France will be able to move to 5G, expected as a real revolution in mobile telephony: Parliament gave Wednesday, July 24, 2019, by a final vote of the Senate, its final green light to a […]

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Facebook Fined after leaked data

Facebook Fined $ 5 Billion after Leaked Data

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook group has reached an amicable agreement with the US Communications Regulatory Authority but has an independent privacy committee. The penalty was negotiated and the axe fell as expected after a lengthy procedure. The FTC, the federal regulator of communications, imposed on Wednesday a record fine of $ 5 billion (€ 4.48 billion) to […]

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"We estimate that the range of loss in this case is between $ 3 billion and $ 5 billion," writes Facebook.

Data: Facebook Risks a Record Fine of $ 3 to $ 5 Billion

The social network expects to have to pay a fine of 3 to 5 billion dollars in the United States for its misuse of personal data of its users. Facebook expects to pay a three to five billion dollar fine in the United States because of its highly controversial management of personal data . But despite the scandals, the social […]

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