How Much Do You Trust Facebook?

How Much Do You Trust Facebook?

How Much Do You Trust Facebook?

The set-top box would let you stream Watch shows to your television, though it's not clear if it would support content from other platforms.

However, the social media giant is walking back the original remarks of its executives, clarifying that data collected by Portal devices may, in fact, inform ad targeting on various Facebook platforms.

Apart from just that, it has been named as codenamed "Ripley", the device would use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to automatically detect and follow people as they move through the frame during a video call, news website Cheddar reporte on Tuesday. "Other general usage data, such as aggregate usage of apps, etc., may also feed into the information that we use to serve ads".

UK PM says open to longer post-Brexit transition
If May loses, there would be a leadership contest with the victor becoming prime minister, without the need for new elections . They say the proposal would tear Northern Ireland from the rest of Britain.

Initially, Facebook had said that any data collected through its Portal devices would not be used to target users with ads on Facebook. But then Facebook stepped in and corrected Camargo: Yes, Portal won't have ads, but it still grabs plenty of data on users' calls. Facebook has also licensed and included Amazon Alexa for voice-based commands, adding to the functionality.

It's not clear when Facebook would launch such a product.

Concerns about the Portal have been compounded by the privacy issues faced by other smart speaker devices that use voice-enabled digital assistants, especially after incidents like the Amazon Echo device that recorded a couple's private conversation and sent it to a person on their list of contacts. But regardless of the name, it's sure to encounter heavy skepticism due to Facebook's history of privacy and security troubles.

Apple will host major event at Brooklyn Academy of Music
So, what else could Apple launch? As always, we will be covering the event and keep you posted on what's coming down the pipeline. It's also worth mentioning that Apple's next-gen iPad Pro models will reportedly ship without a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.

It's no secret that Facebook has its hands in as much user data as possible for advertisement purposes. While Facebook's Portal now doesn't show ads, video streams from third-party sources like YouTube may have ad insertions like they do on mobile devices and desktop computers.

Suffice to say, tech Twitter isn't exactly surprised by Facebook Portal's data-collection abilities.

In the wake of this latest breach, VP Guy Rosen insisted the company would "do everything it can to earn users' trust".

Sri Lanka's Sirisena calls India over 'murder plot'
Wickremesinghe, when a Cabinet paper on developing the Colombo Port came up for discussion. Tuesday's meeting also saw a heated argument between President Sirisena and Mr.

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