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How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises - 10 février 2019
When new employees join Huawei, they are given books about the Chinese telecommunications company’s achievements. One featured accomplishment is how the company has thrived in Europe. A chapter in one of the books describes the hard work of Huawei employees to win over European telecom providers and sell them (...)

How Silicon Valley Puts the ‘Con’ in Consent - 7 février 2019
If no one reads the terms and conditions, how can they continue to be the legal backbone of the internet ? The average person would have to spend 76 working days reading all of the digital privacy policies they agree to in the span of a year. Reading Amazon’s terms and conditions alone out loud takes approximately (...)

Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret - 28 janvier 2019
Dozens of companies use smartphone locations to help advertisers and even hedge funds. They say it’s anonymous, but the data shows how personal it is. The millions of dots on the map trace highways, side streets and bike trails — each one following the path of an anonymous cellphone user. One path tracks someone (...)

The Follower Factory - 16 janvier 2019
Everyone wants to be popular online. Some even pay for it. Inside social media’s black market. Celebrities, athletes, pundits and politicians have millions of fake followers. The world’s social media platforms are struggling to respond. But popularity has a price. he real Jessica Rychly is a Minnesota teenager (...)

Democrats Faked Online Push to Outlaw Alcohol in Alabama Race - 9 janvier 2019
The “Dry Alabama” Facebook page, illustrated with stark images of car wrecks and videos of families ruined by drink, had a blunt message : Alcohol is the devil’s work, and the state should ban it entirely. Along with a companion Twitter feed, the Facebook page appeared to be the work of Baptist teetotalers who (...)

Is Tech Too Easy to Use ? - 9 janvier 2019
Seven years ago, a younger and more carefree Mark Zuckerberg went onstage at Facebook’s annual developer conference and announced a major change to the social network’s design. Until then, apps connected to Facebook would regularly ask users if they wanted to publish their latest activity to their feed on the (...)

Inside Facebook’s Secret Rulebook for Global Political Speech - 5 janvier 2019
Under fire for stirring up distrust and violence, the social network has vowed to police its users. But leaked documents raise serious questions about its approach. In a glass conference room at its California headquarters, Facebook is taking on the bonfires of hate and misinformation it has helped fuel across (...)

Hacked European Cables Reveal a World of Anxiety About Trump, Russia and Iran - 23 décembre 2018
Hackers infiltrated the European Union’s diplomatic communications network for years, downloading thousands of cables that reveal concerns about an unpredictable Trump administration and struggles to deal with Russia and China and the risk that Iran would revive its nuclear program. In one cable, European (...)

As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants - 19 décembre 2018
Internal documents show that the social network gave Microsoft, Amazon, Spotify and others far greater access to people’s data than it has disclosed. For years, Facebook gave some of the world’s largest technology companies more intrusive access to users’ personal data than it has disclosed, effectively exempting (...)

Marriott Data Breach Is Traced to Chinese Hackers as U.S. Readies Crackdown on Beijing - 12 décembre 2018
The cyberattack on the Marriott hotel chain that collected personal details of roughly 500 million guests was part of a Chinese intelligence-gathering effort that also hacked health insurers and the security clearance files of millions more Americans, according to two people briefed on the investigation. The (...)

Delay, Deny and Deflect : How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis - 15 novembre 2018
Sheryl Sandberg was seething. Inside Facebook’s Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters, top executives gathered in the glass-walled conference room of its founder, Mark Zuckerberg. It was September 2017, more than a year after Facebook engineers discovered suspicious Russia-linked activity on its site, an early warning (...)

How Facebook Wrestled With Scandal : 6 Key Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation - 15 novembre 2018
For more than a year, Facebook has endured cascading crises — over Russian misinformation, data privacy and abusive content — that transformed the Silicon Valley icon into an embattled giant accused of corporate overreach and negligence. An investigation by The New York Times revealed how Facebook fought back (...)

Your Digital Trail Follows You to the Border - 14 novembre 2018
Information, money and jobs flow easily around the world, yet it’s getting tougher for travelers to cross some borders. As immigration policies tighten and the security and technology to enforce them increase, travelers can find themselves caught in a web of suspicion that prevents them from visiting some (...)

Your Kid’s Apps Are Crammed With Ads - 30 octobre 2018
In a new study of the most downloaded apps for children ages 5 and younger, researchers found advertising in almost all of them. Many developers market apps for children as being educational. So Jenny Radesky, a pediatrician who wrote the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for children and media, wanted to (...)

How Google Protected Andy Rubin, the ‘Father of Android’ - 26 octobre 2018
The internet giant paid Mr. Rubin $90 million and praised him, while keeping silent about a misconduct claim. Google gave Andy Rubin, the creator of Android mobile software, a hero’s farewell when he left the company in October 2014. “I want to wish Andy all the best with what’s next,” Larry Page, Google’s chief (...)

Rick Gates Sought Online Manipulation Plans From Israeli Intelligence Firm for Trump Campaign - 11 octobre 2018
A top Trump campaign official requested proposals in 2016 from an Israeli company to create fake online identities, to use social media manipulation and to gather intelligence to help defeat Republican primary race opponents and Hillary Clinton, according to interviews and copies of the proposals. The Trump (...)

That Game on Your Phone May Be Tracking What You’re Watching on TV - 11 octobre 2018
At first glance, the gaming apps — with names like “Pool 3D,” “Beer Pong : Trickshot” and “Real Bowling Strike 10 Pin” — seem innocuous. One called “Honey Quest” features Jumbo, an animated bear. Yet these apps, once downloaded onto a smartphone, have the ability to keep tabs on the viewing habits of their users — some of (...)

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Rifts Break Open at Facebook Over Kavanaugh Hearing - 6 octobre 2018
“I want to apologize,” the Facebook executive wrote last Friday in a note to staff. “I recognize this moment is a deeply painful one — internally and externally.” The apology came from Joel Kaplan, Facebook’s vice president for global public policy. A day earlier, Mr. Kaplan had sat behind his friend, Judge Brett M. (...)

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Le soutien d’un cadre de Facebook à Brett Kavanaugh lance un débat dans l’entreprise - 6 octobre 2018
Le vice-président chargé de la politique publique est un ami proche du candidat de Donald Trump à la Cour suprême, accusé d’agression sexuelle. Dans sa vie professionnelle, Joel Kaplan est le vice-président de Facebook, basé à Washington et dédié à la politique publique du réseau social, après avoir travaillé comme (...)

Amazon to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 for All U.S. Workers - 3 octobre 2018
Amazon said on Tuesday that it would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for its United States employees, a rare acknowledgment that it was feeling squeezed by political pressure and a tight labor market. The raises apply for part-time workers and those hired through temporary agencies. The company said it (...)