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You Give Apps Sensitive Personal Information. Then They Tell Facebook. - 25 février 2019
Wall Street Journal testing reveals how the social-media giant collects a wide range of private data from developers ; ‘This is a big mess’ Millions of smartphone users confess their most intimate secrets to apps, including when they want to work on their belly fat or the price of the house they checked out last (...)

Amazon’s New Microwave : ‘Alexa, Please Defrost My Chicken’ - 26 septembre 2018
New offerings include Alexa-enabled chip that manufacturers can install to control basic appliances In a bid to control the smart home of the future, Inc. AMZN 2.08% is offering makers of electronics a small chip that would let people use their voice to command everything from microwaves and coffee (...)

Satellite Project Draws Airbus, SoftBank, Bill Gates as Investors - 30 avril 2018
EarthNow plans to launch some 500 small satellites to offer video coverage of the world Airbus SE EADSY 0.05% and two of the world’s most recognizable tech billionaires, Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates and SoftBank Group Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son, propose to build and launch some 500 small satellites (...)

Life Inside China’s Total Surveillance State - 12 février 2018
China has turned the northwestern region of Xinjiang into a vast experiment in domestic surveillance. WSJ investigated what life is like in a place where one’s every move can be monitored with cutting-edge technology. Video : Clément Bürge/WSJ ; Image : (...)

Facebook Discloses Another Metrics Mishap Affecting Publishers - 26 décembre 2016
Several media companies experienced traffic shortfalls exceeding 10% due to error Facebook continued its series of metrics mishaps, disclosing in a blog post Friday that it undercounted traffic from some publishers who posted content to its Instant Articles platform. ComScore, a measurement firm that has (...)

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Facebook Wants to Help Sell Every Ad on the Web - 27 mai 2016
The social network will show ads to non-Facebook users on other websites Facebook has set out to power all advertising across the Internet. To that end, the social network and online advertising company said Thursday it will now help marketers show ads to all users who visit websites and applications in its (...)

EU Lays Groundwork for Antitrust Charges Against Google - 2 avril 2015
Regulator seeks permission to publish complaints against Internet giant in long-running probe Europe’s competition regulator is preparing to move against Google Inc. in the next few weeks, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday, setting the stage for charges against the U.S. Internet-search giant in a (...)

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The Technology that Unmasks Your Hidden Emotions - 4 février 2015
Using Psychology and Data Mining to Discern Emotions as People Shop, Watch Ads ; Breeding Privacy Concerns Paul Ekman, perhaps the world’s most famous face reader, fears he has created a monster. The 80-year-old psychologist pioneered the study of facial expressions in the 1970s, creating a catalog of more than (...)

Websites Vary Prices, Deals Based on Users’ Information - 29 décembre 2014
It was the same Swingline stapler, on the same SPLS +0.90% website. But for Kim Wamble, the price was $15.79, while the price on Trude Frizzell’s screen, just a few miles away, was $14.29. A key difference : where Staples seemed to think they were located. A Wall Street Journal investigation found (...)

A Decade in Google Lobbying - 23 septembre 2014
When Google went public in 2004, it spent $180,000 in lobbying, which placed it at 1,892 among the ranks of other lobbying spenders that year. So far this year, 10 years since its IPO, Google ranks eighth, and is on track to spend 100 times that amount, or $18 million. Halfway through the year, Google has already (...)

FCC Head to Revise Broadband-Rules Plan - 12 mai 2014
Agency Won’t Let Firms Segregate Web Traffic Into Fast, Slow Lanes The head of the Federal Communications Commission is revising proposed rules for regulating broadband Internet, including offering assurances that the agency won’t allow companies to segregate Web traffic into fast and slow lanes. The new language (...)

Google Is Having Trouble Trying to Trademark the Word ‘Glass’ - 5 avril 2014
Google is trying to register the word “Glass” as a trademark for its computer-powered glasses. But so far, the company and the U.S. trademark office aren’t seeing eye to eye. Google, which has successfully trademarked the term “Google Glass,” submitted an application last year for a trademark on just the single word (...)

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Apple Taps Into Twitter, Buying Social Analytics Firm Topsy - 3 décembre 2013
Apple Inc. AAPL -0.87% is looking for more of a social life. Apple recently acquired social-media analytics firm Topsy Labs Inc. for more than $200 million, according to people familiar with the matter. Topsy specializes in analyzing the global conversation on Twitter. TWTR -1.90% Its tools can decipher how (...)

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Snapchat Spurned $3 Billion Acquisition Offer from Facebook - 15 novembre 2013
Snapchat, a rapidly growing messaging service, recently spurned an all-cash acquisition offer from FacebookFB +0.57% for close to $3 billion or more, according to people briefed on the matter. The offer, and rebuff, came as Snapchat is being wooed by other investors and potential acquirers. Chinese e-commerce (...)

Facebook Tests Software to Track Your Cursor on Screen - 4 novembre 2013
Facebook is testing technology that would greatly expand the scope of data that it collects about its users, the head of the company’s analytics group said Tuesday. The social network may start collecting data on minute user interactions with its content, such as how long a user’s cursor hovers over a certain part (...)

Europeans Shared Spy Data With U.S. - 30 octobre 2013
Millions of phone records at the center of a firestorm in Europe over spying by the National Security Agency were secretly supplied to the U.S. by European intelligence services—not collected by the NSA, upending a furor that cast a pall over trans-Atlantic relations. The revelations suggest a greater level of (...)

Open Secret About Google’s Surveillance Case No Longer Secret - 27 août 2013
The Justice Department recently won a court battle to keep an Internet company from talking about federal demands for user data, arguing that even disclosing the company’s name would damage national security. But then, after months of arguments, the department appears to have been foiled by its own redaction (...)

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FBI Taps Hacker Tactics to Spy on Suspects - 5 août 2013
Law-Enforcement Officials Expand Use of Tools Such as Spyware as People Under Investigation ’Go Dark,’ Evading Wiretaps Law-enforcement officials in the U.S. are expanding the use of tools routinely used by computer hackers to gather information on suspects, bringing the criminal wiretap into the cyber age. (...)

Tracking Sensors Invade the Workplace - 1er avril 2013
Devices on Workers, Furniture Offer Clues for Boosting Productivity A few years ago when Bank of America Corp. BAC -0.41% wanted to study whether face time mattered among its call-center teams, the big bank asked about 90 workers to wear badges for a few weeks with tiny sensors to record their movements and the (...)

Is Smart Making Us Dumb ? - 10 mars 2013
A revolution in technology is allowing previously inanimate objects—from cars to trash cans to teapots—to talk back to us and even guide our behavior. But how much control are we willing to give up ? Would you like all of your Facebook friends to sift through your trash ? A group of designers from Britain and (...)