Program that enrolled users as young as 13 prompts Apple to ban Facebook from publishing some apps
Facebook paid users as young as 13 to install an app that gave the company access to everything their phone sent or received over the internet. In response, Apple has revoked Facebook’s ability to publish certain apps, in a move that could have far-reaching implications for both companies.
Facebook has been accused of exploiting a loophole in Apple’s privacy regulations to publish the iPhone app, which provided it with data it used to keep ahead of youth trends.
Far-right minister initially welcomed potential case but now says it should not happen
Matteo Salvini, Italy’s far-right interior minister, has asked his government to deny prosecutors the right to try him on potential kidnapping charges over his order to prevent 177 people from disembarking a migrant boat.
The move is a stark reversal from Salvini’s previous position that he was ready to be tried and proud of “having defended the country from illegal migrants”.
Schultz opposes Medicare for All and raising the top tax rate – his middle-of-the-road vision is not what America needs
Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO, has a bold plan to rescue America, and it involves putting another billionaire in the White House to put a stop to dangerous ideas like universal healthcare and higher taxes on the wealthy.
Related: Howard Schultz heckled as ‘egotistical asshole’ who would aid Trump in 2020
Organized Russian and GOP bot attacks on Kamala because they recognize a winner when the see one and understand that headline and profit hungry “news” writers will lap up bad views on a winner!
Critics responding to 2010 speech said they disapproved of her willingness to use law enforcement tactics on parents of truant children
In a 2010 speech, Kamala Harris laughed as she described the backlash to her decision to start prosecuting the parents of children who were truant from school.
Related: What Kamala Harris’s book reveals between the lines
A court filing by Mueller’s office said more than 1,000 files that it shared confidentially with attorneys for indicted Russian hackers later appeared to have been uploaded to a filesharing site and promoted by a Twitter account. “We’ve got access to the Special Counsel Mueller’s probe database as we hacked Russian server with info from the Russian troll case,” a tweet from the account said. “You can view all the files Mueller had about the IRA and Russian collusion. Enjoy the reading!”
Source: Russians leaked Mueller investigation evidence online, prosecutors say | US news | The Guardian
Wins A-Hole of the day! Introduced: Sponsor: Rep. Glenn Grothman [R-WI6]
This bill was referred to the House Committee on Oversight and Reform which will consider it before sending it to the House floor for consideration.
Despite a little multibillion dollar hiccup, Donald Trump’s Big Boy Gets Big Claps From Bad People speech is all set to go next month, and congresswomen plan to wear white as a “respectful message of solidarity.”
Women are so strong that the weak can’t help themselves in trying to cut them down and control them out of spite and just being dumbasses.
Louisiana, a state with just three remaining abortion clinics, is at risk of losing all but one of them unless the Supreme Court intervenes.
The move is a nod to a demand striking teachers made to LAUSD leaders: do something about charter schools.