Shareholders Pressure Amazon to Stop Selling Facial Recognition Technology to the Government
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Shareholders Pressure Amazon to Stop Selling Facial Recognition Technology to the Government

Amazon’s facial recognition software has been drawing a lot of controversies lately and it seems the matter has finally reached the company’s shareholders.
Facebook Accepts That It Has Given Netflix and Spotify Access to Users’ Private Messages
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Facebook Accepts That It Has Given Netflix and Spotify Access to Users’ Private Messages

After a report released by the New York Times, Facebook has acknowledged it gave the companies access to data including sensitive private messages.
Marriott Confirms the Breach of Its Starwood Database with 500 Million Accounts
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Marriott Confirms the Breach of Its Starwood Database with 500 Million Accounts

The breach of Starwood reservation database, which may have compromised data of nearly 500 million guests, could be one of the largest breaches of consumer data ever.
Amazon’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday Were the Biggest Shopping Days in its History
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Amazon’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday Were the Biggest Shopping Days in its History

The company announced Cyber Monday was the company's single biggest shopping day in history.
Facebook CEO Doesn’t Have Any Plans to Resign as Chairman
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Facebook CEO Doesn’t Have Any Plans to Resign as Chairman

Under fire over recent scandals, Mark Zuckerberg says he has no immediate plans to resign as Facebook’s chairman.
Amazon’s HQ2 Selection Process Shows How Obsessive the Company is with Data
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Amazon’s HQ2 Selection Process Shows How Obsessive the Company is with Data

There may have been a little bit more to Amazon’s screening methods than just seeking out a new location for their second headquarters.

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