President Trump signed a resolution to complete the overturning of internet privacy protections that would have prevented ISPs from tracking you online without first asking users to opt-in.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation retracted a blog post today highly critical of Verizon and the upcoming rollout of an app called AppFlash made by Evie Labs.
If the death of online privacy rules wasn’t enough for Internet Service Providers and advertisers to celebrate, Verizon has planned to pre-install spyware on customers’ Android devices in order to collect their personal data.
The telecom giant has partnered with Evie Launcher to bring a new application called ‘AppFlash’ — a universal search bar that will come pre-installed on the home screens
Almost 200,000 servers are still vulnerable to Heartbleed, the OpenSSL vulnerability patched nearly three years ago.
It’s time to say goodbye to Yahoo!
While Yahoo’s core internet business was being sold to Verizon for $4.8 Billion, the remaining portions of the company left behind is renaming itself to Altaba Inc, which marks the sad ending of one of the most familiar brand names on the internet.
In a public filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday, the company announced that
It seems like it is not all over for Yahoo yet. Another day, another bad news for Yahoo!
Verizon, which has agreed to purchase Yahoo for $4.8 Billion, is now asking for a $1 Billion discount, according to recent reports.
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The request comes after Verizon Communications learned about the recent disclosures about hacking and spying in past few weeks.
Just two weeks ago, Yahoo
Finally, Someone has come forward to buy Yahoo! Guess Who?
The telecommunication giant Verizon.
Yes, Verizon Communications Inc. is reportedly closing in on a deal to acquire Yahoo’s core business for about $5 Billion, according to a report from Bloomberg.
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Since the agreement between the companies has not been finalized, it is unclear at this moment that which Yahoo’s assets
Major telecoms like AT&T and Verizon continue to lag behind in the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s annual “Who Has Your Back” report.
The internet-cable-television provider Charter Communications recently fixed an issue with its website that was inadvertently leaking the information of tens of thousands of its customers.