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Cambridge Analytica was planning to launch crypto ICOCambridge Analytica was planning to launch crypto ICO

Chris Wylie, a whistleblower, revealed that with sufficient data Cambridge Analytica was able to target voters in the U.S. and Britain with tailored specific messages - false or true, whichever works - to influence the choice of Donald Trump as president and the outcome of the Brexit referendum.

Facebook's Achilles Heel Cambridge Analytica Had Been Planning an ICO Before DebacleFacebook's Achilles Heel Cambridge Analytica Had Been Planning an ICO Before Debacle

The Cambridge Analytica incident - in which an academic violated Facebook's policies by selling millions of users' information to a political consultancy hired by the Trump campaign two years later - was the trigger for this hearing.

Google Chrome update mutes autoplay videos by defaultGoogle Chrome update mutes autoplay videos by default

When it comes to security features, Chrome 66 has removed trust for Symantec certificates due to the company's failure to adopt industry standards.Now Google Chrome will become much more secure.

Sega announces the Mega Drive MiniSega announces the Mega Drive Mini

These will be released in 2018 as individual games to buy on the Nintendo Switch eShop.Overall, SEGA Ages looks similar to SEGA Genesis Classic that was accidently leaked in the month of February.

Study Finds Over 3300 Android Apps Have Been Tracking KidsStudy Finds Over 3300 Android Apps Have Been Tracking Kids

And when it comes to collecting and sending user data, the study found that 2,344 of the 5,855 apps - that's 40 percent of them - did not use Transport Layer Security (TLS) for every transmission containing "identifiers or other sensitive information".

Mobile wallet Ipaymu and QR codes increase sales in Indonesia

Nowadays the majority of payment transactions in Indonesia are conducted by means of cash. However, modern technical solutions soon will be able to change this situation. Recently an e-wallet Ipaymu was introduced to citizens of the country, which will help to draw attention of smartphone users with the possibility to make mobile payments by means of QR technologies and will probably increase the popularity of cashless payments.

QR codes are used for medical purposes

QR codes have gained popularity around the world. They are used in all spheres of a human activity, helping him to get quick access to the information of his interest, for convenience of making purchases and payment of bank receipts.

New opportunities with the mobile wallet of FIS based on QR codes

Mobile payments become popular around the world. Many banks and financial institutions create special applications for smartphones due to which clients can make transactions by means of their mobile devices.

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