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Apple pays millions to woman after explicit photos posted online

Apple pays millions to woman after explicit photos posted online

Apple paid millions of dollars to a student after iPhone repair technicians posted explicit photos and videos from her phone to Facebook, legal documents have revealed.The tech giant agreed a settlement with the 21-year-old after two employees at a repair facility uploaded the images from a phone she had sent to Apple to be fixed, resulting in “severe emotional distress”.The incident, which occurred in 2016 at a centre in California run by Pegatron, an Apple contractor, is one of the most significant privacy violations to be revealed at an iPhone repair facility.Apple has often argued that...

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Jun 6
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Microsoft and Google object to Nvidia's $40bn Arm takeover

Microsoft and Google object to Nvidia's $40bn Arm takeover

Microsoft and Google have objected to the $40bn (£29bn) takeover of British microchip company Arm by Nvidia, fearing that the deal will harm competition.The two tech giants, as well as the US chip company Qualcomm, are asking antitrust investigators to intervene and potentially block the deal.The objections will add to pressure on regulators, which are already assessing whether Nvidia’s purchase of Arm from Japan’s SoftBank could hurt competition.America’s and the are already scrutinising the deal and have demanded documents from Arm, Nvidia and SoftBank as well as several rivals.Nvidia has...

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Feb 12
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Facebook to be accused of cutting off rivals to maintain grip on social media

Facebook to be accused of cutting off rivals to maintain grip on social media

The US government is drawing up plans to accuse Facebook of using its dominance to crush smaller rivals, in what would be the in the space of a few weeks.Prosecutors at the Federal Trade Commission are understood to be putting the finishing touches on charges that the company broke competition laws by cutting off start-ups that attempted to use Facebook systems to challenge it.by the Department of Justice that could see the search engine broken up or forced to follow new restrictions., and is believed to have homed in on allegations that the company shut off apps that attempted to plug into...

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Working from home will mean permanent changes to office life

Working from home will mean permanent changes to office life

Mark Zuckerberg’s prediction last week that within a decade around half of Facebook’s staff , represented the biggest commitment to remote working of any company to date.But at the same time, the social network’s chief executive confirmed what many people suspected: most of his employees actually want to get back to the office. Zuckerberg said that while a fifth of employees were extremely interested in full-time remote work, and more were open to the idea, slightly more than half of Facebook’s staff want to start working in an office as soon as they can. I have driven the 30 miles from San...

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