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Facebook Feature Allowed Strangers To Read And Delete Private Messages (FB)

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Facebook has temporarily disabled its New Year's Eve messaging tool after a university student was able to read and delete private messages intended for other users. Jack Jenkins, a business IT student at Aberystwyth university, alerted Facebook to the privacy flaw after finding that a small tweak to a web...
Facebook Feature Allowed Strangers To Read And Delete Private Messages (FB)

Blizzard launches StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm at midnight openings

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Blizzard Entertainment has launched its StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm expansion to thousands of fans around the globe tonight. If you’re locked out of SimCity, the always-connected game with connection problems, you might just be moving on to Heart of the Swarm. The real-time strategy sci-fi game has...
Blizzard launches StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm at midnight openings

Accomplishments, Complaints & Predictions: The Ultimate 2012 Year-End List

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Well, it’s that time of year again: time to squeeze in every little bit of revenue before the 2012 books close; time to take every last day of vacation before they magically disappear at the stroke of midnight on December 31st; and, perhaps most importantly, it’s that time of year when...
Accomplishments, Complaints & Predictions: The Ultimate 2012 Year-End List

New VMware CEO Speaks: Nicira Is Ours Now (VMW, CSCO)

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Last Thursday, just before the stroke of midnight, cloud-computing startup Nicira officially became part of VMware, new CEO Pat Gelsinger said. The $1.26 billion deal, first announced last month, is set to make VMware even more of a player in next-generation data centers, Gelsinger, a former Intel executive, told CNBC earlier...
New VMware CEO Speaks: Nicira Is Ours Now (VMW, CSCO)
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Facebook roundup: Sponsored Stories settlement, mobile ads, FBX and more

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Facebook notifies class action suit members about settlement – Facebook began sending proposed settlement notices to users it believes are members of a class action lawsuit that entitles them to up to $10 in compensation. The suit, which claimed Facebook unlawfully used members’ names and photos in Sponsored Story advertisements,...
Facebook roundup: Sponsored Stories settlement, mobile ads, FBX and more

Inside SAP’s radical makeover

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The mission-critical (but unsexy) software giant lost its way with customers. CEOs Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe think they can make SAP appealing again. FORTUNE — At the stroke of midnight on Feb. 15, a new app called Recalls Plus appeared in Apple’s App Store. It promised parents real-time...
Inside SAP’s radical makeover

Facebook's Midnight Deliveries privacy flaw allows anyone to view and delete New Year's messages

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The new year is still about 24 hours away in the United States, but it looks like Facebook’s Midnight Deliveries are getting a head start, unbeknownst to the social network. As reported by The Verge, Facebook’s New Year’s feature has a privacy flaw that allows anyone to view and potentially...
Facebook's Midnight Deliveries privacy flaw allows anyone to view and delete New Year's messages

Facebook stops New Year message tool

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Midnight Message Delivery app suspended after a student was able to read private messages meant for other usersFacebook has temporarily disabled its New Year's Eve messaging tool after a university student was able to read and delete private messages intended for other users.Jack Jenkins, a business IT student at Aberystwyth...
Facebook stops New Year message tool

If You Work In California Or Illinois, Your Boss Can't Ask You For Your Facebook Password Anymore (FB)

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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Employers in California and Illinois will be prohibited from demanding access to workers' password-protected social networking accounts and teachers in Oregon will be required to report suspected student bullies thanks to new laws taking effect in 2013. In all, more than 400 measures were enacted at the...
If You Work In California Or Illinois, Your Boss Can't Ask You For Your Facebook Password Anymore (FB)
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