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Tired of being tracked online, teens figured out a way to fool Instagram Google and Tinder under investigation in Europe for privacy practices Teens figured out how to fool Instagram's tracking Facebook gives parents more control over Messenger Kids Your Google Photos video backups may have been sent to complete strangers Cards Against Humanity reportedly buys parody site Amazon reportedly in talks with Goldman Sachs to offer loans to merchants Stephen King axes Facebook over misinformation Strong passwords: 9 rules to help you make and remember your login credentials Google Doodle honors gigantic civil rights moment with miniature artwork Google keeps a scary amount of data on you. Here's how to find and delete it Amazon (briefly) tops $1 trillion in market cap – Source CNET Internet News

Also, how an app is causing chaos for one of 2020’s most important political events.

The Irish Data Commissioner is investigating whether the two US tech companies are in breach of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.

From The Daily Charge: All it takes is a few of your friends and a whole lot of trust.

Parents can see who their children are talking to, check the images they’ve sent and received, and remotely log them out of the app.

A Google Takeout bug apparently resulted in some downloaded videos going to other people’s archives last November.

Game company intends to give majority ownership of the site to its employees, BuzzFeeds News reports.

The loans would reportedly be offered through an existing loan platform.

Legendary author slams the “flood of false information” Facebook allows in its political advertising.

The security of your bank account, Netflix account and email inbox depends on how well you safeguard your passwords.

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