The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Israeli Ministry of Finance have announced a new partnership to combat ransomware. The joint task force announced on Sunday will include a “memorandum of understanding” for sharing information about the financial sector, as well as cybersecurity regulations and other threat intelligence. “HarnessingContinue Reading

Meta (formerly Facebook) is removing ad targeting options across its platforms, including Facebook and Instagram. It will no longer be possible to target ads to users based on race, political affiliation, or orientation.  In a blog post Facebook’s VP of product marketing for ads says, “[…]we want to better match people’s evolvingContinue Reading

Last week, Netflix launched a lineup of mobile games globally for Android users. Now, the games are rolling out to iOS. If you’re a Netflix subscriber with an iOS device, you can download the first few Netflix Games.  On iOS, just like on Android, these mobile games are ad free and haveContinue Reading

Facebook has been a busy little beaver this week. It’s just possible the social network, with 2.89 billion users, generated more headlines this week than Dave Chappelle’s extremely overly discussed three-week-old stand-up special. Here’s a bit of a round-up of some of the reason’s the social network made headlines thisContinue Reading

In February 2020, the world seemed to shut down, and it’s reopened and re shut down several times since. With nearly two years of only intermittent access to the real world, it’s not surprising that everything from escape rooms to medical care moved online.  Almost every work-related meeting having moved to the internet isContinue Reading

In a statement YouTube said, starting today it will remove content uploaded to its platform containing allegations that fraud or widespread errors altered the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. The video platform said content “that misleads people by alleging that widespread fraud or errors changed the outcome” of theContinue Reading