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Learning About Facebook Risks

AUTHOR: Marcelina Hardy, MSEd, BCC

Many people are unaware of Facebook risks when they create a profile on this social networking site. Facebook allows people from all around the world to connect with old friends, and make new ones, using a community interface. However, despite all of the benefits of this social networking site, there are bound to be some risks.

Learning About Facebook Risks

Learning about Facebook risks will help you to safeguard yourself and your computer. You don't need to avoid this social networking site, you just need to know what to do and what not to do to stay safe.

Your Profile: Careful of What You Write

Recently, employers and college admissions staff have looked up applicants on Facebook in order to get a better picture of the person they may be interested in hiring or admitting. Creating an unflattering profile will surely have some...

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I Work for N.S.A. We Cannot Afford to Lose the Digital Revolution.

Technology is about to spend our entire national security infrastructure.

By Glenn S. Gerstell

Mr. Gerstell is the general counsel of the National Security Agency.

The National Security Operations Center occupies a large windowless room, bathed in blue light, on the third floor of the National Security Agency’s headquarters outside of Washington. For the past 46 years, around the clock without a single interruption, a team of senior military and intelligence officials has staffed this national security nerve center.

 

The center’s senior operations officer is surrounded by glowing high-definition monitors showing information about things like Pentagon computer networks, military and civilian air traffic in the Middle East and video feeds from drones in Afghanistan. The officer is authorized to notify the president any time of the day or night of a...

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FaceApp: Is The Russian Face-Aging App A Danger To Your Privacy?

Thomas Brewster - Forbes Staff
Cybersecurity
Associate editor at Forbes, covering cybercrime, privacy, security, and surveillance.

FaceApp is a massively popular face-altering app for Android and iOS, but there are privacy concerns about its AI tech.

No, FaceApp isn’t taking photos of your face and taking them back to Russia for some nefarious project. At least that’s what current evidence suggests.

After going viral in 2017, and amassing more than 80 million active users, it’s blowing up again thanks to the so-called FaceApp Challenge, in which celebs (and everyone else) have been adding years to their visage with the app’s old-age filter. The app uses artificial intelligence to create a rendering of what you might look like in a few decades on your iPhone or Android device.

But one tweet set off a minor internet panic this week when a developer...

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