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What scandal? Facebook usage actually increased after Cambridge Analytica

Despite a very vocal Twitter movement to #DeleteFacebook, new findings from investment bank and financial services company Goldman Sachs have revealed that the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, which saw the private information of up to 87 million Facebook users harvested and used to influence the 2...

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Shared hosting vs dedicated hosting: Which plan should I choose?

Choosing the correct hosting package is crucial for your website to perform properly. When reviewing web hosting packages, everything can seem a bit overwhelming. There are different packages with many features and a plethora of pricing options. How do you know which is best for you and your website...

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YouTube Music and YouTube Premium: how Google is taking on Spotify and Netflix

Music on YouTube is big, Really big. More than 1 billion people visit YouTube for music each month. But it’s never been brilliant as a straightforward listening service. Its latest offering, YouTube Music, is designed to change that. But with Apple and Spotify dominating music streaming,...

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GDPR: The foundation for innovation

As the last few weeks have thrown into sharp relief, millions of people are suddenly becoming more aware of the power their own data holds, and the data collection practices that go with it. The headlines may have been full of some of the biggest names associated with the data economy, but the comin...

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TalkTalk reduces its broadband deals again - now from only £17 per month

TalkTalk broadband just reduced the price of its best broadband deals...again. Already one of the cheapest internet providers on the market, it now has the beating of pretty much every other company, leaving the likes of BT broadband and Sky trailing way behind in the race for cheap broadband deals....

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GDPR compliance countdown: the final checklist

Having caused IT teams – and indeed businesses – turmoil throughout the past number of months, the dreaded General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement deadline is now just days away from implementation. As most are well aware of by now, failure to comply with the impending...

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GDPR and the case for ethical data handling

GDPR enforcement is almost upon us. Rather than simply seeing it as a necessary evil, we should remain mindful of the value to be gained from the approaching EU regulation. Businesses ready to embrace GDPR will have the opportunity, not only to enhance data protection, but implement a more ethical a...

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What is GDPR? Everything you need to know about the new EU data laws

GDPR has been all over the news recently, as companies of all sizes scrabble to make sure they're ready for the new regulations.The new rules are set to come into force on May 25 2018, meaning your business only has a few more days to ensure it's compliant.But what exactly does GDPR entail? Here's o...

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Instagram will soon show how long you spend looking at avocado toast

Instagram will soon offer Usage Insights, which will show you how much of your precious time you're spending posting selfies and admiring pictures of other people's brunch.After the code was discovered in Instagram's Android app, the company's CEO Kevin Systrom confirmed to TechCrunch that the featu...

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Facebook’s new features will come to India first

Three of the new features on the online social media and networking service, Facebook, will be coming to India before they roll to the rest of the world. They mostly focus on Facebook’s camera app, which is embedded into the main app. Voice Posts and access to cloud storage for photos hav...


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