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Twitter Is Purging Suspicious Accounts From Your Follower Count

Seth FiegermanAugust 2018

Don't be surprised to see the number of people following you on Twitter drop this week.

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Meet Michael Aldea - Our Friendly, Well Rounded, ‘wizzy-wig’ Managing Director In Charlotte

StaffAugust 2018

This month, let’s take some time out to meet our very own Michael Aldea, the Managing Director of Consult PR’s operation in Charlotte, North Carolina. Michael believes that in today’s business environment, being able to do what you say you’re going to do is a superpower, which is why he strives to do just that in both his personal and business lives.

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California Passes Strictest Online Privacy Law In The Country

Heather KellyAugust 2018

The recent passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, has been described as a “huge win” by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Common Sense Media. He has stated that this now gives consumer privacy advocates a blueprint for success, and he looks forward to working with lawmakers across the nation to ensure robust data privacy protections for all Americans.

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Google's Gmail Gets Self-destruct Option Ahead Of GDPR

BBCAugust 2018

Google's email service is adding the option to allow messages to become inaccessible after a set time as it prepares for tougher data privacy laws.

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Google Roundup: Eight New Features Plus A Major Security Upgrade For Chrome

Kevin MurnaneAugust 2018

Google was busy this week with upgrades and new features for its apps and devices, and a major security update for the Chrome browser. Here are some of the changes Google rolled out recently.

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Microsoft Calls On Government To Regulate Facial-Recognition Technology

Jay GreeneAugust 2018

Brad Smith, president of tech giant, addresses potential ‘sobering’ uses for such technology

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Gmail Messages 'read By Human Third Parties'

BBCAugust 2018

Google has confirmed that private emails sent and received by Gmail users can sometimes be read by third-party app developers, not just machines.

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