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LinkedIn faces lawsuit over claims it secretly read iPhone clipboard data

Reuters reports that iPhone user Adam Bauer has sued LinkedIn over claims the job-focused social network “secretly” read iOS clipboard data often, including the Universal Clipboard that shares copied content with nearby devices. The Microsoft-owned firm was spying on users, according to the lawsuit, and allegedly violated California law in the process. A spokesperson from […]

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Sony shares first look at PlayStation 5 box

Sony offered a sneak peek at what physical PlayStation 5 game box art will look like on store shelves starting this holiday season. The first official PS5 box art shared was for Spider-Man: Miles Morales, an action-adventure game from Insomniac Games that was first revealed during Sony’s June 2020 PS5 event. Games will come packaged […]

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Tinder starts testing video dates

Tinder is now testing a brand new interactive video One-on-one video chats. The company announced today that it has begun testing the ‘Face to Face’ chat feature (which we first caught wind of in May) in the U.S., Brazil, South Korea and several other countries. Tinder says around half of its surveyed users said they […]

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Facebook will ‘pause’ responses to data requests from Hong Kong

Facebook and its WhatsApp messaging service, along with Twitter Inc., have suspended processing requests for user data from Hong Kong law-enforcement agencies following China’s imposition of a national-security law on the city. Facebook typically works with law enforcement to follow local laws where the company operates but says it has paused sharing user data with […]