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Oculus Rift Intrigues and Pays

Oculus Rift Intrigues and Pays

Oculus Rift has several applications that both intrigues the masses and offers to pay certain parties handsomely. The project, which sprang from the crowd-sourcing website Kickstarter, has grown to intrigue many different businesses in many different vocations. Since Oculus was funded, developers have been able to order kits, or a malleable version of the software, […]

Facebook Involved in First Revenge Porn Lawsuit

Facebook Involved in First Revenge Porn Lawsuit

A woman has involved Facebook in its first lawsuit for revenge porn. Meryem Ali from Texas was shocked to find her face realistically Photoshopped onto the bodies of porn stars and is now suing for $128 million. That sounds like a lot of money, but it is just 10 cents for each member on the […]

Facebook Messenger Uproar

Facebook Messenger Uproar

The recent uproar over the Facebook messenger application may, in Shakespeare’s words, be much ado about nothing. Most people probably have a friend or two who are adamantly opposed to social media of any kind. For others, Facebook is a part of their daily routine but the new permissions required for the messenger application have […]

Facebook Messenger App Not a Requirement to Keep on Chatting

Facebook Messenger App Not a Requirement to Keep on Chatting

The Facebook Messenger app has taken a lot of heat over the last couple of days but it is not a requirement to keep on chatting. In fact, there are many myths surrounding the idea of Facebook forcing smartphone users to download the app after announcing the removal of messenger from the main app. Privacy […]

Facebook Messenger Terms and Conditions Violating Privacy?

Facebook Messenger Terms and Conditions Violating Privacy?

Could the new Facebook Messenger terms and conditions be violating your privacy? That is something that some users claim, and has led to some deciding against downloading it. It is more of a problem for those using Android phones, and is a major issue as people are now forced to download the app. Facebook recently […]

Facebook’s New Messenger App for Android Causes Privacy Concerns

Facebook’s New Messenger App for Android Causes Privacy Concerns

Facebook has created a new messenger app for Android that has caused significant privacy concerns among its users. Although privacy concerns with this social media company is not a new concept, the new permission requirements within their new Messenger App has created unrest with some customers, making them feel violated and unsafe. The biggest concern encompasses […]

Technology News: GLV Daily Digest for July 31, 2014

Technology News: GLV Daily Digest for July 31, 2014

The Technology News Daily Digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 31, 2014 includes stories about a mobile application that can grant people in developing countries free access to some of the most popular global websites and an update on the status of the Tor browsing network since the Black Hat talk was canceled. News […]

Facebook Users Must Have the Messenger App

Facebook Users Must Have the Messenger App

If Facebook users want to continue chatting to friends through the site’s Messenger platform, they will need to download the official Messenger App. It has been a requirement for some in various countries but will now be a worldwide need as the social media giant is removing the messenger function from its main app. Many […]

Facebook Mark Zuckerberg Adds $1.6 Billion to His Fortune

Facebook Mark Zuckerberg Adds $1.6 Billion to His Fortune

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg added $1.6 billion to his fortune since the social network closed at record high on Thursday. The author of The Facebook Effect, David Kirkpatrick, said the 30-year-old chairman is just getting started and he is going to become “the richest person on the planet.” The company set a new record and […]

Twitter and Facebook Compete: Do Users Win?

Twitter and Facebook Compete: Do Users Win?

Facebook and Twitter have long vied for the attention of users, and it is questionable whether consumers always win when the two social media giants compete. On the one hand, each example of social media one-up-manship between social networking monoliths has enhanced the way in which users interact with one another, as well as share […]

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