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Facebook apologizes for censoring prehistoric Venus statue

Facebook apologizes for censoring prehistoric Venus statue

 Facebook apologized Thursday for censoring the prehistoric "Venus of Willendorf" figurine, considered a masterpiece of the Paleolithic era. "Our advertising policies do not allow nudity or implied nudity but we have an exception for statues. Therefore, the ad with this image...

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Telegram app was targeted by crypto mining malware: Kaspersky Lab

Telegram app was targeted by crypto mining malware: Kaspersky Lab

Previously undetected malware directed at users of the desktop version of the messaging app Telegram has been discovered by the Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab, Kaspersky said Tuesday. The malicious software has been used to target Russian users since March 2017, Kaspersky said in a...

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Twitter hits milestone with first-ever profit

Twitter hits milestone with first-ever profit

Twitter Thursday reported its first-ever quarterly profit, a key milestone that sent shares soaring at the social network which has lagged for years behind fast-growing rivals. Twitter shares leapt 18 percent to $31.77 - their highest levels in over a year - as the San Francisco-based...

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Facebook booming even as time spent on it drops

Facebook booming even as time spent on it drops

Facebook Wednesday reported a big jump in profits even though people are spending less time on the world's biggest social network. The company said its priority is to encourage personal interaction among users, rather than simply boost the number of hours they spend on Facebook....

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