“It’s time to wait patiently as the air is slowly let out of this bizarre Ponzi balloon created by the venture capital industry.”
Even if you never handed over a phone number, Facebook can still get it and monetize it.
After the uproar about the Equifax hack, Congress did do something. And credit freezes are now a lot easier to place and lift.
The payments industry deplores it, but cash is starting to look pretty good, and central banks agree: “We do not foresee a totally cashless society”: ECB
Suddenly in a hurry to remove discriminatory ads.
Here’s how I dealt with it — screenshots and all. And now you can have some fun at their expense, literally.
Throughout the scandals, Facebook was clad in Teflon and nothing mattered. But today, it mattered.
Now, 10 months later, do they even know about it? Don’t laugh….
Android is “a vehicle to cement the dominance of its search engine.”
Contracted to fix the fiasco, IBM estimates costs at $1.25 billion: sources. There’s even talk of divorce, after just 3 years of corporate marriage.