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Twitter admits it used two-factor phone numbers and emails for targeted advertising

Twitter admits it used two-factor phone numbers and emails for targeted advertising Twitter has said it may have “inadvertently” used phone numbers and email addresses that users provided to secure their accounts to serve targeted advertisements. In a disclosure Tuesday, the social media giant said it did not know how many users […]

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Subscription email app Tempo hits the right minimalist notes

Subscription email app Tempo hits the right minimalist notes Email will likely never die, but if new apps can change how we think about using it, maybe it will feel like the worst parts have croaked. In the wake of popular apps like Inbox and Mailbox being sunsetted, like many, I’ve been […]

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An anonymous hentai porn site exposed over a million users’ emails

An anonymous hentai porn site exposed over a million users’ emails A popular hentai porn site that promises anonymity to its 1.1 million users left a user database exposed without a password, allowing anyone to identify users by their email addresses. You might not have heard of Luscious.net unless you’re into hentai […]

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Twilio launches SendGrid Ads and new cross-channel messaging API

Twilio launches SendGrid Ads and new cross-channel messaging API At its annual Signal developer conference, Twilio today announced a couple of new features for developers on its core messaging platform and users of its recently acquired SendGrid email service. The new Twilio tools now allow developers to create multi-channel messaging tools and […]

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A mistakenly exposed password let a hacker access internal Comodo files

A mistakenly exposed password let a hacker access internal Comodo files A hacker gained access to internal files and documents owned by security company and SSL certificate issuer Comodo by using an email address and password mistakenly exposed on the internet. The credentials were found in a public GitHub repository owned by […]

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Superhuman removes email location logging, will turn read receipts off by default

Superhuman removes email location logging, will turn read receipts off by default Superhuman, the buzzy and currently invite-only email startup that you might have come across even if you yourself don’t have access if you’ve ever encountered a “Sent via Superhuman” email signature, is making some changes based on community feedback. These […]

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Superbacklash

Superbacklash Hot startup Superhuman has been getting some ‘backlash’ as happens now and then when someone notices the precise methodology that a startup is using to enable a really freakin’ cool feature set. We’re well into stage 2 now when, inevitably, the backlash itself gets backlash. The nut of it is that […]

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Meet your new chief of staff: An AI chatbot

Meet your new chief of staff: An AI chatbot Years ago, a mobile app for email launched to immediate fanfare. Simply called Mailbox, its life was woefully cut short — we’ll get to that. Today, its founders are back with their second act: An AI-enabled assistant called Navigator meant to help teams […]

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Apple introduces ‘Sign in with Apple’ to help protect your privacy

Apple introduces ‘Sign in with Apple’ to help protect your privacy Apple has a new way to stop third-party sites and services from getting your information when you sign up to an app. All too often, developers give users the chance to sign in with one-click — using data fed in from […]

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Millions of Instagram influencers had their private contact data scraped and exposed

Millions of Instagram influencers had their private contact data scraped and exposed A massive database containing contact information of millions of Instagram influencers, celebrities and brand accounts has been found online. The database, hosted by Amazon Web Services, was left exposed and without a password allowing anyone to look inside. At the […]

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