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FAQs: 7 answers about the new Komando Community

We continue to see how unsecure social media is for all of us. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram - all of them have had major data...
Tips March 9, 2019

Kim's Take: Does Facebook think we’re all just a bunch of idiots?

In a hurry? Tap or click to listen to this story in less than a minute! Facebook owns the widely popular Instagram and WhatsApp,...
Columns February 8, 2019

Facebook 'sorry' for mistakenly exposing millions of users' photos

Facebook has billions, if not trillions, of its users' photos uploaded onto the site. It's one of the features it's most known for. But,...
Happening Now December 14, 2018

Facebook wants to predict where you're going

I've spoken a lot about Facebook and how some of the things it does are either creepy or are a downright invasion of privacy....
Happening Now December 12, 2018

Documents reveal Facebook scraped call and text data without user permission

Facebook, yet again, has been caught with its hand in the personal data cookie jar. This time, the company admitted that it has been...
Happening Now December 7, 2018

Creepy Facebook feature can suggest friends based on who you stand next to

Facebook has done some creepy things in the past. Your movement, political leanings, personal interests -- they seem to be tracking everything, and sometimes...
Happening Now November 7, 2018

Kim's Opinion: Facebook was hacked. Was your data stolen?

It's happened again -- and it probably will keep happening.
Columns October 15, 2018

Facebook hack smaller but more damaging than thought - check your account

Facebook is saying that "only" 30 million accounts were actually hacked, and about 14 million of them had information grabbed that was far more...
Happening Now October 13, 2018

Kim's Opinion: Facebook hacked again

Facebook has been hacked once again and this time hackers have stolen 50 million users' login information and can access your account just as...
Columns October 3, 2018

The private information we happily give away each day

America’s relationship with big tech defies logic. We blame big tech for the disappearance of our personal privacy. Yet, every day, we think nothing...
Columns July 11, 2018
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