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Steam tweaks privacy settings, will soon let you be invisible while online

Steam tweaks privacy settings, will soon let you be invisible while online

Valve has changed profile privacy settings to make it possible to hide your " game details , ' including the games you own and have on your wishlist, as well as the related metadata like achievements and playtime". Thanks to a series of user privacy settings brought into motion by Steam , the very fabric of the game streaming platform that SteamSpy utilized to harvest its valuable data has been obliterated.



"Warranty Void If Removed" stickers are illegal — FTC

They're normally either slapped over a screw silo or wrapped around where two pieces of metal/plastic join together to discourage you (or a third party) from opening up the device to tinker with it yourself. The recipients of the letters were not named, but one is thought to be Apple, which has come under fire in the past for not honouring the warranty if third-party services are used for repairs.


Ford announces prices and specs for the new Focus

Ford announces prices and specs for the new Focus

Not to be left out of the race to make cars smarter, the 2019 Ford Focus is said to feature more "advanced features" than any Ford before it. While it looks all-new up front, the styling is reminiscent of the predecessor around the sides.


Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Lowered to Buy at Vetr

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Lowered to Buy at Vetr

The stock increased 2.32% or $2.11 during the last trading session, reaching $92.88. Meanwhile, the stock investors and analysts deem this stock on the go as it shuffled with 28.61 million shares contrasting its Average Volume of 38.62 million shares.


Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg feels the burn in Senate hearings

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg feels the burn in Senate hearings

Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg has refuted allegations that the social networking giant taps users' microphones to enhance the quality of ads. VIDEO: Calif. Senator Kamala Harris questions Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Senator Dianne Feinstein wanted to know what Facebook is doing to prevent foreign actors from interfering in US elections.


CEO Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook's privacy failures

CEO Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook's privacy failures

Zuckerberg will reappear before congress tomorrow for the second and final day of his hearing. "This is Your Digital Life", was a personality quiz app that collected data not only on people who took it, but also collected data from their friends, including details that may not have meant to share publicly.