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Federal investigators could hold Mark Zuckerberg personally responsible for any Facebook privacy failings, according to new report

Mark Zuckerberg could be held directly responsible by the Federal Trade Commission for any Facebook privacy failings in an ongoing investigation of the social network, The Washington Post reports. The FTC’s investigation is the result of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which revealed the Facebook user data of millions of people was improperly handled by third-party…


A CEO who sold a startup for $1 billion, led a big IPO for another, and raised $80 million for a 3rd shares some simple advice on building a tech unicorn

A CEO who sold a startup for $1 billion, led a big IPO for another, and raised $80 million for a 3rd shares some simple advice on building a tech unicorn

Wayne Jackson sold his first startup for more than $1 billion, led a successful IPO with another firm, and recently raised $80 million for his latest tech venture. He has some simple advice on growing a successful tech business: Find your niche. In a world dominated by giants like Google and Amazon, Jackson says serving…


‘Lawmakers often tell me we have too much power over speech, and frankly I agree’: Mark Zuckerberg calls for more outside regulation over the internet

‘Lawmakers often tell me we have too much power over speech, and frankly I agree’: Mark Zuckerberg calls for more outside regulation over the internet

Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg, arrives to meet France’s President Emmanuel Macron after the “Tech for Good” Summit at the Elysee Palace in Paris, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Associated Press/Francois Mori Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg urged in a Washington Post op-ed for more regulation over the internet. He said Facebook has run into problems in four…


The Saudis accessed Jeff Bezos’ phone and gained private information, his security consultant says

The Saudis accessed Jeff Bezos’ phone and gained private information, his security consultant says

Jeff Bezos, president and CEO of Amazon and owner of The Washington Post, speaks at the Economic Club of Washington DC’s “Milestone Celebration Dinner” in Washington, U.S., September 13, 2018. Reuters/Joshua Roberts The Saudi government had access to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ phone and gained private information, Bezos’ security chief said Saturday. Gavin De Becker,…


Couple brings 1600-pound steer to a Texas Petco – INFORUM

Couple brings 1600-pound steer to a Texas Petco – INFORUM

Are all leashed animals really welcome at Petco? It was a question raised by a Texas couple and their pet, Oliver, a 1,600-pound Ankole-Watusi steer. So, they figured it was time to get an answer. “We decided to take a chance and call Petco’s bluff on the ‘ALL LEASHED PETS ARE WELCOME’ policy,” Vincent Browning,…


Trump once promised to eliminate the national debt in 8 years — but his new budget shows the president is going in the opposite direction

Trump once promised to eliminate the national debt in 8 years — but his new budget shows the president is going in the opposite direction

In April 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump promised the $19 trillion national debt would be eliminated “over a period of eight years” during an interview with the Washington Post. But Trump’s latest budget, released Monday, shows that instead of shrinking the US’s record debt load the president is adding to it. According to the budget, which…


‘Now the reality is hitting them, and they’re freaking out’: The National Enquirer’s former LA bureau chief says the tabloid is in over its head with Jeff Bezos

‘Now the reality is hitting them, and they’re freaking out’: The National Enquirer’s former LA bureau chief says the tabloid is in over its head with Jeff Bezos

Jerry George, former LA bureau chief of The National Enquirer. CNN On Thursday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos published an extraordinary blog post detailing what he alleges to be an “extortion and blackmail” plot by American Media Inc. (AMI), the publishing arm of The National Enquirer.Jerry George, the tabloid’s former LA bureau chief, in an interview…