privacy issue

A startup just sued Google for censoring its 'free speech' social network

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Gab just sued Google for employing anticompetitive practices after banning the app from the Google Play Store, The Washington Post reported.

SEE ALSO: From 4chan to Gab: Where hate speech is thriving online

Launched by former ad tech founder Andrew Torba last year, Gab has gained significant traction as an alternative social network. Gab promotes itself as a free speech platform and therefore has attracted members of the alt-right and white supremacists who are able to share their views without fear of being banned.

Facebook privacy glitch?

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Panic washed over the social Web on Monday after several reports indicated that a glitch within Facebook’s main site was causing the private messages of millions of users to be posted to public spaces, made visible for all to see.

Facebook was quick to respond to the reports, which originated in France, explaining that the posts users believed were private messages were actually old posts made when Facebook allowed users to write back and forth on each other’s virtual “walls” that were now being pulled into a more public area of the site.

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