Tag: Canada

Facebook’s ‘privacy’ pivot reveals smoke and mirrors

By Ted Kritsonis

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a long blog post exclaiming the social network’s new vigour towards building a “privacy-focused communications platform,” but it’s what he hasn’t said that speaks louder.

The best free library apps for consuming content

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Being able to access content using your library is actually one of the best ways to keep informed and entertained without breaking the bank. Here are some of the best I’ve tried. 

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Canadian Developers Amp’ed Over Music Sync App

With their energetic announcements about the use and popularity of their music sync and listening app, Montreal-based mobile application developers are clearly amp’ed about AmpMe. Citing over 20 million users worldwide and claiming title to the record of most devices…

How to properly deactivate Facebook’s services

By Gadjo Sevilla

The service tracks user information such as behaviours, images, and interests and sells these to advertisers. It shapes the user experience to push various ads and news, real or fake, based on what a user likes, reads or who they follow.