Potentially riling privacy advocates, Facebook does plan to track users' Pay activity as a means of targeting content and advertising across its platforms.
There's no evidence to suggest exposed data was exploited by developers, but that might not be enough to reassure concerned users and privacy advocates.
The tech giant is accusing NSO of installing malware on the phones of approximately 1,400 WhatsApp users.
Apple Pay would represent a whopping 47.3% of proximity mobile payment users in the United States, per eMarketer.
A majority of consumers (54%) now place a higher value on their digital interactions with brands over physical interactions.
TikTok owner, Beijing-based ByteDance, released a statement insisting censoring content guidelines are no longer used.
Those turned off by offensive content say it's more likely to come from users' social media posts than news sites.
Many marketers plan to continue pumping more ad dollars into mobile this year, per the latest app trends report from Adjust.
Example: If users turn on the face-recognition setting, they'll get an alert when anyone uploads a photo of them, with or without a tag.
The Social Science Research Council is accusing Facebook of jeopardizing an existing data-sharing initiative.