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When you surf the web using Chrome or any other browser, your computer saves some of the data on websites you're visiting as part of your browser history. Chrome doesn't need to collect that data if you want to surf the web more anonymously.
This week Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally admitted Cambridge Analytica had gained unauthorized access to information about tens of millions of Facebook users. Did he act responsibly?
More than 20 percent of college students are investing their educational loans in highly volatile cryptocurrencies.
Kenyans' exposure to smartphones and social media impacted last year's elections in a new way, according to one Nairobi-based data analysis firm.
Citi Research is concerned lower flash memory pricing will hurt Micron's financial results later this year.
There's a risk that Facebook's sins will become an excuse to crack down on innovation, warns venture capitalist Bradley Tusk.
Research firm Global Cyber Alliance finds that some of the most popular tax software could lead to consumer data getting into the hands of hackers.
Trump will have to "up his game," because China was more prepared than the U.S., according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.
President of Wells Fargo Investment Institute analyst Darrell Cronk shared his market and economic outlook in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO with Mike Santoli.
Facebook users got a real wake-up call this week, according to Mezrich, whose best-selling book was made into the movie "The Social Network."
Japan's Financial Services Agency puts cryptocurrency exchange Binance on notice about operating without registration in the country.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch reiterates its buy rating for Apple shares, citing the company's new iPhone product plans.
Sandberg's comments to CNBC's "Closing Bell" come a day after CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the Cambridge Analytica data scandal in a Facebook post.
CNBC is launching the Disruptor 50 Roadshow, a series of events across the country to educate entrepreneurs and investors on start-up success.
China has blocked many U.S. internet companies, including Facebook and Google, so they have very small businesses in China.
Dropbox priced its IPO above expectations on Thursday night.
Still, companies are cautiously waiting to see if users will drop Facebook or data restrictions will affect ad targeting.
You don't need Facebook to stay in touch with friends. Consider these apps instead.
Chinese companies like Alibaba and Tencent will boost Southeast Asia's e-commerce market by bringing in their investments and technology, said Credit Suisse's head of emerging Asia economics, Santitarn Sathirathai.
"In the short term, for the next couple of years, [an IPO] is not something we are looking at very seriously," said the managing director and group CEO of Petronas Lubricants International said.
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