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  • Big brands don't mind live Periscope stumbles to reach millennials -

    New York skyline is seen in a distance as Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas enters New York harbourWhen Benefit Cosmetics, a San Francisco-based maker of skin care and makeup, used Twitter's Periscope live-streaming video service to make a product demonstration, a heckler became part of the live show, typing to the presenter, "I can see down your top" even though there was no wardrobe malfunction. During BMW of North America's debut of its M2 coupe on Periscope last month, the sound dipped in and out as the driver talked about how the car handled.

  • UK police make fifth arrest in TalkTalk hack inquiry -

    A computer screen shows details of TalkTalk's login page on its web site in LondonAn 18-year-old youth from Wales who was detained on Tuesday in the fifth arrest connected to a cyber attack on telecoms company TalkTalk was bailed on Wednesday pending further investigations, police said in a statement. Police searched an address in the town of Llanelli on Tuesday and took the youth into custody on suspicion of blackmail. TalkTalk said on Oct. 23 it had received a ransom demand from an unidentified party claiming responsibility for the attack.

  • Jury weighs murder charges for Florida 'Facebook killer' -

    Derek Medina listens to the opening statements during his trial in Miami-Dade Circuit Court in Miami FloridaA Florida jury began weighing on Tuesday whether a man who killed his wife and posted a photo of her blood-spattered, lifeless body on Facebook committed first-degree murder. Attorneys for Derek Medina, 33, argued that he was acting in self-defense when he fired eight shots at Jennifer Alfonso, 27, in the kitchen of their Miami-area residence.

  • Minneapolis police arrest two in shooting of Black Lives Matter protesters -By David Bailey and Todd Melby MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - Minneapolis police said on Tuesday they have arrested a 23-year-old white man and a 32-year-old Hispanic man over the shooting of five people near a city police station where demonstrators have gathered for more than a week to protest the killing of an unarmed black man by officers. The younger suspect was arrested around 11:20 a.m. CST (1720 GMT) in the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington, while the older man was arrested in his vehicle about 45 minutes later in south Minneapolis, police said. "As I said before, we are sparing no efforts to bring any and all those responsible to justice," Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges said after the second arrest.
  • FBI has lead in probe of 1.2 billion stolen Web credentials: documents -

    Picture illustration of People posing with laptops in front of projection with word 'cyber' and binary code in ZenicaBy Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - A hacker who once advertised having access to user account information for websites like Facebook and Twitter has been linked through a Russian email address to the theft of a record 1.2 billion Internet credentials, the FBI said in court documents. The papers, made public last week by a federal court in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, provide a window into the Federal Bureau of Investigation's probe of what would amount to the largest collection of stolen user names and passwords. The court papers were filed in support of a search warrant the FBI sought in December 2014 and that was executed a month later related to email records.

  • DraftKings hires Exiger to review financial controls, compliance -

    A DraftKings logo is displayed on a board inside of the DFS Players Conference in New YorkDaily fantasy sports company DraftKings said on Tuesday it hired regulatory risk and compliance firm Exiger to conduct a review of its financial, operational, compliance and risk controls, as the company and its top competitor, FanDuel, have come under fire from state and federal regulators. DraftKings said in a statement that Ray Pollitt -- a former Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent who was the lead case agent in the U.S. government's investigation of online poker -- will head up Exiger's efforts at the daily fantasy sports company.

  • Sassy woman or machine? Tech giants divided over digital assistants -

    CEO Tim Cook talks about Siri during an Apple event in San Francisco, CaliforniaBy Julia Love and Yasmeen Abutaleb SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - When users ask Siri, Apple?s digital assistant, what she likes to drink, she is quick with an answer. What's your favorite drink?" As the tech giants race to build ever better artificial intelligence platforms, they are obsessing over the nuances of their digital assistants' personalities. For users, digital assistants are a gateway to powerful artificial intelligence tools developers expect to influence major decisions about what to buy and how to spend time.

  • Black Oregon college student assaulted by three white men: police -The assault of a black Oregon college student by three white men is being investigated by a police hate crime unit and comes days after Portland police received reports of racist threats on social media, authorities said on Monday. The 26-year-old black man was assaulted on Friday night near the campus pool at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, police said. "The victim told police that the suspect used racial epithets before assaulting him," Portland Police Department spokesman Pete Simpson said in a statement.
  • Black Oregon college student assaulted by three white classmates: police -The assault of a black Oregon college student by three white students is being investigated by a police hate crime unit and comes days after Portland police received reports of racist threats on social media, authorities said on Monday. The 26-year-old black man was assaulted on Friday night by three white men near the campus pool at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, police said. "The victim told police that the suspect used racial epithets before assaulting him," Portland Police Department spokesman Pete Simpson said in a statement.
  • Dell acknowledges security hole in new laptops -

    A Dell logo is seen in this illustration picture taken in SarajevoMajor U.S. computer company Dell Inc [DI.UL] said on Monday a security hole exists in some of its recently shipped laptops that could make it easy for hackers to access users? private data. A pre-installed program on some newly purchased Dell laptops that can only be removed manually by consumers makes them vulnerable to cyber intrusions that may allow hackers to read encrypted messages and redirect browser traffic to spoofs of real websites such as Google or those belonging to a bank, among other attacks. ?The recent situation raised is related to an on-the-box support certificate intended to provide a better, faster and easier customer support experience,? Dell said in a statement to Reuters.

  • Cyber attacks loom as growing corporate credit risk: Moody?s -

    A hand is silhouetted in front of a computer screen in this picture illustration taken in BerlinBy Dustin Volz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cyber attacks on the private sector are an increasingly important risk in corporate credit analysis, U.S. ratings agency Moody?s Investors Service said on Monday. Likening cyber attacks to natural disasters, the agency said the two pose similar challenges in anticipating the duration or severity of problems in calculating ratings impact. ?We do not explicitly incorporate the risk of cyber attacks into our credit analysis as a principal ratings driver,? the report said.

  • Omnicom to buy Brazil advertising group ABC, source says -By Tatiana Bautzer and Guillermo Parra-Bernal SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Omnicom Group Inc, the world's second largest advertising company, has agreed to pay 1 billion reais ($270 million) for Brazil's Grupo ABC, growing Omnicom's publicity, branding services and content in Latin America's largest economy, a source with direct knowledge of the transaction said on Friday. Grupo ABC's founding partners Nizan Guanaes and Guga Valente agreed to stay with the company for five years, the source said.
  • Facebook CEO Zuckerberg will take two months of paternity leave -

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks on stage during a town hall with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, CaliforniaSAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said he will take two months of paternity leave after his daughter's birth, though he did not say when she is due. Facebook allows its U.S. employees to take up to four months of paid maternity or paternity leave, which they can use all at once or throughout the year. (Reporting By Yasmeen Abutaleb; Editing by Chris Reese)

  • Google aims for China launch of Google Play app store next year: sources -

    The new Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, CaliforniaBy Paul Carsten and Yimou Lee BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Google, part of Alphabet Inc , aims to launch the China version of its Google Play smartphone app store next year, according to people familiar with the matter, its first major foray in the market since ending localized product support in 2010. The Google Play app store would be set up specifically for China, and not connected to overseas versions of Google Play, two of the people said. A Singapore-based Google spokesman declined to comment.

  • Snapchat's lackluster ad business threatens $16 billion valuation -

    A billboard displays the logo of Snapchat above Times Square in New YorkBy Heather Somerville SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Snapchat, maker of a free mobile app that lets users send videos and messages that disappear in seconds, is struggling to gain traction with advertisers, fuelling investor concern that its $16 billion valuation isn't justified by a business that hasn't yet shown it has a steady source of income. Fidelity Investments' decision to slash the estimated value of its Snapchat stake by 25 percent in the third quarter exacerbated concern about the company's ability to meet advertisers' expectations. For Snapchat advertisers, the question is whether prices that can reach more than $500,000 for some ads is worth it when the company lags competitors in targeting specific consumers and measuring how ads perform.

  • EU steps up controls on bitcoin, pre-paid cards to curb terrorist funds -

    A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial districtThe European Union will increase controls on pre-paid cards, money remittances and bitcoin in a bid to curb terrorism funding after the attacks in Paris that killed 129 people. EU interior and justice ministers agreed on Friday in Brussels to tighten checks on payment methods that may be conducted anonymously and might be used by terrorist organizations to finance attacks. Ministers urged the European Commission, the EU Executive, to "strengthen controls of non-banking payment methods such as electronic/anonymous payments, money remittances, cash-carriers, virtual currencies, transfers of gold or precious metals and pre-paid cards in line with the risk they present", they said in a joint statement at the end of the meeting.

  • Nigeria's Instagram agony aunt advises women on love, violence, justice -

    A most popular Instagram page is displayed on a mobile device screen in PasadenaBy Kieran Guilbert DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From unrequited love and cheating husbands to domestic violence and marital rape, a Nigerian agony aunt is using Instagram to encourage women to share their stories anonymously, ask for advice and even seek justice in court. Ziya'atulhaqq Usman Tahir receives thousands of comments and likes each day on the photo-sharing app from women in Nigeria's mostly Muslim north, where publicly discussing relationship troubles or family issues outside the home is discouraged. "It is hard for women to speak about their problems in public, but it is time that we start opening up - we have a voice and we shouldn't bottle it up," the 27-year-old, known as Fatibolady on Instagram, said in an interview over Twitter.

  • U.S. Secret Service agent accused of sexting deemed flight risk: prosecutors -

    Lee Robert Moore is pictured in this undated booking photo provided by the Delaware Department of JusticeProsecutors asked that Moore be held until trial because he was a flight risk, a danger to the public and his crimes involved a minor. Court documents detail a series of explicit, pornographic online chats starting in late August between Moore and a Delaware State Police detective posing as a 14-year-old girl.

  • Clinton urges stepped-up fight against Islamic State in Syria -

    Hillary Clinton speaks at a Grassroots Organizing Event in Dallas, TexasBy Luciana Lopez NEW YORK (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday urged a tougher approach to fighting Islamic State militants than President Barack Obama has pursued, with an intensified air campaign and more U.S. special forces and trainers. Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, the former secretary of state offered her most expansive view to date on how to counter a growing militancy that launched attacks in Paris last Friday in which 129 people died. "Our goal is not to deter or contain ISIS, but to defeat and destroy ISIS," she said, using a common acronym for the group, in what amounted to an implicit criticism of Obama, who said days before the Paris attacks that it had been contained.

  • Investors 'swipe right' in Tinder-owner Match's debut -

    Greg Blatt, chairman of Match Group, takes part in celebrations for the company's IPO at the NASDAQ stock exchangeMatch Group, which touts itself as the world's No. 1 dating company, is seen as the crown jewel of Diller's media properties and has driven parent IAC/InterActiveCorp's profit and revenue in recent quarters. One of Match Group's most popular offerings is Tinder, a mobile app on which people "swipe right" or "swipe left" to signal their willingness ? or not ? to meet prospective partners. The company's solid opening, along with the stellar debut of mobile payments company Square Inc on Thursday, offered hope to startups hoping to go public.

  • Tech group rejects post-Paris call for data encryption 'backdoors' -

    A woman looks at a data chip containing encryption codes for mobile and landline phones during the CeBIT trade fair in HanoverBy Dustin Volz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A leading U.S.-based technology industry group on Thursday, in its first statement since last week's Paris attacks, rejected calls to give U.S. law enforcement authorities backdoor keys to let them circumvent encryption technology for cellphones. Weakening encryption to help the government monitor electronic communications in the name of national security "simply does not make sense," the Information Technology Industry Council said in a statement released to Reuters. "After a horrific tragedy like the Paris attacks, we naturally search for solutions: weakening encryption is not a solution," said Dean Garfield, president of the Washington-based organization, which represents Apple , Google , Microsoft and dozens of other blue-chip tech companies.

  • Massachusetts to ban fantasy sports for people under 21 -

    People protest in front of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office following his decision to shut down fantasy sports sites FanDuel and DraftKings, in the Manhattan borough of New YorkMassachusetts would prohibit people under the age of 21 from playing paid fantasy sports games under a proposed set of regulations for the fast-growing, multibillion-dollar industry laid out on Thursday by state Attorney General Maura Healey. The proposals would also ban fantasy competitions based on college sports, prohibit promotions of paid fantasy sports on high school and college campuses and bar professional athletes, agents and others connected to pro sports from taking part in paid fantasy contests related to their sports. The fantasy sports business, led by DraftKings and FanDuel, has drawn increasing regulatory scrutiny over the past few weeks with state regulatory officials debating whether the paid daily games are gambling.

  • Matchmaking seen as potential game changer in online job search market -By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Just as social media changed how people find love and marriage, with research showing about 22 percent of U.S. couples now meet online, an Internet dating website is betting its matchmaking techniques will help people find the perfect job. In March 2016, eHarmony plans to launch Elevated Careers, an online employment service that will put the compatibility matching techniques it has used in pairing couples to the test in the career market. If they get it right, recruitment and human resource management experts say the approach could transform the recruitment industry.
  • Massachusetts proposes new regulations on daily fantasy sports games -BOSTON, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Massachusetts would prohibit people under the age of 21 from playing paid fantasy sports games under a proposed set of regulations for the fast-growing, multibillion-dollar industry laid out by state Attorney General Maura Healey on Thursday. The proposals would also prohibit professional athletes, agents and others connected to pro sports from taking part in paid fantasy contests related to their sports and ban promotions of paid fantasy sports on college campuses. ...
  • Israel, Palestinians sign 3G mobile network agreement -

    File photo of a Palestinian teenager using her phone to tweet in her family's home in Gaza CityIsrael and the Palestinian Authority signed an agreement to allow a long-awaited third-generation (3G) mobile network in Gaza and the West Bank, they said on Thursday. Israel said the decision was made after it concluded a security examination as well as other work with the Communications Ministry. Under interim peace accords, Israel effectively has final say in allocating radio frequencies in the West Bank, where the Palestinian Authority exercises limited self-rule.

  • U.S. consumers favor Amazon for online holiday shopping -

    Employees of Amazon India are seen behind a glass bearing the company's logo inside its office in BengaluruA majority of U.S. consumers plan to go to for most of their online holiday shopping, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, even after traditional retailers have collectively spent billions of dollars to try to capture Web demand. The survey of 3,426 adults conducted from November 12 to 18 found that 51 percent plan to do most of their online shopping at Amazon this holiday season, compared to 16 percent at Walmart, 3 percent at Target and 2 percent at Macy's. The poll underscored the hurdles that traditional retailers faced in expanding online.

  • Square and Match debut in the shadow of sputtering IPOs -By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Investors considering buying a piece of mobile payment startup Square Inc or online dating empire Match Group Inc when their stocks begin trading on Thursday might do well to reflect on the dismal performance of other recent high-profile share offers. A group of companies whose initial public offerings attracted wide attention over the past year have since seen their shares sputter, as Wall Street has been roiled by a surge in market volatility and wariness over expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve will hike interest rates, the first increase in almost a decade. Of 14 widely watched Wall Street IPOs over the past 12 months, half are now in the red, including online data storage service Box Inc and LendingClub Corp, a peer-to-peer lender lauded as a pioneer in the small but expanding sharing economy.
  • U.S. counterintelligence chief skeptical China has curbed spying on U.S. -

    Chinese and U.S. flags fly along Pennsylvania Avenue outside the White House in WashingtonBy Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. counterintelligence chief Bill Evanina said on Wednesday he was skeptical China had followed through on recent promises to curb spying on the United States. Evanina told a briefing that he had seen "no indication" from the U.S. private sector "that anything has changed" in the extent of Chinese espionage on the United States.

  • Islamic State makes Telegram messaging app a major marketing tool -The mobile messaging service Telegram, created by the exiled founder of Russia?s most popular social network site, has emerged as an important new promotional and recruitment platform for Islamic State. A new feature of Telegram that was introduced in September has become the preferred method for Islamic State to broadcast news and share videos of military victories or sermons, according to security researchers. The group used Telegram to claim responsibility for the Paris attacks, which left 129 people dead, and the bombing of a Russian airliner over Egypt last month, which killed 224.
  • U.S. counterintelligence chief sceptical China has curbed spying on U.S. -

    Chinese and U.S. flags fly along Pennsylvania Avenue outside the White House in WashingtonBy Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. counterintelligence chief Bill Evanina said on Wednesday he was sceptical China had followed through on recent promises to curb spying on the United States. Evanina told a briefing that he had seen "no indication" from the U.S. private sector "that anything has changed" in the extent of Chinese espionage on the United States.

  • Facebook says it froze user named Isis by mistake -

    A Facebook logo is displayed on the side of a tour bus in New York's financial districtBy Melissa Fares NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc said it erroneously disabled the personal account of a user named Isis Anchalee for about a day, an action the user claims was due to her name being spelt the same as the acronym used for the Islamic State extremist group. Anchalee, a software developer in San Francisco, on Monday posted a screenshot of a Facebook log-in page that showed a message "Account disabled". MY REAL NAME IS ISIS ANCHALEE".

  • Snippets of Adele's '25' leaked, removed days ahead of release -

    British singer Adele performs the song "Skyfall" at the 85th Academy Awards in HollywoodParts of Adele's much anticipated new album "25" were reported on Wednesday to have been leaked online ahead of the official Nov. 20 release of the Grammy-winning British singer's first release in four years. Adele's 2011 album "21" won six Grammy awards and sold more than 30 million copies worldwide, and the new release is expected to be the biggest selling album of 2015. An Adele fan posted on Twitter a photo on Tuesday of what looked like the CD of the new album, claiming it was obtained at a Target store.

  • New Jersey university probes threats against African-Americans -An anonymous user posted messages to Twitter on Tuesday night, threatening to kill or shoot black students and others at the school, where students have been demonstrating to raise awareness about racism on U.S. campuses. "I will shoot every black woman and male I see at Kean University," wrote the Twitter user using the name @keanuagainstblk. Kean University police said they alerted federal, state and local law enforcement and were providing extra security.
  • U.S. defense chief announces reforms aimed at strengthening military -

    U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter discusses "Charting Global Security in the 21st Century" at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council 2015 annual meeting in WashingtonU.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced reforms to the Defense Department's personnel policies on Wednesday aimed at attracting tech talent and improving the recruitment and retention of troops and civilians. Carter said he wanted to create more "on-ramps" for those outside the Defense Department to join even for short periods of time. A new chief recruiting officer will headhunt for executives to fill top civilian roles in the department, Carter said.

  • Many mourn police dog killed in St. Denis raid -(Reuters) - The death of a police dog named Diesel during a raid in the Paris suburb of St. Denis evoked an outpouring of grief on social media on Wednesday. The raid, which targeted the suspected Paris attack mastermind Abdelhamid Abaaoud, also resulted in the death of a woman suicide bomber and another militant. The hashtag #JeSuisChien, which means "I am dog," went viral and trended worldwide on Twitter Wednesday morning and trended first on Twitter in France in honor of Diesel. Other popular hashtags included #RIPDiesel, #PrayForDiesel and #JeSuisDiesel. ...
  • Tencent's WeBank looking to raise $1 billion in funding round - source -

    Man uses a mobile phone in front of a logo of Tencent at the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) 2015 in BeijingHONG KONG (Reuters) - WeBank, the online finance arm of Chinese tech firm Tencent Holdings Ltd , is looking to raise about $1 billion to expand its lending business and other financial services, a person with knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday. WeBank, launched in January, plans to hold discussions primarily with private equity investors over the next couple of months, said the person, who declined to be identified as the matter has not been announced. WeBank did not reply to a Reuters request for comment on the fundraising, which was previously reported by the Wall Street Journal. ...

  • Shunning protocol, Obama interviews Alibaba billionaire Ma -

    U.S. President Barack Obama and Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma take part in a dialogue at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit in ManilaBy Megha Rajagopalan MANILA (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama took time off at an Asia-Pacific summit on Wednesday for an unusual task - putting questions to Chinese internet billionaire Jack Ma and a young Filipina entrepreneur on government-business ties in a panel discussion. Obama joked comfortably with the eccentric founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., which is looking to make inroads into foreign markets, including the United States. During the discussion on the sidelines of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Manila, the U.S. ...

  • Facebook activates "Safety Check" for Nigeria blasts after criticism -

    A 3D plastic representation of the Facebook logo is seen in this illustration in Zenica(Reuters) - Facebook Inc activated its "Safety Check" feature after deadly blasts in Nigeria late on Tuesday following criticism from users that the social media network was being selective about deploying it. Facebook usually activates the feature, which allows users to mark themselves as safe, after natural disasters, but not bombings or attacks. The social network, however, activated it after Friday's gun and bomb attacks in Paris, drawing criticism from some users because the feature was not activated for suicide bombings in Beirut a day earlier.

  • Yahoo a new target in NY daily fantasy sports probe: source -

    A Yahoo logo is pictured in front of a building in RolleA probe by New York State's attorney general into the fast-growing, multibillion-dollar daily fantasy sports industry has been expanded to include online media giant Yahoo Inc , a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The move coincides with a court filing by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Tuesday seeking a temporary injunction that would shut down DraftKings and FanDuel, leaders among online companies offering paid-for daily fantasy sports contests. Yahoo, which operates a daily fantasy sports site, was issued a subpoena by Schneiderman, the person familiar with the matter said.

  • Yahoo a target in New York daily fantasy sports probe -A probe by the New York attorney general into the fast-growing, multibillion dollar daily fantasy sports industry has expanded to include Yahoo Inc, the online media company, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. Yahoo, which operates a daily fantasy sports site, was issued a subpoena by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the person said. A Yahoo spokesman could not immediately be reached for comment.

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