Facebook users seemingly unfazed by recent data breach

A new poll found that 75 percent of users still visit the social media site just as much or more than before the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
0:52 | 05/07/18

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In today's tech bikes FaceBook unfazed by the recent data breach a new poll found three quarters of people say they used FaceBook as often are even more frequently since it was discovered Cambridge analytical misused information from FaceBook users. The iMac is now twenty years old. Apple CEO Tim Cook celebrated the anniversary by tweeting video showing Steve Jobs unveiling the first iMac in 1998. It cost thirteen hundred dollars and with four gigs it had a fraction of the storage space of current iPhone. And billionaire Elon Musk has. Next possible venture is a sweet one must waited that he wants to start a candy company but it may have been an attempt to troll Warren Buffett who owns sees candy. The two billionaires have been criticizing each other about business models. Rivalry among the billionaires but those are tech bikes have a great day.

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