Google shuts down its social media site after security breach

Plus, Facebook adds new tech for video calls, and facial recognition is no longer being used just for humans.
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Transcript for Google shuts down its social media site after security breach
In today's tech bikes at the end of Google+ Google closed down the social network amid criticism that it covered up the security lapse for more than six months the breach reportedly expose to 500000. People's personal data. Google says there's no evidence of any of the personal Canadian data being misuse. And FaceBook has added new hardware to improve video calls the portal uses an AI controlled camera to. We frame the picture the tablet like device allows users to move around a room during messenger calls without readjusting the camera. It cost 200 dollars and facial recognition is no longer just for humans Norwegian farmers are using a technology to track their salmon. Each fish we'll have a medical record that tracked over time in order to single out a fish. That pose a threat to others farmers also hopes to use it for Cal's so this criminal Cal's be on the lookout. Blizzard tech right.

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