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Mark Zuckerberg.

Leaked email shows how Cambridge Analytica and Facebook first responded to what became a huge data scandal

An email exchange between Facebook and Cambridge Analytica showed how the company responded to early reports that the data firm was misusing social media.

Twitter security chief Michael Coates is leaving to launch a startup

Michael Coates is departing to cofound a security startup and will be replaced by Joseph Camilleri, information security and risk senior manager.
Alex Stamos

Facebook’s high-profile head of security Alex Stamos is said to be leaving in August after clashing with other execs over Russia

Stamos' acknowledged that his role at Facebook has changed, but he did not address media reports that he planned to leave the company in August.
Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz

Oracle beat on earnings per share while growing cloud revenue by 32%

Oracle reported earnings per share of $0.83 and revenue of $9.8 billion in the third quarter of 2018.
Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry

A little known cloud security company just raised $192 million in the first big tech IPO of 2018

Zscaler is trading up 72% in its early hours as a public company
Former Qualcomm chairman Paul Jacobs, seen here with a chip, wants to acquire the company.

Qualcomm’s ex-chairman is trying to buy the company with help from investors at SoftBank

News of a potential buyout comes just days after President Donald Trump blocked Qualcomm's acquisition by a rival chipmaker.

Amazon and Twitch are giving free games to Prime members every month

Amazon / Twitch Prime just got even sweeter.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki

YouTube will include Wikipedia info next to videos promoting conspiracy theories

Youtube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced at a SXSW panel the company's plan to add Wikipedia information to videos pertaining to conspiracy theories.

Amazon says the laughing Echo devices that terrified some users happened because Alexa ‘mistakenly’ thought it heard instructions to laugh...

Amazon is aware that some of its Echo devices are spontaneously bursting into laughter, and the company says it's working on a fix.