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articles – Page 9 – TechCrunch

Surveys have long been used by marketing teams and other business decision-makers to learn how customers tick. But they can be costly to put together, hard to run at scale, and, at the end of the day, In its first-ever Congressional hearing, TikTok successfully dodged questions about what it plans to do with the biometric




articles – Page 10 – TechCrunch

For the first time, Google has published the number of geofence warrants it’s historically received from U.S. authorities, providing a rare glimpse into how frequently these controversial warran Pearson, a London-based publishing and education giant that provides software to schools and universities has agreed to pay $1 million to settle charges that it misled investors




Amanda Silberling – TechCrunch

MGM (which is owned by Amazon) is making a viral video show based on footage from Ring security cameras (also owned by Amazon). The syndicated television show, “Ring Nation,” is poised to Gen Z internet use is on the rise, but the rate at which teens use Facebook is rapidly declining. A Pew Research Center


Google Cloud launches its new data loss prevention tool for BigQuery – TechCrunch

Inevitably, large businesses will collect all kinds of sensitive data. Often, that’s personal identifiable data (PII) of their customers and employees, or other information that only a select number of users should get access to. But as the amount of data that large businesses collect increases, manual data discovery and classification can’t scale anymore. With