The Switch: Facebook says police can't use its data for 'surveillance'

An unconfirmed change in how Google ranks web pages is freaking some people out; Has Uber’s day of reckoning arrived?; WikiLeaks pledges to release software code of CIA hacking tools to tech firms; People in wheelchairs couldn’t see Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirrors.’ The museum found an innovative fix.;  
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Facebook says police can’t use its data for ‘surveillance’ Police were using Facebook data to track protesters in places such as Ferguson. By Elizabeth Dwoskin  •  Read more »
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An unconfirmed change in how Google ranks web pages is freaking some people out An alleged focus on 'link quality' could redefine search engine optimization for a lot of small businesses. By Gene Marks  •  Read more »
 
Has Uber’s day of reckoning arrived? As bad news piles up for the ride-hailing pioneer, some think the End of Uber is coming By Fredrick Kunkle  •  Read more »
 
WikiLeaks pledges to release software code of CIA hacking tools to tech firms Security experts, though, criticized the group for not sharing the information earlier with companies. By Ellen Nakashima, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Devlin Barrett  •  Read more »
 
People in wheelchairs couldn’t see Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirrors.’ The museum found an innovative fix. Virtual reality has helped make the popular art exhibit more accessible. By Steven Overly  •  Read more »
 
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