Month: July 2019

FTC Fines Facebook $5 Billion Due To Privacy Violation Claims

Facebook in a recent statement came out to tell their users that they have agreed to pay $5 billion that has been charged on them to resolve the privacy violations case that has been going around for almost two years, the company has reached a settlement offer that has been decided by the US investigators. […]

Boris Johnson Accepts Queen’s Request To Become The New Prime Minister Of UK

An incoming prime minister launched the next chapter of British politics with a courageous promise: “Dude, we’re going to energize the nation, we’re going to get Brexit done.” Boris Johnson has always had a knack to strike a chord, but as he was preparing to meet Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday and formally take the reins […]