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Stratfor has launched its Enterprise API which provides access to the company’s complete repository of global geopolitical content. Content that can be access with the API includes statistics and coordinates for global events, country threat indices, and actionable geopolitical forecasts.
DMG has launched an API platform to help combat money laundering and fraud in Bitcoin transactions. The Bitscore Risk API provides a Bitscore that offers a measure of "tainted" currency that flows through transactions on a given network. The Bitscore helps quantify risk on a network.
According to a recent commit to the main repository of the Android Open Source Project, Google is preparing to prevent apps from monitoring network activity in the background. The new commit will restrict app access to /proc/net, which contains kernel output related to network activity.
Revelations that the now-defunct Cambridge Analytica collected data from as many as 87 million Facebook users’ focused congressional and public scrutiny on two main issues: privacy and competition. Most Americans seems to agree that we need progress on both fronts.
This week, Google announced a new top-level domain for mobile apps needing a home on the web: .app. Google sees many benefits for apps owning some space on the web, and its main selling point for the .app TLD is the built-in security requirements to communicate with an .app website.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in under Security, Electronic Signature, Data Mining, Weather and other categories. Highlights include the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph API and an API for API-first CMS Comfortable.io. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
As a global leader in cybersecurity, the irony of RSA's history of cyber incidents at conferences is lost on no one. Last week, at its annual RSAC, the company endured another security breach. Conference app user names were improperly accessed, calling all the cybersecurity industry into question.
In the wake of a scandal that has led to the biggest backlash it has ever faced, Facebook has announced API and platform product changes that will have far-reaching consequences for developers. The changes include the need for developers to submit their apps to Facebook for review.
To all of you — including the US Congress — that want Mark Zuckerberg's head over the personal data that was gleaned from Facebook and used for profit by Cambridge Analytica, you have got the wrong guy. If you’re quitting Facebook, you might be doing it for the wrong reasons.