This collection of artworks explores the relationship between data and the real world. Here's a sneak peek.
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France is not happy about the amount of data collection and lack of security in Windows 10 and has given the firm three months to sort it out.
DigitalGlobe will be providing Uber with high-resolution satellite imagery for better data on pick-up locations.
The US government will provide information to an Irish court in a case that questions the legality of transferring Facebook data from Europe to the US.
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What happens when you upload a photo to Facebook? CNET visited the company's first data center, in Oregon, to see the engine that powers the world's largest social network.
In a battle over an email account, a federal appeals court says the government can't use a US warrant to demand data stored outside the United States.
The world's largest social network needs its app to work on all our phones -- not just brand-new, top-of-the-line iPhones and Androids. CNET traveled to the company's Oregon data center to see how it's done.
In a town in rural Oregon, Facebook is expanding its already-massive data center to serve up your ever-growing collection of likes and photos.