White House commends Facebook and Microsoft, YouTube TV app still coming to Roku, Apple TV
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The White House has commended Facebook, Microsoft, and others for helping shut down North Korea hacking efforts during the last week.
Microsoft was able to trace the attacks and send analytics to the government while Facebook took down accounts that propagated cyber attack.
YouTube TV finds itself in a busy streaming space competing with Hulu, PlayStation Vue and DirectTV now.
And finally, Facebook will now alert you if a user post a photo of you without tagging you.
However, users have the option to easily turn the feature of.
The company is hoping the new feature let its users better manage their identity on a massive social network.
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