Facebook suspends apps over data misuse, rate your Uber driver mid-trip
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Facebook has suspended around 200 apps as part of its investigation into where its companies misuse personal data gathered from the social network.
The company is evaluated thousands of apps during the audit and will do more research on those that it has singled out.
A dozen Google employees have left in response to the company's involvement In the military program called Project Maven, which helps analyze drone footage faster and more efficiently.
This is after 3,100 employees signed a petition last month protesting the contracted work.
And finally, riders can now rate their Uber drivers mid-trip.
It's designed to provide passengers a convenience, as well as reward drivers that provide outstanding service.
Though Uber is quiet on what those perks might be.
Uber also recently updated its driver app using feedback from its employees.
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