SINGAPORE (Oct 15): “I think [the] Fed has gone crazy.” — US President Donald Trump, commenting on the US Federal Reserve’s decision to continue with rate hikes, causing US markets to fall

Google+ gone after glitch

Google is shutting down its social network Google+, as part of a series of data privacy measures that includes restricting app developers’ access to user information on its Android and Gmail platforms. These initiatives were announced as The Wall Street Journal reported that Google+ had a software glitch that potentially exposed profile data to third-party app developers since 2015. The glitch was fixed in March this year, but Google reportedly decided not to disclose it to users to avoid attracting regulatory repercussions. CEO Sundar Pichai was reportedly briefed on the plan not to notify users. 

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