A Belgian court today ruled that Facebook should stop tracking Belgian internet users. The social network is no longer allowed to track anyone that uses the internet from Belgium. A Belgian privacy organisation sued Facebook violating the privacy of Belgian internet users.
Microsoft has deleted a page from its website that showed the limitations of Windows 10 on ARM. On the page, the company listed what kind of applications won't be able to run on the emulation layer for Windows 10. The page, titled 'Limitations of apps and experiences on ARM', can still be found in Google's cache.
The developer of MakeMKV has accused Redfox from stealing so-called "hashed keys" that can be used to rip Ultra HD (UHD) Blu-ray movies. His accusation raised eyebrows amongst users on several forums. We asked Redfox to respond to the accusation, which they did.
A consortium consisting of many major technology companies has released Gen-Z Core Specification 1.0 which could become the successor to PCIe. The specification describes a new interconnect standard that should be able to transfer hundreds of gigabytes per second, per component. Gen-Z is open and royalty free.
The administrator of French streaming website Streamiz has to pay €83.6 million ($103 million) in damages. Besides that, he also received a prison sentence of two years. The website was the second most popular illegal streaming website in France and received more than 250,000 daily visitors.