A hot new tech company called Cameo is the only Chicago firm to make LinkedIn’s 2019 “Top Startups” list, and they’re hiring. Cameo allows consumers to pay celebrities to give shoutouts to friends and family. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
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Celebrity Shoutout App Cameo Makes LinkedIn List Of Top StartupsA hot new tech company called Cameo is the only Chicago firm to make LinkedIn’s 2019 “Top Startups” list, and they’re hiring. Cameo allows consumers to pay celebrities to give shoutouts to friends and family. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
Brett Favre And Other Celebrities Tricked By Hate GroupFavre, comedian Andy Dick and rapper Soulja Boy made messages on the site Cameo, reading seemingly benign words and phrases that turned out to be coded hate messages.
What's Next For Facebook After $120 Billion Stock Market Loss?Investors are watching Facebook stock very closely, after the social media giant suffered the largest one-day loss of any publicly-traded company in Wall Street history. Facebook's stock market plunge erased around $120 billion of the company's value. CBS 2's Bianna Golodryga reports.
Former Cambridge Analytica Employee Says 'There Were More' Apps That Collected User DataA former official at Cambridge Analytica is sharing what she considers some of the data firm's questionable practices. Brittany Kaiser worked at the British-based company from 2014 until this January before the company shut down.
Facebook: Send Us Your Naked Photos To Stop Revenge PornFacebook is expanding its fight against revenge porn with a pilot program that asks users to send their naked photos so Facebook can block the photos before someone else shares them.
Zuckerberg To Testify On Capitol Hill AgainFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is back on Capitol Hill today for a second day of testimony. Yesterday he apologized for failing to protect the privacy of millions of users. CBS 2's John Schiumo reports.
Zuckerberg To Testify On Capitol Hill About Facebook Data ScandalFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be updating his status from Capitol Hill. He's expected to apologize once again for the social media site's mishandling of users' personal data when he testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee. CBS 2's John Schiumo reports.
British Parliament Wants Facebook CEO To Testify About Data HarvestingThe whistleblower who exposed the Facebook data harvesting scandal testified before British lawmakers Tuesday. He said it's "categorically untrue" consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica never used Facebook data. Parliament now wants to hear from Facebook's founder. CBS 2's Teri Okita reports.
Facebook Officials Meet With Congressional Staff Amid Data Harvesting FalloutFacebook officials are headed to Capitol Hill this morning to meet with Congressional staffers amid privacy concerns over user data. This as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for mistakes. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.
Zuckerberg Apologizes For Facebook Data ScandalFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is speaking out for the first time since a political data firm accessed information from more than 50 million Facebook users. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.
New Show 'Hunted': Smart Phones, Computers Can Give You AwayCBS 2's Erin Kennedy talks with experts about how hard it is to disappear in the modern age.
Back-To-School Tech GadgetsCBS2's Marissa Bailey reports.
Top Gadget Gifts For Tech LoversSuzanne Kantra from the Consumer Technology Association shares some of the top gift requests for the holiday season.