Samsung has debuted its latest Galaxy S23 line of smartphones, complete with the S23 Ultra and its 200-megapixel camera sensor.
Another ugly quarter for the struggling Snapchat.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. healthcare firm GoodRx Holdings has agreed to pay $1.5 million to settle allegations that it failed to notify customers that it shared personal health information with Alphabet's Google, Meta's Facebook and others, the Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday. Under the terms of the settlement, GoodRx will be barred from sharing user health data with other companies to use for advertising. "Digital health companies and mobile apps should not cash in on consumer’s extremely sensitive and personally identifiable health information," said Samuel Levine, director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection, in a statement.