Kaspersky looks to launching backup service for social media users
Security firm Kaspersky Lab says that it is looking at launching a real-time backup service for social media users. The service will store the data of the users outside of the social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google+.
The company is now testing how users will react to such a service. It has launched a website, which it calls FFForget, where people can sign up nad provide feedback on the features that they would want.
The service will be launched in 2017.
By: Jeffrey O. Sarpong/233liveworld.com
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