Social Media Banned After Terrorist Attack
According to CNN.com, Mark Zuckerberg has been given a warning, "to get his [Facebook] in order." Internet services were shut down in Sri Lanka after a terrorist attack occurred on..
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Facebook Gets $50 Fine From Russia For Breaking Data Law
A Moscow courtroom ruled that Facebook violated a local data law. The law requires service provides to store Russian users’ data on servers physically located within Russian borders. According to..
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Facebook In Numbers
With almost a billion users worldwide, Facebook for many has become the primary way we interact with each other. Let's find out more about the social media giant with Facebook In Numbers.
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Facebook Soars To 7-Month High
Facebook has spent recent weeks wrestling with existential questions. Not that investors seem too worried. CEO Mark Zuckerberg has published two seismic blogs on his company's future. In the first, he..
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Facebook Is Appealing Tiny Fine Over Cambridge Analytica
According to Business Insider, "The UK's data watchdog is calling on Mark Zuckerberg to honour his commitment to data privacy, as expressed in his recent op-ed on regulation.
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Inverted Yield Curve Happened Because of What? ICYMI
Stock investors should take note: The cause of the U.S. 3-month and 10-year yield inversion wasn't completely low inflation expectations. Inverted Yield Curve "With both German and Japanese 10-year..
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Jim Cramer on Why He Liked Mark Zuckerberg's Op-Ed
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, in an opinion piece posted in the Washington Post over the weekend, suggested more regulation would be a way to improve the internet. "I believe we need a more active..
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Twitter To Label Rule-Breaking Tweets For Public Figures
According to Business Insider Twitter says it is working on labeling tweets from public figures that violate its rules. Twitter sometimes leaves up tweets from public figures, such as US President..
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