Facebook ceo Zuckerberg admits to mistakes in light of privacy scandal involving data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica
Thursday, 22 March 2018 Breaking more than four days of silence, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted mistakes and outlined steps to protect user data in light of a privacy scandal involving data-mining firm, Cambridge Analytica.
Mar.22 -- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the crisis over political-advertising firm Cambridge Analytica's access to user data on the social network, outlining concrete steps the company is taking to make sure such a leak doesn’t happen again. Bloomberg's Stephanie Bodoni reports...
Continuing with its efforts to protect users’ privacy after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook on Wednesday introduced new privacy updates for its users... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •France 24 •Deutsche Welle •Mashable •Sify •Reuters India
The academic behind the app that allowed consulting firm Cambridge Analytica to farm the data of some 87 million Facebook users said today he was being... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •Deutsche Welle •Reuters India
If you logged into Facebook recently and were welcomed by an unusual notification that redirected you to take a look at your ‘privacy’ setting. Worry not,... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •Mashable
According to Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie former Trump campaign strategist Steve Bannon asked the embattled data firm to study voter suppression strategies and to test messaging.. Source: Wochit -
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that he regrets not trying to have a bigger impact on "the way that mobile platforms developed" in the last decade. Because Facebook was a small company when iOS and.. Source: Wochit -
Click here to view original GIF In its latest display of public penitence in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook released a new ad today acknowledging past fuckups while promising to.. Source: Wochit -
The social media network saw growth in revenue, ad revenue and daily active users, all of which seemed to indicate that the company came out of the Cambridge Analytica scandal unscathed. "The numbers.. Source: GOBankingRates -
Facebook Revenues Grows After #DeleteFacebook Movement The social media site seems to be surviving the market Both the site’s monthly and daily active users saw 13 percent increases with 2.2 billion.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook is launching one of its biggest-ever advertising campaigns. The social network is promising to crack down on fake news, clickbait, and other.. Source: Wochit Tech -