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Facebook users are mad as hell over the Cambridge Analytica scandal (FB)

facebook users are mad as hell over the cambridge analytica scandal (fb)
· *Facebook users were angry after the enormous data breach and trust in the company has plummeted.* · *Many have exacted revenge by deleting their account, and a study of 3,000 users in the US..
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Cambridge Analytica scandal may have affected much more than the 87 million users claimed by Facebook

Ahead of CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony to the US Congress, Facebook revealed that the number of users affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal is 87 million. The number was more than the 50..
BGR India

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News video: Facebook Spent $3 Million On European Lobbying

Facebook Spent $3 Million On European Lobbying 00:42

Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Filings show Facebook shelled out a record amount on its European lobbying operations in 2017, doubling spend to $3 billion. The company faced multiple crises..
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News video: The Bull Case For Facebook

The Bull Case For Facebook 01:48

Facebook shares have been in freefall since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, but Mark Mahaney, Managing Director at RBC Capital, says this is just a "PR issue, not a fundamental issue" and now is..
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News video: Cambridge Analytica Scandal Goes Much Further Than Public Knows

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Cambridge Analytica Scandal Goes Much Further Than Public Knows
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News video: Facebook Announces New Tool to Combat Fake News in Irish Abortion Referendum

Facebook Announces New Tool to Combat Fake News in Irish Abortion Referendum 00:32

Facebook announced plans on April 17 to introduce a new advert transparency tool to combat fake advertisements on the platform ahead of Ireland’s upcoming abortion referendum, according to a..
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News video: Ad-free Facebook Could Come At A High Price

Ad-free Facebook Could Come At A High Price 00:42

We’re willing to pay $8 per month for Hulu, $10 a month for Spotify Premium, and $11 per month for Netflix to consume media, but how much would you be willing to pay to stay in touch with friends in..
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Facebook revises privacy policy for EU users

Continuing with its efforts to protect users’ privacy after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook on Wednesday introduced new privacy updates for its users in Europe as part of the EU’s General..
BGR India Also reported by •Sify

EU Justice Commissioner held 'constructive' talks with Facebook's Sandberg

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova said she had a "constructive and open discussion" with Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg about the Cambridge..
Reuters India

There is no significant increase in Facebook users deactivating their account, says Mark Zuckerberg

The Cambridge Analytica scandal in which personal data of over 87 million Facebook users, including 500,000 Indians, was compromised, has not hit the social media platform in a significant way in terms..

Instagram to soon let you download your data

Amid the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, Instagram is now taking steps to allow users to have some control on their data. Up till now Instagram lacked data portability, however, the portal is..
BGR India

Facebook committed to ensure integrity of elections in India, other countries: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook is committed to ensure integrity of key elections across the world, including in India, its founder Mark Zuckerberg said as he testified before the US Congress over the massive Cambridge..
BGR India

Mark Zuckerberg testifies in US Congress on Cambridge Analytica scandal - highlights

Zuckerberg, making his first formal appearance at a Congressional hearing, will seek to allay widespread fears ignited by the leaking of private data on tens of millions of users to a British firm..

Mark Zuckerberg grilled by US Senate members, remains non-committal on regulating Facebook

Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday navigated through the first of two U.S. congressional hearings without making any further promises to support new legislation or change how the..

Facebook to notify users if their data was scraped in Cambridge Analytica scandal

The 87 million users who might have had their data shared with Cambridge Analytica were supposed to get a detailed message on their news feeds starting on Monday. Facebook says more than 70 million of..

Yes, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will wear a suit for US Congress testimony on Cambridge Analytica scandal

Though best known for his "uniform" of jeans, sneakers and a fitted gray T-shirt - adding a hoodie if the weather demands - the Facebook CEO will don a suit and tie when he testifies before..

Sorry for not doing enough: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has apologised to the US Congress and accepts responsibility over the Cambridge Analytica scandal for “not doing enough” to protect its users’ personal data being..
BGR India

Sorry for not doing enough: Zuckerberg testimony to Congress

Mark Zuckerberg has apologised to the US Congress and taken personal responsibility for the Cambridge Analytica scandal for "not doing enough" to protect Facebooks 87 million users private data from..
Deccan Herald

Want to lead a de-stressed life? Quit Facebook, reveals new study

A group of researchers at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, has found out that quitting Facebook makes the user de-stressed. The finding comes days after the Cambridge Analytica..

For total privacy, Facebook users would have to pay for it: COO Sheryl Sandberg

Facebook, the social media giant, is going through rough days after the Cambridge Analytica scandal came into light, where the data of 87 million Facebook users was compromised. Following the data..
BGR India

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before Congress on April 11

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg will testify before a US congressional committee on April 11 following the Cambridge Analytica scandal over alleged misuse of users’ personal data, the House..
BGR India

Made a huge mistake but give me another chance: Mark Zuckerberg on leading Facebook

Embroiled in a massive data breach following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook had said data on about 87 million people mostly in the US may have been improperly shared with London-based..
Zee News

Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal hits 87 million users

Personal information of about 87 million users, mostly in the US, may have been improperly shared with the UK-based political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, Facebook has said as it announced a..
BGR India

Data of up to 87 mln users harvested: Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today admitted making a "huge mistake" as personal data of up to 87 million users may have been improperly shared with British political consulting firm Cambridge..
Deccan Herald

Australia: Opinion: What does the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal mean for Australian businesses? - Holding Redlich

Article discusses how the Cambridge Analytica scandal brings to the forefront the social licence issue.

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