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Mark Zuckerberg: Key investors want Facebook Chairman to step down

The recent privacy and security woes, as well as the calls for greater regulation of Facebook in light of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, have led to an embarrassing situation for Facebook Chairman..
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Facebook to be fined $1.63 billion by European privacy regulators over data breach: Report

Facebook might get fined for $1.63 billion by European privacy regulators over latest data breach. The social networking giant on Friday admitted that hackers broke into nearly 50 million users’..
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Facebook Banning Misinformation About Voting [Video]Facebook Banning Misinformation About Voting  01:03

Facebook Banning Misinformation About Voting The social giant has vowed to prevent the spreading of “fake news” ahead of midterm elections. Facebook will not be removing accurate posts regarding..

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30 Million Facebook Accounts Hacked [Video]30 Million Facebook Accounts Hacked  00:38

On Friday Facebook announced that 30 million users were affected by a massive hack it first disclosed two weeks ago. The reaction has been extremely negative across the internet. People are pointing to..

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Facebook Announces New Gadget [Video]Facebook Announces New Gadget  00:37

Facebook has launched its video-chat and smart speaker device. They're calling it the Portal. The device was introduced on Monday. Business Insider reports reactions to the device have been largely..

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Facebook's New Gadget -- Trustworthy? [Video]Facebook's New Gadget -- Trustworthy?  00:37

On Monday Facebook launched its video-chat and smart speaker device, Portal, and reactions have been largely skeptical. Business Insider reports Portal comes standard with a built-in microphone and..

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Wants New Privacy Regulations [Video]Apple CEO Tim Cook Wants New Privacy Regulations  00:34

Apple CEO Tim Cook is calling for new privacy regulations, be he has acknowledged that getting Congress up to speed on the issue is "a challenge." Business Insider reports that Cook touted Apple's..

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We'll Make It Right This Time: How Advertisers Are Handling Facebook's Latest Breach [Video]We'll Make It Right This Time: How Advertisers Are Handling Facebook's Latest Breach  00:40

It seems Facebook just cannot catch a break. First, the Russians meddled in the 2016 elections. Then, the Cambridge Analytica scandal blew up. And on Friday, the company said a cyber attack impacted..

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50m FB accounts hacked: Find out if yours too was

In what has come as a shocking breach of user data, it was revealed yesterday that as many as 50 million Facebook accounts were hacked. It’s a big blow to the social media network giant’s..
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Hackers broke into 50 mn users accounts, says Facebook

In the biggest-ever security breach after Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook on Friday admitted hackers broke into nearly 50 million users' accounts by stealing their "access tokens" or digital..
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EU plans fines over misuse of voter data to sway polls

The EU executive will propose new fines for misusing voters' data to sway elections on Wednesday, as it seeks to guard against a repeat of the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal, especially in an EU..
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Twitter might soon help you decide who you should unfollow

If you feel the list of people you follow is exploding, Twitter will now help you ease out the burden by suggesting users you can unfollow. The platform is testing a new feature which suggests..
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Twitter will now label issue ads ahead of US elections

In a bid to ensure better transparency for ads on Twitter, the company has announced new guidelines on how ads will be shown on the platform. With the launch of the new US-specific Issue Ads Policy..
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Facebook bans another app under suspicion of misusing data from 4 million users

Facebook’s security woes seem far from over as the company again wrote in its blog that another app misused user user data. Following the revelation of the Cambridge Analytica scandal where tens of..
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Facebook blocks thousands of apps from accessing user data

In its latest efforts at combating privacy abuse of its users, Facebook announced that it has cut off API access for hundreds of thousands of inactive apps. These apps have not submitted for Facebook's..
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Facebook adds more human moderators to keep your posts in check

In its latest blog post, Facebook revealed that it has added more human moderators to review content for hate speech. Facebook is doubling the team size to 7,500 content reviewers to scan the..
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CBI to probe whether Cambridge Analytica obtained data of Indians illegally: Report

Facebook revealed details of Cambridge Analytica scandal early this year. The company confirmed that the UK-based big data firm scraped user data without consent and it affected 87 million users. It..
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'Facebook taking steps to block fake accounts, monitor abuse'

Social media giant Facebook has said that it has initiated a series of measures, including blocking fake accounts to combat fake news, proactively monitor abuse and increase advertisement transparency..
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Facebook faces record UK fine for data misuse

Social networking giant Facebook faces a fine of 500,000 pounds ($662,954) over the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
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This is the main reason why 'blocked' Facebook contacts were able to message you!

If you were wondering why your ex was able to message you on Facebook even after you blocked him or her, blame a bug for that mess up. Facebook revealed that a privacy bug, impacting 800,000 users,..
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United States wants to know if Facebook shared everything about Cambridge Analytica as FBI, SEC, and DOJ join the probe

It looks like the Cambridge Analytica scandal is here to stay as federal investigators have expanded the investigation to include Facebook itself in their effort to examine the relationship between the..
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Facebook bug unblocks unwanted connections for a bit

Facebook said it is notifying more than 800,000 users that a software bug temporarily unblocked people at the social network and its Messenger service. The glitch active between May 29 and June 5 has..
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French prosecutor: 40 terrorism convicts to be released soon

french prosecutor: 40 terrorism convicts to be released soon
France's anti-terrorism prosecutor says about 40 convicted terrorists are due to be released from French prisons this year and next, calling the entry back into society of the unrepentant ones a 'major..
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Once in race for White House, Hillary Clinton now wants to be Facebook CEO

Facebook is working to win back its users' trust following a series of recent controversies, including the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
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Facebook accused of spying on users’ data

Already under fire for misuse of users’ data after the Cambridge Analytica scandal came to light, a new filing in a California lawsuit now alleges that Facebook collected information on users and..
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'I'm sorry', Facebook boss tells European lawmakers

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg apologised to the European Parliament on Tuesday and said the social media giant is taking steps to prevent a repeat of a massive breach of users' personal..
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