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7 digital privacy tools you need to be using now

7 digital privacy tools you need to be using now
This was once now not a just right yr to your knowledge. If truth be told, like the former yr, it noticed one of the most maximum egregious breaches of our knowledge in historical past. Through some..
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Facebook's latest privacy scandal: The private photos of millions of users were accidentally shared with 1,500 apps (FB)

facebook's latest privacy scandal: the private photos of millions of users were accidentally shared with 1,500 apps (fb)
· Facebook found a bug that gave 1,500 third-party apps access to the unposted Facebook photos of 6.8 million users. · Unposted Facebook photos affected include pictures uploaded to Facebook..
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Facebook Opens Up About Bug That Exposed Users Photos [Video]Facebook Opens Up About Bug That Exposed Users Photos  00:55

Facebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission. The company said a bug recently allowed third-party app developers to..

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The Biggest News Stories of 2018 [Video]The Biggest News Stories of 2018  01:00

Many newsworthy events took place in 2018. Here are some of 2018's biggest news stories.

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Funds flee Facebook [Video]Funds flee Facebook  00:56

More than 90 U.S. mutual funds have completely sold their positions in the social media company so far this year, according to Lipper data. Fred Katayama reports.

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Documents Suggest Facebook Leveraged Users' Data [Video]Documents Suggest Facebook Leveraged Users' Data  01:06

The documents were released by a company suing Facebook for restricting its access to user data.

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Facebook gave preferential data access to certain companies [Video]Facebook gave preferential data access to certain companies  01:27

Facebook gave some companies, including Netflix and Airbnb, preferential access to user data in 2015 as it limited services for most others, according to company emails and presentations released by a..

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Tell Me Who You Wear And I'll Tell You How You Vote [Video]Tell Me Who You Wear And I'll Tell You How You Vote  01:01

Having previously worked toward a PhD in fashion trend forecasting, whistleblower Christopher Wylie knows that someone's choice of clothing is one of the best ways to unpick their identity. That's what..

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Facebook hosted a pop-up event in New York City for 1 day only to teach people about privacy. Here's what it was like to visit (FB)

facebook hosted a pop-up event in new york city for 1 day only to teach people about privacy. here's what it was like to visit (fb)
· Facebook hosted a pop-up in New York City's Bryant Park for one day only on December 13.  · The pop-up aimed to educate users on how to manage their privacy settings and change what sort of..
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Facebook’s New York privacy pop-up was small, weird, and filled with sugar

facebook’s new york privacy pop-up was small, weird, and filled with sugar
Facebook’s track record with privacy this year has been catastrophic. In March, the company announced that it had suspended political analytics company Cambridge Analytica for collecting and sharing..
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Mark Zuckerberg backed decision to share Facebook customer data with outside developers: Report

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg could have prevented the Cambridge Analytica scandal and all subsequent matters that have led to users doubting the privacy and security of their data, had he not signed..
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FB data: Brands you pick can tell how you'll vote

Fashion profiling played a bigger role in the 2016 American presidential election than anyone realised, according to new information from Christopher Wylie, the Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower.
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Facebook contemplated charging for access to user data: Report

Facebook's miseries post Cambridge Analytica scandal are only mounting. In a latest revelation, the social networking giant allegedly contemplated charging
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg slammed by international lawmakers for not showing up at hearing

The ongoing troubles of Facebook aren’t unknown to anyone. Ever since the Cambridge Analytica fiasco surfaced earlier this year, the social media company has been facing fire from privacy watchdogs..
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UK Parliament may soon release documents about Facebook’s knowledge of Russian meddling on the platform: Report

There seems to be no end in sight to Facebook’s woes. Ever since the notorious Cambridge Analytica scandal surfaced earlier this year, the social media company’s public image and credibility have..
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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg continues to draw flak as social media giant’s woes worsen

To say that things have been going bad for Facebook would probably be a major understatement. The year 2018 has been quite disastrous for the social media major, having begun with the notorious..
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UK Parliament uses rare power to seize Facebook documents, which could shed light on Zuckerberg’s knowledge about Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook’s problems related to privacy practice are far from over. The US social media giant has come under the scanner of governments around the world since the Cambridge Analytica scandal came to..
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Investors want Facebook CEO Zuckerberg to quit

The report said Facebook used a Republican public relations firm, Definers Public Affairs, to help repair its battered reputation following intense criticism of the social media platform's handling of..
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Mark Zuckerberg took Tim Cook's criticism so personally, he barred employees from using iPhones

Apple CEO Tim Cook would probably be more cautious when he says anything against Facebook. Following the CEO's remark on Facebook and its handling of user privacy, Mark Zuckerberg reportedly ordered..
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Security challenge

There is some tough business cropping up for start-ups. As the proposed Personal Data Protection Bill 2018 looms, these new-age firms have to work their way up in ensuring pricey data of all sorts is..
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Facebook referred to EU watchdog over targeting, fake ads

Britain's information watchdog has asked Facebook's lead European regulator to investigate how the company targets, monitors and shows adverts to users, saying it was concerned about some practices at..
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Gemalto Updates H1 2018 Breach Level Index Report

*Gemalto* profusely regrets on its Breach Level Index Report 2018 and the subsequent press release issued in India on 15th October where it has by mistake taken into account an unverified news article..
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UK watchdog fines Facebook $644,000 over users' data breach

Britain's Information Commissioner has slapped Facebook with a fine of 500,000 pounds (USD 644,000) 'the maximum possible' for its behavior in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
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UK regulator upholds Facebook fine in Cambridge Analytica row

Britain's information regulator on Thursday upheld a small but symbolic 500,000 pound ($645,000) fine for Facebook for breaches of data protection law related to the harvesting of data by consultancy..
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Facebook's Ad Archive tool makes it easier to know about political spenders: Here's how

Facebook has made its Ad Archive feature a little more comprehensive to help citizens understand which political party is spending more on ads on the social network. The Ad Archive feature was..
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Japan to tell Facebook to improve data protection - Kyodo

The Japanese government is set to tell Facebook Inc to better protect its users' personal data after a leak involving British firm Cambridge Analytica that affected 87 million users globally, Kyodo..
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