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Facebook is likely to announce its own video chat device 'Portal' next week

Facebook is said to announce its own video chat device called Portal next week. The company had originally planned to launch it during the F8 developer conference in May this year but, due to the..

Facebook will drop on-site support for political campaigns

Facebook said othat it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The..

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There's Not Much Protecting Your Data Online [Video]There's Not Much Protecting Your Data Online

The General Data Protection Regulation gives Europeans a safeguard online that Americans just don't have.

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Cambridge Analytica Shuts Down — But Key Figures Open New Firm [Video]Cambridge Analytica Shuts Down — But Key Figures Open New Firm

The firm is under investigation in both the United States and Britain.

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Did Facebook Suspend the Account of the Whistleblower Who Exposed Cambridge Analytica? [Video]Did Facebook Suspend the Account of the Whistleblower Who Exposed Cambridge Analytica?

The social media giant suspended Christopher Wylie's account after he went public with accusations that the psychographics firm abused the platform.

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Can Facebook Users Receive $17,500 Each Over a 'Data Breach'? [Video]Can Facebook Users Receive $17,500 Each Over a 'Data Breach'?

Facebook users everywhere are not entitled to collect cash in compensation over the Cambridge Analytica user data controversy.

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Did the Obama Campaign Employ the Same Tactics as Cambridge Analytica? [Video]Did the Obama Campaign Employ the Same Tactics as Cambridge Analytica?

Attempts at "whataboutism" with a scandal involving social media and psychographics fail to acknowledge that Cambridge Analytica obtained data by misleading people.

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Mark Zuckerberg is fascinated with Augustus Caesar [Video]Mark Zuckerberg is fascinated with Augustus Caesar

MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA — It looks as if Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a real big man crush for ancient Roman emperor Augustus Caesar. "You have all these good and bad and complex figures," Zuck..

TomoNews US -   01:21


India keen to be data analysis hub but will not tolerate data misuse: Ravi Shankar Prasad

The government is keen to promote India as a big hub for data analysis but will not tolerate any attempt by companies to misuse data to influence the democratic process, IT and Law Minister Ravi..
DNA Also reported by •IndiaTimes

CBI writes to FB, Cambridge Analytica on data theft case: Sources Also reported by •DNAIndiaTimesSify

CBI seeks details from Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and GSR in alleged data theft probe

The Central Bureau of Investigation has recently written to the Facebook, British political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica and Global Science Research in its probe related to illegal personal..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •DNA

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..
Reuters India

Facebook researcher tied to Cambridge Analytica quits Also reported by •Sify

Many Americans step away from Facebook, claims survey

A large number of Americans are stepping back from Facebook in the wake of recent scandals over the social network's handling of private user data, a study showed. The Pew Research Center report found..

Compromise unavoidable, but take necessary steps: Experts on data theft

Earlier this week, Apple shelved plans to launch Apple Pay, a Unified Payments Interface-based platform in India due to the Reserve Bank of India’s data localization rule. According to the RBI..

United States: SB-1121 Does Not Fix The CA Consumer Privacy Act, But Would Delay Enforcement - BakerHostetler

In response to controversies concerning consumers' personal information, such as the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica controversy, and a California ballot initiative that qualified for the November ballot

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..

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..

'Searching' Review: Twists and turns of digital world deliver a good psychological thriller

*Movie:* Searching *Cast:* John Cho, Debra Messing, Joseph Lee, and Michelle La *Director:* Aneesh Chaganty *Genre: *Thriller *Duration:* 1hr 42min *Story: * 16-years-old Margot..

Tweets cross-posted on Facebook disappeared temporarily after Twitter requested to remove its app

Earlier today all the posts that were cross-posted on Facebook by Twitter users temporarily disappeared before appearing back after some time. Initially many presumed that Facebook was responsible for..
BGR India

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..
BGR India

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