UK Parliament denounces Facebook as ‘digital gangsters’, calls for regulation
At this point, the real news is which country’s Parliament isn’t denouncing Facebook. But nevertheless, Facebook got another drubbing on Monday morning by the UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport s...
WhatsApp founder leaves Facebook due to privacy, encryption stance
WhatsApp founder Jan Koum is leaving the company over disagreements with Facebook about privacy and encryption. WhatsApp was purchased by Facebook in 2014 for $19 billion and has been key to the firm’s messaging ambitions, t...
Here’s how you can check if your Facebook data was compromised during Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Recently Facebook’s privacy was compromised when the company allowed sharing of user data with a data mining firm. According to the recent reports as many as 87 million user accounts were affected by this leak. Facebook now ...
The FTC launches an investigation into Facebook’s Privacy Scandal.
Facebook is under investigation by the US’s Federal Trade Commision over whether the firm’s privacy practices violated a 2011 consent decree as regards the Cambridge Analytica scandal. “The FTC takes very seriously...
Facebook will limit developer access to user data in wake of Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has finally made his official response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, outlining some steps the firm was taking to fix the problems. Zuckerberg said the following via a Facebook post earlier ...