Let’s Talk About Mark Zuckerberg’s Claim that Facebook 'Doesn’t Sell Data'
The Facebook CEO and founder has been repeating the claim that, technically, the site doesn’t sell users’ data during his Congressional hearings.
Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Have AI to Detect Hate Speech In ‘5-10 years’
In Silicon Valley, everything is "5-10 years away," which is the same as saying nothing at all.
Mark Zuckerberg: 'It Was My Mistake' Facebook Compromised Data of 87 Million Users
Facebook is making it harder for third-party apps to obtain certain user data, the company has announced.
Don’t Just Delete Facebook, Poison Your Data First
If you're savvy with code, you can employ a script that repeatedly alters your Facebook posts with nonsense, making it more difficult for the social media site to collect user data.
Facebook Is Being Sued for Discriminatory Ad Targeting
Housing groups say they were able to create ads that discriminated against mothers, the disabled, and minorities.
Firefox’s New Plugin Blocks Facebook from Collecting Users’ Data When They’re Not on the Site
Mozilla, the internet company behind Firefox, has reacted aggressively to the Facebook data scandal, including introduce new user protections and cutting off its advertising on the social media site.
Why I Took Legal Action Against Cambridge Analytica
If I win, I can show the world a voter file with 5,000 data points the company compiled. I can show others where that information came from, how to request the information for yourself, and how to opt-out. If I win, everybody wins.
Mark Zuckerberg Finally Speaks About the Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Four days after it was revealed Cambridge Analytica used the data of 50 million Facebook users to create targeted political ads, Facebook's CEO promises to do better.
The Researcher Who Gave Cambridge Analytica Facebook Data on 50 Million Americans Thought It Was 'Totally Normal'
In an interview with BBC Radio, Dr. Aleksandr “Alex” Kogan said he never got paid to collect the data and was under the impression that “thousands” of other apps were doing the same thing.
Canada Is Pissed Off About Facebook and Cambridge Analytica
The privacy commissioner is investigating, and politicians are calling for regulation.
Using artificial intelligence, researchers have created a tool that crawls privacy policies on popular websites like Facebook, Reddit, and Twitter. But the software’s findings are not as detailed as those done by humans.
Given Facebook’s Privacy Backlash, Why Aren’t We Angrier With the Broadband Industry?
If you're mad about Cambridge Analytica taking data from Facebook you should be absolutely livid about AT&T and Verizon.
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