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The UK Parliament is determined to get to the bottom of Facebook's data privacy practices, whether or not Mark Zuckerberg is willing to testify. Digital Culture, Media and Sport committee (DCMS)... chairman Damian Collins used an uncommon process to fo...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said last week he didn't know about the PR campaign until The New York Times investigation.
Zuckerberg also told CNN that he has no plans to leave his chairman job, and he said some journalists who cover Facebook have a "different world view."
Mark Zuckerberg is feeling the heat. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal , Facebook’s founder and CEO believes his company is currently at "war." The comment came from Mark Zuckerberg... this past June in a meeting with a few dozen of Facebook’s top executives amid the fallout from the Cambridge Analytica scandal. In this same June meeting, Zuckerberg told executives that he was going to be taking a more active role in Facebook’s day-to-day operations. With the social media platform fighting on multiple fronts — between Congress, the press, and even his own executives — Zuckerberg clearly felt he needed to take a more active role.
Company says millions of images removed in a few months with help of machine learning tool Facebook has said its moderators have removed 8.7m child abuse images in the past three months, as the... company battles pressure from regulators and lawmakers worldwide to speed up removal of illicit material. It said on Wednesday that previously undisclosed software automatically flags images that contain both nudity and a child, helping its reviewers. A similar machine learning tool was also revealed that it said caught users engaged in "grooming" of minors for sexual exploitation.
A group of advertisers suing social-media giant Facebook in California over bungled video metrics now alleges in court filings that the platform failed to disclose data errors in a manner that could... "[rise] to the level of fraud and may warrant punitive damages," according to Ars Technica.
Security breach exposed personal information for 29 million users.
Cyber attackers stole data from 29 million Facebook accounts using an automated program that moved from one friend to the next, Facebook Inc announced on Friday, as the social media company said its... largest-ever data theft hit fewer than the 50 million profiles it initially reported.
Facebook paid £15.7m in tax in 2017, up from £5.1m in the previous year.
Ireland's data regulator launched a probe over a recent, massive data breach
Facebook Inc said on Friday that hackers stole digital login codes allowing them to take over nearly 50 million user accounts in its worst security breach ever given the unprecedented level of... potential access, adding to what has been a difficult year for the company's reputation.
The social networking giant confirmed Friday that sites you use Facebook to login to could have been accessed as a result of its massive breach.
Earlier today, Facebook announced to the public that a series of vulnerabilities had allowed hackers access to an estimated 50 million user profiles. The company now faces its first class-action... lawsuit over its apparent inability to protect this data, likely the first of many such suits to come if the legal fallout...
You didn't forget that Facebook owns Instagram, did you? That little fact is extra germane today following the news that at least 50 million Facebook users, and possibly 90 million, had their accounts... accessed by hackers. And, it turns out, those users' Instagram accounts could have been compromised, too. SEE ALSO: Facebook: 50 million accounts 'directly affected' by hack Here's the key detail: You can log into your Instagram account with your Facebook account. And, if you used your affected Facebook account to log into your Instagram account, hackers would have been able to access that account as well.
The order is meant to investigate suspected "online platform bias"
The New Yorker today published broad profile on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The profile dives into Zuckerberg’s love of board games and winning, his role making crucial decision at the helm of... Facebook, and more. For Apple specifically, the profile notes how Apple’s decisions can influence Facebook’s. more…
Facebook said on Thursday it will invest more than $1 billion to build its first data centre in Asia in Singapore, slated to open in 2022.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will look into a "growing concern" that major social-media and Internet companies have stifled certain viewpoints, the Justice Department announced Wednesday. Sessions... will huddle with state attorneys general later this month "to discuss a growing concern that these companies may be hurting competition and intentionally stifling the free exchange of ideas...
At Facebook, some employees have joined an online group to complain about what they say are the company’s left-leaning politics, reports the New York Times. It’s named FB'ers for Political... Diversity, and was created by Brian Amerige, a senior engineer at the social media giant. SEE ALSO: Milo Yiannopoulos' Facebook rant shows that de-platforming actually works Amerige wrote a post called "We Have a Problem With Political Diversity" on Facebook's internal message board, which was shared with the Times. "We are a political monoculture that’s intolerant of different views," reads the post. "We claim to welcome all perspectives, but are quick to attack — often in mobs — anyone who presents a view that appears to be in opposition to left-leaning ideology."
A New York man charged with trying to defraud Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg is fighting extradition from Ecuador where he was arrested after fleeing before his trial in the United States more... than three years ago.
Paul Ceglia, the wannabe Facebook owner who tried to scam his way into half-ownership the company, was arrested Thursday in South America.
The social media giant is denying a report it wants U.S. banks to offer more financial data to help expand customer service options to its users.
A warning that profits growth will slow sends Facebook shares sliding 20% at the start of Wall Street trading.
Facebook co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg took a major hit, too. He lost $16.8 billion in extended trading.
After a rough week of criticism over Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's shoddy explanation for why he won't ban conspiracy site Infowars--including a very awkward tangent into apparently believing... Holocaust deniers are not "intentionally getting it wrong"--the social media giant has announced it will begin removing...