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Facebook deeply committed to people: Mark D'Arcy
"Give responsibility to businesses and individuals and open the platform for as many people as possible removing the barriers," Mark D' Arcy asserted.
Facebook's widening crisis over user data
Authorities in both the U.S. and the U.K. are investigating both Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. Facebook shares have fallen and some users are contemplating deleting their accounts.
Amidst data breach scandal, Facebook revamps privacy tools and settings to give users greater control
The updates include easier access to Facebook's user settings and tools to easily search for, download and delete personal data stored on the site us...
Facebook suspends hundreds of apps over data concerns
Apps put on hold at the social network were being scrutinized more closely, according to Archibong.
China's Huawei says it hasn't collected Facebook user data
Huawei, a company flagged by US intelligence officials as a national security threat, was the latest device maker at the center of a fresh wave of allegations over Facebook's handling of private data.
No eavesdropping! iPhones do not listen to users without their consent, says Apple
Apple also said that iPhones don't allow third-party apps to listen to users without their consent.
Mark Zuckerberg's bad week gets worse with live-streamed mosque shooting
The ultimate blow came on Friday with the massacre of 50 people in New Zealand, live streamed on Facebook.
5 questions for Mark Zuckerberg as he heads to Congress
Facebook is struggling to cope with the worst privacy crisis in its history : allegations that a Trump-affiliated data mining firm may have used ill-gotten user data to try to influence elections.
China successfully launches second generation data relay satellite
The Tianlian II-01 satellite was launched by a Long March-3B carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in southwest China's Sichuan Province Sunday night.
TRAI open to finetuning new cable tariff order
Will address any aberrations but not without adequate data, says chairman Sharma.
Rebellions aren’t in short supply here
Stranger things have happened at Cannes, but matters got rather weird at this edition of the five-day festival.
Zuckerberg bats for Sheryl Sandberg, says she's still critical for Facebook
Zuckerberg also defended his company against the broader wave of flak it has taken this year.
Facebook triggers fresh Washington fury over cryptocurrency project
The scrutiny shows the risks for a corporate titan like Facebook, which already faces deep skepticism in Washington, of moving into a controversial industry like cryptocurrencies.
Facebook’s Libra wanders into the bitcoin bear trap
Facebook has been on a mission over the past year to recapture the trust of its users. Libra certainly demands a lot of faith.
Facebook responds to government notice; data of 5 lakh users compromised
Info of over half a million of Indian users may have been improperly shared with the UK-based firm Cambridge Analytica, Facebook has admitted.
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