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Facebook's hidden data haul troubles German cartel regulator
Andreas Mundt, is awaiting Facebook's response to his findings, that it abuses its market dominance by gathering data on people without consent.
Can Mark Zuckerberg's media blitz take the pressure off Facebook?
Zuckerberg has embarked on a rare media mini-blitz in an attempt to take some of the public and political pressure off the social network.
Data Breach: Government combs through Facebook, Cambridge Analytica's responses
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has since been summoned for co...
Mark Zuckerberg, the man who rose to wealth and fame but now faces the wrath of users
He has lost control of his creation and been naive about the unintended consequences.
European Union introduces tough new data protection rules: Key elements
General Data Protection Regulation, which takes effect on May 25, will simplify rules by replacing the current patchwork of national laws and creating a Europe-wide regulator to enforce them.
Facebook to send data-use notices to all affected by Cambridge Analytica breach
Users will get a link to see what apps they use and what information they share. If they want, they can shut off apps individually or turn off third-party access to their apps.
Elections in India, Brazil and EU real tests for Facebook: Zuckerberg
The US-based firm has been mired by controversies around data leaks of about 87 million users globally and fake news being circulated through its platform.
View: Why Zuckerberg is winning the Facebook hearings
Facebook will keep failing users' trust as long as its business is based on unrestrained hoovering of as much user data as possible, and crafting innovative ways for advertisers.
Facebook delays unveil of smart home-speaker amidst data breach scandal
At the moment, people are outraged about the social network's data-privacy practices.
Mark Zuckerberg claims, despite data leaks, not too many people have un-friended Facebook!
Zuckerberg acknowledged this during a Congressional hearing.
Facebook's data breach scandal is making headlines and this psychologist is at the centre of it all
Aleksanddr Kogan has been thrown into the center of a scandal.
BSE launches market data on Google Assistant
The service, available in English, will be extended to regional languages in the near future.
Facebook allows users to see all apps, websites they have logged in through their site
The platform allows its users to see all the apps and websites they have logged in using Facebook and offers the option to revoke permission if desired.
Can Facebook restore public trust after privacy scandal?
While Facebook let slip data profiles on millions of people, "it's much more than that," says James Grimmelmann, a professor at Cornell Law School.
All about India's data localisation policy
RBI's directive for data localisation has now snowballed into one relating to free trade.
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