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Facebook privacy lawsuit to proceed, court calls its views on privacy 'so wrong'
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Facebook privacy lawsuit to proceed, court calls its views on privacy 'so wrong'

Facebook argued that users suffered no "tangible" harm during the scandal.

Despite Cambridge Analytica and upcoming elections, the govt is still sitting on critical data protection legislation
India

Despite Cambridge Analytica and upcoming elections, the govt is still sitting on critical data protection legislation

With elections less than a month away, fake news and reaching out to voters based on some kind of profiling is a possibility in India

Cambridge Analytica data scandal: Timeline of year gone by shows Facebook has a lot to do
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Cambridge Analytica data scandal: Timeline of year gone by shows Facebook has a lot to do

Here's a timeline of events since Cambridge Analytica scandal was first revealed in March 2018.

Facebook is testing a Messenger feature that will identify malicious accounts
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Facebook is testing a Messenger feature that will identify malicious accounts

The Facebook Messenger feature will provide additional information about DMs from unknown contacts.

Australia ends Facebook's controversial 'revenge porn' trial which asked users to send 'nude photos'
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Australia ends Facebook's controversial 'revenge porn' trial which asked users to send 'nude photos'

Facebook's trial to battle against 'revenge porn' by asking users to send 'nude photographs' got rejected by Australia over privacy issues.

Facebook F8 2018: Mark Zuckerberg rolls out a 'Clear History' feature to help you delete your browsing history data
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Facebook F8 2018: Mark Zuckerberg rolls out a 'Clear History' feature to help you delete your browsing history data

Zuckerberg compared the new tool to the option of clearing cookies in a browser, which he said can make parts of the user experience worse as users may have to reconfigure things.