Latest News on Facebook Cambridge Analytica Row
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Sep 10, 2019
Facebook privacy lawsuit to proceed, court calls its views on privacy 'so wrong'Facebook argued that users suffered no "tangible" harm during the scandal.
Apr 11, 2018
Mark Zuckerberg testimony: Facebook CEO exploits US senators' tech-illiteracy to escape unhurt despite grillingThe Senators were clearly out of their depth, and in some cases it resulted in hilarious exchanges between them and Zuckerberg
Apr 07, 2018
Facebook increases transparency for electoral ads and Pages to prevent any interference on its platform during electionsFacebook is also investing in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and adding more people to help find advertisers that should have gone through the authorisation process but did not.
Apr 06, 2018
Robust legal framework required to tackle issues related to data privacy to avoid Facebook Cambridge Analytica type breach: ResearchersLooking at the current Facebook crisis, Raymond said Cambridge Analytica's use of data from various Facebook apps really isn't much different; they just gathered the information into a single source.
Apr 05, 2018
Facebook plans to restrict data access via multiple APIs, logins, to show apps you are connected to at top of News Feed and moreFacebook will be controlling the data access that third-party apps have when you use Facebook logins or APIs to connect with them.
Mar 30, 2018
After Siddaramaiah app goes offline, Election Commission wants his photos scrubbed from official mediaThe Election Commission has ordered to scrub all photos as well as mentions of Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and works conducted by the Congress government over the past few years being scrubbed from the government's online presence
Mar 26, 2018
Facebook-Cambridge Analytica row: Whether on FB or Aadhaar, societal need for privacy trumps the individualThe social value of privacy needs to be spotlighted for it urges us to look not only at the individual right over data, but the social benefits that we derive from its recognition.