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Mark Zuckerberg welcomes regulation, as long as it’s the kind he likes

Mark Zuckerberg welcomes regulation, as long as it’s the kind he likes

In the last 24 hours Mark Zuckerberg has bitten the bullet. The notoriously media-shy mogul gave a slew of interviews this week as he attempted to control the fall-out from the Cambridge Analytica
Trump appears to brag about campaign’s use of Cambridge Analytica

Trump appears to brag about campaign’s use of Cambridge Analytica

The timing is suspect. The post Trump appears to brag about campaign’s use of Cambridge Analytica appeared first on .
You know who does creepier stuff with your data than Cambridge Analytica? Your ISP

You know who does creepier stuff with your data than Cambridge Analytica? Your ISP

Chances are, your ISP has been repeatedly caught sucking up all your clicks, and also chances are that it's a de facto arm of the US spy network, making bank selling your data to the NSA; AT&T has
Facebook 'Made Mistakes,' says Mark Zuckerberg in first words on Cambridge Analytica crisis

Facebook 'Made Mistakes,' says Mark Zuckerberg in first words on Cambridge Analytica crisis

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the Cambridge Analytica scandal. He admitted the social media company made mistakes, and pledged “to protect your data.”
Mark Zuckerberg: ‘We Don’t Sell Any Data to Anyone’

Mark Zuckerberg: ‘We Don’t Sell Any Data to Anyone’

During an interview on Wednesday night with far-left CNN, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg assured his billion-plus users, "We don't sell any data to anyone."
Missing From Facebook’s Crisis: Mark Zuckerberg

Missing From Facebook’s Crisis: Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, and Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer, in 2013. Neither executive has made any public appearances this week since a scandal erupted.
For Many Facebook Users, a ‘Last Straw’ That Led Them to Quit

For Many Facebook Users, a ‘Last Straw’ That Led Them to Quit

Richard H. Perry, a filmmaker in Los Angeles, deleted his Facebook profile this week. “Facebook seems so complicit all the way up and down,” he said, “like it doesn’t care about its users.”

Tech Fix: Want to #DeleteFacebook? You Can Try

The social network may be too large to truly quit. Our personal tech columnist answers questions from readers who are contemplating deactivation.
Facebook Made Him a Billionaire. Now He’s a Critic.

Facebook Made Him a Billionaire. Now He’s a Critic.

Brian Acton, one of the creators of WhatsApp, became a billionaire when Facebook bought the company in 2014. Now he is telling people to “#deletefacebook.”

Why Leaving Facebook Doesn’t Always Mean Quitting

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which data from over 50 million Facebook profiles was secretly scraped and mined for voter insights, many Facebook users have decided to delete their
Zuckerberg, Facing Facebook’s Worst Crisis Yet, Pledges Better Privacy

Zuckerberg, Facing Facebook’s Worst Crisis Yet, Pledges Better Privacy

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc., in July.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Reckoning: ‘This Is a Major Trust Issue’

Mark Zuckerberg’s Reckoning: ‘This Is a Major Trust Issue’

“Whenever there’s an issue where someone’s data gets passed to someone who the rules of the system shouldn’t have allowed it to, that’s rightfully a big issue and deserves to be a big uproar,” Mark
Putin “Wins” “Election”, Don Juan Trump 3.21.18

Putin “Wins” “Election”, Don Juan Trump 3.21.18

In episode 109, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Noah Gardenswartz to discuss the Austin bombings suspect, Cambridge Analytica & Facebook data, Trump congratulating Putin on his "victory,"
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Agrees to Testify Over Cambridge Analytica—Maybe
Great news: Facebook CEO to speak out soon to “focus on rebuilding trust”

Great news: Facebook CEO to speak out soon to “focus on rebuilding trust”

To announce a Captain Louis Renault app? The post appeared first on Hot Air.
With Facebook distracted, Google is going on the offensive

With Facebook distracted, Google is going on the offensive

As Facebook’s top brass holed up yesterday to deal with the fallout from data privacy revelations that erased more than $50 billion in market value…

Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, and the Revelations of Open Secrets

Sue Halpern on Cambridge Analytica’s exploitation of Facebook data to push a pro-Trump agenda, and on the actions of Robert Mercer, Alexander Nix, and Christopher Wylie while working for the company.

Cambridge Analytica and Our Lives Inside the Surveillance Machine

Adrian Chen discusses the recent revelations about Facebook and Cambridge Analytica in the context of past public outcries about digital privacy.
For Many Facebook Users, a ‘Last Straw’ That Led Them to Quit

For Many Facebook Users, a ‘Last Straw’ That Led Them to Quit

Richard H. Perry, a filmmaker in Los Angeles, deleted his Facebook profile this week. “Facebook seems so complicit all the way up and down,” he said, “like it doesn’t care about its users.”