• Facebook controls political ads

    Facebook controls political ads

    london April 26, 2018 11:33 Hot Recent News

    Facebook is doing everything it can to ensure that political ads on its social network are controlled for the municipal elections in the United Kingdom in 2019. Technology director Mike Schroepfer of Facebook told the British Parliament on Thursday.

  • Gambling by name son Kate and William

    Gambling by name son Kate and William

    April 23, 2018 13:57 Hot Recent News

    Ok, it's a boy. But that does not mean that the work is over for Alex Apati. On behalf of gambling company Ladbrokes, he keeps an eye on the bets around the various possible names. That is where clear favorites begin to emerge.

  • These are the best sports for your body

    These are the best sports for your body

    cambridge April 22, 2018 18:33 Hot Recent News

    For those who run marathons: it is not the only key to a lean and healthy body. That is what i-Min Lee, professor of medicine at the University of Harvard, says in a report that he recommends five other sports that are feasible for everyone, including older people.

  • 'Apologies Zuckerberg data abuse not enough'

    'Apologies Zuckerberg data abuse not enough'

    strasbourg April 18, 2018 16:57 Hot Recent News

    The public apologies of Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg about the abuse of private data from millions of users of the social network are not enough. The American must quickly come to the European Parliament to explain to European citizens how that could happen and to ensure that it does not happen again.

  • Case against Facebook for facial recognition

    Case against Facebook for facial recognition

    san francisco April 17, 2018 05:45 Hot Recent News

    A judge in the United States has determined that a collective lawsuit is the best way to settle a dispute between Facebook and many users of the social medium about the use of facial recognition software. According to the users who filed the case on April 6, the software is used unlawfully without permission.

  • Privacy watch dogs dive on social media

    Privacy watch dogs dive on social media

    brussels April 11, 2018 17:24 Hot Recent News

    European privacy watchdogs will jointly develop a strategy for dealing with social media that collect and use personal data. The reason for this is the data leak at Facebook, as a result of which user data came into the hands of data analysis company Cambridge Analytica.

  • Zuckerberg's Facebook data also leaked

    Zuckerberg's Facebook data also leaked

    washington April 11, 2018 17:15 Hot Recent News

    The Facebook data of Mark Zuckerberg himself have also been leaked in the case of Cambridge Analytica. That said the CEO of the discredited social media company during a hearing before the House of Representatives in Washington. In total, Cambridge Analytica received the profiles of 87 million Facebook users.

  • Facebook 'constructive' at consumer consultation

    Facebook 'constructive' at consumer consultation

    brussels April 11, 2018 12:21 Hot Recent News

    Senior representatives of Facebook have established 'open and constructive' on Wednesday in a consultation with consumer organizations from Belgium, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Brazil. These five unions had filed a complaint with Facebook following the leakage of data from users to data analysis company Cambridge Analytica.

  • Facebook: data 87 million people shared

    Facebook: data 87 million people shared

    san francisco April 4, 2018 20:30 Hot Recent News

    Data from some 87 million Facebook users, mainly Americans, may have been transferred to research bureau Cambridge Analytica. That's what Facebook told us in a statement. Earlier, on the basis of estimates, it was thought that data would be about 50 million people.

  • 'Homeless people open grave to sleep'

    'Homeless people open grave to sleep'

    cambridge April 1, 2018 23:30 Hot Recent News

    English homeless people have opened graves to sleep in. That happened at a notorious cemetery in Cambridge, where passersby regularly see how people inject themselves with drugs. So far, 213 needles have been found.

  • Playboy stops with Facebook

    Playboy stops with Facebook

    los angeles March 28, 2018 07:54 Hot Recent News

    Playboy withdraws from Facebook. The media company announces that it will deactivate the Playboy accounts that it manages on the social network site, partly because of the riot about the alleged misuse of user data.

  • Green light for Cambridge Analytica

    Green light for Cambridge Analytica

    london March 23, 2018 20:54 Hot Recent News

    The most important British privacy regulator has invaded the London offices of the Cambridge Analytica company, which is at the heart of the information scandal at Facebook. That reported news agency Reuters on the basis of eyewitnesses.

  • Whistleblower Facebook scandal wants to testify

    Whistleblower Facebook scandal wants to testify

    london March 22, 2018 01:03 Hot Recent News

    The whistleblower who brought out the scandal around the data processing firm Cambridge Analytica and Facebook is prepared to testify against American and British parliamentary committees of inquiry. On Twitter, Christopher Wylie announces that he accepts invitations from the committees.

  • Paris insists on EU reaction Facebook case

    Paris insists on EU reaction Facebook case

    brussels March 21, 2018 17:18 Hot Recent News

    The French government urges the other EU capitals to respond jointly to the Facebook scandal. According to diplomatic sources, President Emmanuel Macron wants the EU leaders to include the issue in their final statement at their summit on Thursday in Brussels.

  • Facebook boss Zuckerberg speaks to staff

    menlo park March 21, 2018 08:54 Hot Recent News

    Facebook topman Mark Zuckerberg speaks to his staff for the first time since this week's upheaval about leaked user data. He is also expected to answer questions about the issue together with operational responsible person Sheryl Sandberg.

  • Topman Cambridge Analytica on non-active

    Topman Cambridge Analytica on non-active

    london (anp) March 20, 2018 21:09 Hot Recent News

    The board of directors of Cambridge Analytica has put CEO Alexander Nix on hold with immediate effect. That is what the British company, specialized in data analysis and direct marketing to influence elections for example, announced on its site on Tuesday. Alexander Tayler has been appointed as a replacement.

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