Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) is currently investigating Facebook and several other big U.S. tech companies. DPC ...
The Cambridge Analytica data-scraping scandal alone led Zuckerberg to grovel before users ... which of course it did (result: ...
Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, had used a public live stream to ... argues losses could be offset by a reduction in carbon pollution Inspired by an earlier EU move, Canada's government may ban items like ...
In the midst of an ongoing Federal Trade Commission investigation into Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal, a new ...
Mark Zuckerberg says regulators and governments should play a more ... On Friday it also started labelling political ads appearing on Facebook in EU countries, showing who the advertiser is, how much ...
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Zuckerberg says he believes "a common global framework" would help protect people's privacy on social media and points to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation as a framework. The GDPR, adopted ...
That might sound like a lot, but Mark Zuckerberg’s own net worth clocks in at $61.5billion (£47.2billion). So the EU’s fine would only be worth roughly 2.6% of slippery Zuck’s own fortune. Facebook ...
On Tuesday, just three days before strict new data privacy laws go into effect in Europe, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before members of the European Parliament in Brussels, where he faced a ...
“Today’s pre-cooked format was inappropriate & ensured Zuckerberg could avoid our questions. I trust that written answers from Facebook will be forthcoming. If these are not accurately answered in ...
The Russian ads, released by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee, offer the public the first in-depth look at the attempts to divide the U.S. ahead of the 2016 election. USA TODAY Mark ...
Its chair Damian Collins has urged Mr Zuckerberg to appear, saying his "evidence is now overdue and urgent". The tech boss, who has appeared before the US Congress and EU Parliament, has previously ...
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Just a month after his grilling on Capitol Hill, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was today set for an even harsher cross-examination at the hands of European lawmakers. However, due to a rather bizarre ...