Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of leading lawmakers of the European Union. Zuckerberg apologized for allowing third parties to access and misuse the personal information of ...
Zuckerberg said there had been a lot of important elections since 2016 that have been relatively clean and demonstrated the defences it has built up to protect their integrity. Dublin: Facebook Inc is ...
Facebook Inc is much better than it was in 2016 at tackling election interference but cannot guarantee the site will not be used to undermine European Parliament elections in May, Chief Executive ...
thanks to recent events such as the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the introduction of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Saturday Washington Post ...
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Zuckerberg said effective privacy and data protection needed a “globally harmonised framework”, advocating more countries adopting rules such as GDPR – the EU’s general data protection regulation – as ...
NEW DELHI: On Tuesday, Facebook Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mark Zuckerberg apologised to EU lawmakers on Tuesday and said the company had not done enough to prevent misuse of the social network.
Manfred Weber, leader of the European People’s Party, began by thanking Zuckerberg not only for respecting the European Union’s new data protection law, but also for using it as its “global standard.” ...
BRUSSELS: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sailed through a grilling from EU lawmakers about the social network's data policies as lengthy questions left the 34-year-old American little time to answer.
EU lawmakers are asking some hard questions, but the format could make it easier for Zuck to avoid answering them. All the questions are asked first, then he has to answer them in bulk. Following ...
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed legislators at the European Parliament in an hour and a half long discussion. The event which was followed closely by both tech and political circles turned out ...
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg apologised to European Union lawmakers on Tuesday for a massive data leak, in his latest attempt to draw a line under a scandal that has rocked the world’s biggest social ...