Facebook Inc. FB 0.98 % is gearing up to fight a cascade of privacy investigations in Europe, arguing that regulators are overreaching in ways that could hurt the social network’s ability to protect users against hacking …
Wall Street Journal · 12 hours ago
The Facebook Inc. logo is displayed on an Apple Inc. iPad Air in this arranged photograph in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. Facebook Inc. is expected to release earnings data on Jan. 29.
USA Today · 10/7/2015
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What I am reporting on here is another kind of manipulation: How Facebook and other social media use the information we for the most part unknowingly provide it—including even words we speak in the privacy of our …
Counter Punch · 12 hours ago
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A bank gets its message in front of a small business owner who needs a loan. Facebook privacy hoaxes just won't die. It seems like every few months, some extended family member or high school "friend" will post a big block of legalese-style text ...
Edmond Sun · 4 hours ago
Austrian student who took on Facebook over data privacy in the European court of justice and won says the fightback is just beginning Austrian Max Schrems in the European court of justice, waiting for the ruling.
The Guardian · 10/10/2015
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But Facebook co-founder and investor Eduardo Saverin ... and do so in an environment where people feel trust in order to get true and utter value for the privacy that they’re giving up,” Saverin said. · 37 minutes ago
Note that the privacy settings of the album can be set to either “Contributors” or “Friends of Contributors”. The latter may be a bit much for you if your friends have lots of friends. Convert Your Profile Into a Page If …
Make Use Of · 5 hours ago
My column this week on Facebook and privacy triggered the inevitable query: “But what about network effects?” Few buzzwords are hotter in tech circles than “network effects.” This was so 15 years ago, when I …
News Max · 10/9/2015
This article, Facebook dealt privacy blow as US-Europe data-sharing pact declared illegal, originally appeared on View gallery The stars of an EU court ruling have aligned to bode trouble for Facebook and …
Yahoo News · 10/6/2015
"In this case, the defendant has already violated the victim's dignity and privacy by stealing nude and intimate pictures of her and posting them on her Facebook page," prosecutors wrote in seeking the protective order.
Las Vegas Review-Journal · 2 hours ago
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