Facebook admits it does track non-users, for their own good


Facebook's apology-and-explanation machine grinds on, with The Social Network™ posting detail on one of its most controversial activities – how it tracks people who don't use Facebook. The company explained that the post is a partial response to questions CEO Mark Zuckerberg was unable to …

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Congress isn’t ready to regulate Facebook, but it wants to

The Facebook chief had been summoned to Washington after The New York Times and The Guardian's Observer newspaper reported a political consultancy had improperly accessed the personal data of about 87 million Facebook users. The consultancy, Cambridge Analytica, was affiliated with the … Read More Share this NewFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedIn

Number of Facebook users whose data was compromised ‘far more than 87m’, MPs told

Far more than 87 million people may have had their Facebook data harvested by Cambridge Analytica, according to evidence from former employee Brittany Kaiser. Speaking to the Commons digital, culture, media and sport select committee, Kaiser said Cambridge Analytica had a suite of personality … Read More Share this NewFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedIn

Facebook may face billions in fines over its Tag Suggestions feature

Facebook could face billions of dollars in fines after a federal judge ruled that the company must face a class action lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges that Facebook's facial recognition features violate Illinois law by storing biometric data without user consent. The lawsuit involves Facebook's Tag Suggestions … Read More Share this …