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Digging Into The DNA Of Market Leaders Facebook, Amazon, Apple And Google

There was a message from investors during the two days of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's testimony to Congress last week: in both of the sessions Facebook stock increased in value despite the fears of possible regulation by the government of this extraordinary digital giant. At the same time the … Read …

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Political ad men are dodging Facebook’s new privacy rules

Confused about Facebook's new privacy rules? Don't sweat it — there are ways around them. That's the take from several leading digital political advertisers — including one Democrat and the other two Republican — who privately say they've already been finding and exploiting loopholes in … Read More

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Buyers beware, the consultants are coming post-Facebook on Capitol Hill

The most likely outcome of Facebook's current scandal continues to be that nothing will happen, for all of the inherent lethargy in our political system noted above. And, if something does, European-style data regulation seems the more likely outcome, as I noted last month. No wonder Facebook's stock … Read More

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Facebook data scandal fails to dent revenue from advertising

Advertiser spending on Facebook was up by an average of 43pc year-on-year over the weeks following the data row, according to advertising analysts. Since the revelations, several major advertising groups have threatened to boycott Facebook if it doesn't offer better user privacy controls. The details of … Read More

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A backlash is brewing: Facebook controversy offers a serious warning for Canadian businesses

John Ounpuu is co-owner of Modern Craft, a Vancouver-based marketing consultancy focused on helping brands keep pace with modern customers. It's tempting to feel a little schadenfreude for Mark Zuckerberg. After all, who doesn't find a bit of secret joy in watching the powerful squirm. And Facebook … Read More

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Facebook users merit a fairer go

Almost all of Facebook's 2.2 billion users (11 million in Australia) are, given the recent privacy scandal, aware that they are the product – and that they pay with their time and data for using the world's biggest social network. But it's likely almost none of them have read Facebook's …

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GOP accuses Facebook of censorship but conservative media flourishes online

Many of the questions from conservative members of Congress centered on Facebook's move to suppress the page of the pro-President Donald Trump digital media personalities known as “Diamond & Silk,” two North Carolina sisters whose real names are Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson. Read More

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Can you really delete Facebook data?

As its co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress about a data, Facebook gave users access to the data it had shared with data brokers and advertisers, including login information, deleted friends and even offline activity. Brian Chen of the New York Times found this out by tracking … Read …

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Facebook’s tracking of non-users called into question

Concern about Facebook respect for data privacy is widening to include the information it collects about non-users, after chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said the world's largest social network tracks people whether they have accounts or not. Privacy concerns have swamped Facebook since it … Read More

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Looking to spice up your Facebook Stories? Try 3D drawing, a new AR effect

It's not just Instagram that's competing against Snapchat — now parent company Facebook is getting into the action as well. As originally reported by TechCrunch, you'll soon be able to take a photo of your surroundings, annotate them using AR technology, and turn them into Instagram Boomerang GIFs, … Read More