Facebook releases an update on its civil rights audit
The update comes as the NAACP launches a protest against the company.
US border officers don't always delete collected traveler data
They also aren't properly documenting all their device searches.
Audit backs Apple's denial of Chinese spy chips in servers
The independent study says Super Micro's hardware is clean.
Facebook reportedly agrees to share an update on its civil rights audit
Color of Change says Facebook will release a progress report by year’s end.
Cambridge researcher claims no 'misuse' of data after Facebook ban
"This ban appears to be purely cosmetic," Dr. David Stillwell claims.
Facebook audit leads to the suspension of 400 apps
4 million users of the 'myPersonality' Cambridge University app will be notified.
Facebook is investigating its role in Myanmar violence
The company has hired an outside group to conduct an audit.
MIT crypto system shares police data without wrecking investigations
Its system could increase transparency in law enforcement.
FCC admits its comment system never suffered DDoS attack
The Chairman is trying to spin it as an exoneration.