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's Cambridge Analytica woes continue with UK lawsuits
Multiple groups are threatening class action suits.
John Oliver made his own version of Facebook’s ‘we're sorry’ video
“Facebook: We own who you are.”
Georgia congressman is the latest to introduce data privacy bills
Representative Hank Johnson introduced two new bills.
Despite scandals, Facebook is still raking in cash and users
But its growth has slowed down a bit.
Facebook's top lawyer is leaving the company
Not the best timing.
Facebook's outgoing security chief sent a damning company-wide memo
'We need to be willing to pick sides when there are clear moral or humanitarian issues.'
Facebook could have another Cambridge Analytica on its hands
It's investigating the data collection practices of Crimson Hexagon.