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Facebook assumes users know their data is for sale: Cambridge Analytica’s Aleksandr Kogan

Cambridge Analytica researcher Aleksandr Kogan has revealed in an interview to CBS News that tech companies assume user know that their information is for sale.

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How to recharge your mobile phone from the Facebook app

Facebook has added a new functionality to its app in India that allows users to recharge their mobile phones using the Facebook app

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After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next?

Facebook has taken the lion’s share of scrutiny from Congress and the media for its data-handling practices that allow savvy marketers and political agents to target specific audiences, but it’s far from alone.

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PwC had cleared Facebook’s privacy practices in leak period

Auditing firm Pricewaterhouse Cooper had cleared Facebook’s data privacy practices during the same period in which personal information of many users was leaked to Cambridge Analytica.

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Facebook is forming a team to design its own chips

Facebook is joining other tech majors, as they look to hire people who can help create their own chips,

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Facebook to put 1.5 billion users out of reach of new EU privacy law

Facebook is in the process of modifying itself, to adhere to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to be effective from May 25.

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Government ‘examining’ responses from Facebook, Cambridge Analytica

The Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology issued separate notices seeking details about impact of the data breach.

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VIDEO: Deleted Facebook? Here’s what you can do next

Wondering what to do in your free time now as you’ve deleted your Facebook account? Here’s a video doing the rounds on Twitter that will help you stay busy with these hilarious tips.

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Facebook photo-scanning suit likely to be multi-billion-dollar threat

Facebook is likely to enter a legal tangle in the US, over its photo-scanning software that users claim is a violation of data privacy, as well as blatant storage of biometric information.

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This is how Facebook tracks users outside its system and collects their data

Facebook has revealed the kind of data it is tracking and collecting for non-users, and those who are logged off from the social network.

Police said Adnan Khurram posted photos on social media with a stethoscope.

Fake doctor held at Delhi AIIMS was active in events, added faculty on Facebook

According to the Resident Doctors’ Association (RDA), Khurram had become part of a WhatsApp group of doctors and would chat with them often.

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Facebook fuels broad data privacy debate by tracking non-users

Facebook’s data breach continues to raise questions, as those not using social media platfroms need to consider how their private data is also being collected.

Punjab singer shot at, gangster confesses on Facebook

SSP Chahal said they have initiated a probe into the gangster’s post. Chahal said, “We have identified some of the suspects and will crack the case shortly.”  Media was not allowed to enter the hospital. When contacted, Parmish’s father was not available for comment.

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EU Justice Commissioner held ‘constructive’ talks with Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg

European Union Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova said she held ‘constructive’ talks with Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg, as the social networking platform is being held accountable for the data breach involving Cambridge Analytica.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony is over, but Facebook scrutiny is just ramping up

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg needs to prepare himself for more inquiries over Cambridge Analytica and data privacy, even if the US Congressional committees left him largely unscathed.