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Internal Facebook Documents Released in UK

A trove of internal communications from senior level Facebook employees were released by a British parliamentary committee earlier this week. The documents were seized...

Internal Facebook Documents Seized by U.K. Officials

The U.K. parliament seized a set of internal documents from Facebook ahead of a major hearing with seven countries scheduled later this week regarding...

Facebook Pursues Bank Customer Info

Facebook stock was up 2.5 percent today on news reported by the Wall Street Journal that the company is looking into ways to incorporate...

Zuckerberg’s Choice: Privacy or Politics

The cyber world, much like the real one, is filled with trade-offs and compromises. For instance, a VPN (virtual private network) may offer more...

Facebook Accidentally Shared Data of 14 million Users

Facebook’s privacy violations and data leaks at this point are becoming so frequent that the company might want to consider scheduling regular news conferences...

Facebook Gave User Data to Chinese Companies

At least four Chinese manufacturers had unfettered access to Facebook’s user data, thus joining the ranks of Cambridge Analytica, Blackberry, Apple, Amazon, Samsung and...

Mobile Phone Edition: Facebook Lays Bear Your Soul, Privacy Be Damned

Another day, another news story about Facebook’s privacy practices.The list of recent stories should be enough to spell the end for most companies, but...

Worse than Cambridge Analytica: The Securus Hack

A data privacy scandal of far greater magnitude than Cambridge Analytica was reported this month, and while it gets worse with each new emerging...

And Now for Something Entirely Different: Another Facebook Compromise

It would be easy to confuse recent news that data belonging to 3 million Facebook users was exposed online with the Cambridge Analytica debacle...

The Real Reason Facebook May Soon Become a Business School Cautionary...

If you take into account the many times Facebook officials have publicly apologized for too aggressively monetizing Facebook users' sensitive data - only to launch still more invasive...

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