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Facebook Admits It Can’t Control Facebook Live –
on 24th of Mar 2019 In the aftermath of Christchurch has come the admission from Facebook that they can’t control Facebook Live. There’s too much content in general but not enough abhorrent content in particular to

This tech executive left a steady job at Facebook and switched careers, raising more than $5 million for a gaming startup
on 24th of Mar 2019 For many people with an interest in a tech career, a job at Facebook would be the pinnacle. So when Nikki Lannen left her role as a high-level marketing executive at the company’s Irish office in 2014

Facebook’s self-proclaimed pivot to privacy is off to a bad start
on 24th of Mar 2019 FACEBOOK’S SELF-PROCLAIMED pivot to privacy is off to a poor start. The company disclosed last week that it had exposed hundreds of millions of users’ passwords to its employees in plain text. The

The Facebook privacy plan should terrify you
on 24th of Mar 2019 Facebook may look pretty different in years to come. If chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is indeed serious with his 3,200 word essay, detailing a privacy-focused future for his company, it’ll

Facebook Ever-More Vulnerable to Policy Risks, Analysts Warn
(Mar 2019) Facebook Inc. is contending with a growing array of bi-partisan criticism and fresh regulatory issues which may pose increasing risk to its unique advertising-revenue-based business model

Daily Crunch: Facebook admits password security lapse
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Mark Zuckerberg’s big new vision for Facebook could throw oil on its burning safety issues — and he knows it
(Mar 2019) It’s almost a year to the day since the revelation that the data of millions of Facebook users made its way into the hands of Cambridge Analytica, which weaponized the information on behalf of Donald