Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Testifies Before House CommitteeOn Tuesday, Zuckerberg took questions from 44 senators seeking an explanation for how Facebook failed to prevent a data-mining company from gathering personal information on 87 million users.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Testifies Before CongressZuckerberg testified to a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees, answering questions about privacy and politics.
How Did Facebook Get Into Trouble?Facebook is under fire for one privacy crisis, but its founders' history has not always helped its cause.
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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Is In Washington, Trying To Win Back Public's TrustFacebook users are supposed to start learning whether or not they are one of the 87 million whose data was compromised in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but so far it doesn't seem like anyone has received a notification.
Up To 87 Million Now Affected In Facebook Privacy ScandalFacebook says as many as 87 million people may have had their data accessed in the Cambridge Analytica scandal — an increase from the 50 million disclosed in published reports.
Facebook Blames A 'Bug' For Not Deleting Your Deleted VideosA user downloaded a Facebook archive and was surprised to find several recordings that had been made years earlier and supposedly deleted.
Comedian Will Ferrell, Playboy Magazine Deleting Facebook Accounts In Wake Of Cambridge Analytica ScandalA whistleblower says Cambridge Analytica used personal data from an estimated 50 million Facebook users to help the Trump campaign.
Federal Trade Commission Says It Is Investigating FacebookThe social media site is facing new questions about collecting phone numbers and text messages from Android devices while it continues to apologize for the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Zuckerberg Apologizes For Facebook's Cartoon Tour Of Devastated Puerto RicoFacebook's virtual reality tour of post-hurricane Puerto Rico was meant to raise awareness for relief efforts, but the cartoon nature of the experience left some scratching their headsets.
Trump Issues Executive Order Imposing Sanctions Against Those Who Do Business With North KoreaThe order, supported by South Korea and Japan, aims to cut off sources of revenue that fund North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.