Facebook moves 1.5 billion users out of reach of new EU privacy law
Facebook has moved more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of a new European Union privacy law set to take effect on May 25, Reuters reported.
Zuckerberg controls Congressional grilling
Facebook's CEO has been in the hot seat for a second day, facing questions from US lawmakers over the right to privacy. Mark Zuckerberg has been well prepared for the grilling. But it seems some Senators are slightly less well-versed in the subject matter.
Area 1 security CEO on Atlanta cyberattack and Facebook's data scandal
Area 1 Security CEO Oren Falkowitz discusses the difference between a company hack -- user data stolen -- and a city hack -- when critical services are affected.
Facebook admits up to 87M people affected by Cambridge Analytica
Facebook Inc. said that data on as many as 87 million people, most of them in the U.S., may have been improperly shared with research firm Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook memo's "ugly" truth
Violent scenes in Gaza have seen anger spreading on social media. Israeli snipers and tear gas have hit Palestinians taking part in the "Great March of Return", at the border with Israel. The protestors are calling for the right to go back to their homeland. Plus, more revelations from Facebook.
She means business launched
Facebook, the world largest social media platform on Tuesday, March 27, launched She Means Business, an initiative aimed at training and empowering thousands of female entrepreneurs Across Nigeria.
Former Twitter CEO Costolo says #DeleteFacebook won't be 'big movement'
Dick Costolo, Index Ventures venture partner and former Twitter chief executive officer, discusses tech firms' use of personal data after Facebook's failure to safeguard user privacy, the #DeleteFacebook movement, and possible U.S. regulation of social media companies.
Facebook lost as much as $60B in market cap since data breach
Bloomberg's Selina Wang and Craig Gordon report on the latest surrounding Facebook following the data breach and if Mark Zuckerberg will make a public statement.
Facebook to alert all whose data may be affected, CEO tells CNN
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on CNN on the crisis over political-advertising firm Cambridge Analytica's access to user data on the social network, outlining concrete steps the company is taking to make sure such a leak doesn’t happen again.