Facebook Dating launch blocked in Europe after it fails to show privacy workings

Facebook has been left red-faced after being forced to call off the launch date of its dating service in Europe because it failed to give its produce EU data regulator enough advanced warning — including failing to demonstrate it had…

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Banning digital political ads gives extremists a distinct advantage

Jessica Alter Jack Dorsey’s announcement that Twitter will no longer run political ads because “political themes reach is due to be made , not bought” has been greeted as a astute and statesmanlike differentiate to Mark Zuckerberg’s and Facebook’s greedy…

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Facebook and Equifax Scammed Customers and Revolving-Door Corporate Lawyers Made Sure They Got Off Easy

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission made clear that dishonestly undermining Americans’ privacy can remain a part of a Equifax hack and all bark, about half of the country–had their honours, Social security systems amounts, birth years, address, and even…

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SoFi launches gig-focused ETF

SoFi is one of the leading fintech startups to emerge from San Francisco and infraction the financial markets. Originally started as a room to better finance student obligation, it has since expanded to include commodities targeted at personal credits and…

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Facebook and the perils of a personalized choice architecture

Yafit Lev-Aretz

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Facebook data misuse scandal affects substantially more than 50M, claims Wylie

Chris Wylie, the former Cambridge Analytica employee switched whistleblower whose shows about Facebook data being misused for political campaigning has obliterated billions off the share appraise of the company in recent days and led to the FTC opening a fresh…

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