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Facebook plans to begin notifying users on Monday who were affected by Cambridge Analytica’s data collection. The Times has already spoken with some people whose data was taken.
Tens of millions of American Facebook users had their data harvested by Cambridge Analytica and a British-based researcher. Here’s how it happened.
Facebook just promised to offer its users around the world the same privacy controls required under a new European data protection law. What does that mean? And can the company deliver?
As Facebook reels from a privacy scandal, some of its most popular users are lashing out over declining traffic, policy changes and financial complaints.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief, faces his biggest test yet: two days in the hot seat on Capitol Hill. The company has pulled out the stops to make sure he’s ready.
The government requires its people to submit finger, eye and facial images. The ID is mandatory for many services, but opponents say it infringes privacy.
Victory could be difficult to verify, much less achieve, as the U.S. protests Beijing’s effort to retool Chinese industries for the 21st century.
As Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s chief executive, prepares to testify before Congress, the company also said it supported the proposed Honest Ads Act.
Two popular video platforms disappeared from Chinese app stores after state media accused them of promoting underage pregnancy.
If you are getting ready to upgrade your e-reader or tablet and want to take your existing e-book library along, consider your options.
Despite the wall-to-wall Facebook news of the past few weeks, lots of important things are happening in the tech world that don’t involve the company.