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Privacy A ‘big data’ firm sells Cambridge Analytica’s methods to global politicians, documents show

“Under GDPR, the most efficient way to attest of the compliance of an anonymization technique such as aggregate data is to issue a privacy impact assessment which is usually conducted by IT ...

Privacy Instagram shows that Facebook's privacy problems didn't end with Cambridge Analytica

More than a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, we're only just beginning to take the full measure of how vulnerable our data is.

Privacy Shades of Cambridge Analytica: Instagram terminates partner collecting user data

Instagram today terminated a relationship with an advertising partner after it was discovered to be collecting data from user accounts, the latest in a long line of privacy failures involving ...

Privacy Senator seeks to prevent next Cambridge Analytica scandal with new voter privacy bill

As the 2020 election season heats up, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is introducing a new bill she hopes will help prevent the next Cambridge Analytica data scandal. Feinstein’s “Voter Privacy Act” ...

Privacy MPs want Facebook to clear up 'discrepancies' in Cambridge Analytica data-scraping evidence

LIKE A DOG WITH A BONE, UK MPs aren't letting Facebook go when it comes to probing the social network's privacy and data debacles. Collins noted that while Facebook has said it became aware of the ...

Privacy Netflix's The Great Hack review: Unraveling the Cambridge Analytica scandal but offering no solution

Data privacy has become a calling cry for activists in today's world and seeing how big tech giants such as Facebook and Google are handling your data, these activists do have a point. As the focus...

Privacy US regulators fine Facebook $5 billion for privacy claims; sue Cambridge Analytica

Any decisions about user privacy, instances where the data of 500 or more users has been compromised and Facebook's response to such an event will need to be reported within 30 days, the agreement ...

Privacy Facebook to be fined $5bn for Cambridge Analytica privacy violations – reports

The Federal Trade Commission has reportedly voted to approve fining Facebook roughly $5bn to settle an investigation into the company’s privacy violations that was launched following the Cambridge ...

Privacy Facebook $5-billion settlement in Cambridge Analytica privacy case is approved by FTC

The Federal Trade Commission approved a record privacy settlement against Facebook Inc. requiring the social-media company to pay about $5 billion to resolve an investigation stemming from the ...

Privacy Cambridge Analytica Data Scientist Drops Defamation Suit Against Facebook

Aleksandr Kogan, the data scientist at the center of Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal, said he is dropping a defamation lawsuit against the social network rather than engage in an ...

Privacy Italy fines Facebook EUR 1 mln for Cambridge Analytica data leak

Italy's data protection authority, Garante Privacy, has fined Facebook a total of EUR 1 million for alleged breaches of the country’s consumer code in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Although only...

Privacy D.C. Judge Lets Cambridge Analytica Privacy Suit Against Facebook Proceed

Facebook has said it may cost as much as $5 billion to resolve a Federal Trade Commission probe of its privacy practices ... repeated exchange of personal information through Facebook’s online...

Privacy Facebook User Privacy Lawsuits Over Cambridge Analytica Have Legs

Understanding the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Story: QuickTake Users contend intrusions on their privacy have continued despite a 2011 agreement with the FTC barring the social network from ...

Privacy Facebook-Cambridge Analytica whistleblower explains the problem with data privacy

The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie tells The National's Ian Hanomansing that governments have the ability to crack down on abuses of data-mining technology, but people...

Privacy Privacy Advocates Hit Wall in Cambridge Analytica’s Bankruptcy

Cambridge Analytica, caught up in a scandal over politically targeted data mining, shut down in 2018, leaving behind art on the walls of its New York and Washington offices and a jumble of unpaid ...

Privacy A year on from Cambridge Analytica, Facebook is still struggling to contain its problem with data privacy

The Cambridge Analytica scandal, which exploded just over a year ago, should have served as a warning to Facebook’s management that it had serious problems with the way that its data had been...

Privacy Facebook shouldn't be appealing a tiny fine over Cambridge Analytica if it's really committed to privacy regulation, says data cop

Britain's top data cop has called out Mark Zuckerberg after he published an op-ed calling for tighter regulation of internet companies. Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham said on Monday that...

Privacy How People View Facebook After the Cambridge Analytica Data Breach

But does the privacy breach still affect how people use and view Facebook? The Manifest surveyed 521 social media users to learn if the Cambridge Analytica data breach still influences their ...

Privacy How Cambridge Analytica Sparked the Great Privacy Awakening

Zuckerberg was called to testify before Congress, and a year of contentious international debates about the privacy rights of consumers online commenced. On Friday, Kogan filed a defamation lawsuit...

Privacy Facebook Privacy Update: Mark Zuckerberg's Response To Cambridge Analytica Scandal One Year On

As fresh allegations of an executive-level cover up at Facebook regarding who knew what and when emerge, the one year anniversary of the Cambridge Analytica scandal when investigative journalists ...