Topic: Cambridge Analytica
Using a California ‘order,’ the mega-social media outlet tried to prevent disclosure of its illegal data collection activities, but the UK Parliament circumvented it a took them anyway.
Facebook wants you to trust them with your banking data. After what happened with Cambridge Analytica, can consumers feel safe?
After almost continuous scandals since 2016, it seems that Facebook finally suffered the consequences. Now, can they recover their stock value, and as a company?
The federal government seems to be looking into whether or not the company hid information, or was not quite as forthcoming as they should be with it.
They hope to use cellular devices equipped with their software to spy on users in the home.
“It’s like having door locks installed, only to find out that the locksmith also gave keys to all of his friends so they can come in and rifle through your stuff without having to ask you for permission!”
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