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UK Legislator: Facebook violates privacy laws

The British Committee for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said in a report released Monday that a series of internal Facebook emails it reviewed showed that the social media platform was "aware and knowledgeable" violated both data protection and competition laws. [19659002] The cache of documents reviewed by the committee, some of which include correspondence between Zuckerberg and company executives, …

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Facebook has "intentionally and knowingly" violated the UK privacy and competition rules

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California (Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP) Tony Romm writer of technology policy 17. February at 19:01 The UK legislator accused Facebook on Sunday of "intentionally and knowingly violating both data protection laws and competition law," and called for investigations into the social media giants' business practices. Page report by …

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Saudi Arabia signs $ 20 billion agreement with Pakistan

Image copyright Getty Images Saudi Arabia has signed investment agreements worth USD 20 billion (1965) £ 15.5bn) with Pakistan, as the country wants to strengthen its fragile economy. It takes place as part of a high-profile Asian tour of the Kingdom of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Pakistan urgently needs to deal with a balance of payments crisis and seeks …

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Japan's Abe nominates Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize on US request: Asahi

Cheriss May | OnlyPhoto | Getty Images Japanese Prime Minister Shinz Abe and US President Donald Trump hold a joint press conference Thursday, June 7, 2018 at the Rose Garden in the White House in Washington DC. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe nominated US President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize last autumn after being asked to do so …

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Facebook refers to "digital gangsters" with fake coverage | technology

Facebook has deliberately violated data protection and competition law and should be urgently regulated by law, according to a devastating parliamentary report in which the company and its executives are denounced as "digital gangsters". The final report from Digital, Culture, Media and the 18-month US Department of Sports Selections investigation for disinformation and fake news accused Facebook of deliberately obstructing …

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Former Cambridge Analytica Director collaborated with Special Counsel's summons

Brittany Kaiser was director of the controversial data company that worked for the Trump campaign and visited Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he has been living since his asylum grant to prevent extradition in 2012. Emperor's attorney Jim Walden told CNN: "The Mueller summons was issued a long time ago, and Brittany has already fulfilled its obligations, …

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German city sees a Smurfs invasion as thousands gather to break the world record: NPR

Participants disguised as Smurfs gather to set the record for the world's largest meeting of the Smurfs on February 16, 2019 in Lauchringen, Germany. Arnd Wiegmann / Reuters Hide Caption Switch caption Arnd Wiegmann / Reuters Participants gather as Smurfs to set the record for the world's largest meeting of the Smurfs on February 16, 2019 in Lauchringen (Germany). Arnd …

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Mueller accused the former employee of Cambridge Analytica

S Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller has summoned a former top employee of Cambridge Analytica, the late data company affiliated with Trump's campaign. Brittany Kaiser, Cambridge Analytica's former Business Development Director, was summoned and cooperates with Mueller's team, their spokesman told The Guardian. The data company, which once had former Trump strategist Steve Bannon as vice president, worked on President Trump's …

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