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Facebook agrees to pay a fine for Cambridge Analytica

Facebook has agreed to pay the £ 500,000 ($ 645,000) fine imposed by the British Information Commissioner's Office. The company found that the user data collected by the political data company Cambridge Analytica was not protected. Facebook gives no liability in the context of the comparison. The regulator imposed a small fine last year, but Facebook appealed the verdict. The …

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Nest prepares for the Cambridge Analytica moment of the Smart Homes

Home automation has been a nightmare for security and privacy for years. Security professionals love smart home hack demos – they often turn on and off miles of lights – and device patchwork means a setup is only as strong as its weakest link. The data collected by these devices is often the most sensitive data you have, exposing the …

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Facebook Exploits Tens of Thousands of Data Scraping Apps According to a Cambridge Analytica Study

Facebook has suspended tens of thousands of apps that have somewhat falsified user data, as the company faces a series of US investigations and possible regulatory action they had previously taken after the Cambridge Analytica scandal in March 2018 Outrage by users, digital rights advocates, and legislators about privacy practices The temporarily suspended apps are used by approximately 400 developers. …

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Facebook bans personality testing after the Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook prohibits apps for personality quizzes that have been collecting and storing a wealth of information about their users for years. The ban comes a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, when it turned out that the company had received information on up to 87 million people via the quiz app "thisisyourdigitallife". While providing an easy way for unscrupulous developers …

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Facebook employees suspected Cambridge Analytica had harvested data months before public reports

Facebook employees discussed Cambridge Analytica when it collected unwitting user data in September 2015. This was months before the public disclosure of the practice, which later became one of the biggest scandals of the tech giants. Unveiled in a lawsuit filed by Attorney General Karl Racine of Washington D. C., who is suing the social media giants for "ongoing unlawful …

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Academic associated with Cambridge Analytica Data Mining, sues Facebook for defamation

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE 16. March 2019, 23:46 GMT To Anna Schecter Aleksandr Kogan, the academician who has won Facebook for the mining industry Data company affiliated with Donald Trump's Cambridge Analytica presidential campaign, plans to launch Friday Expiration of …

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Facebook board member may have met Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower in 2016 (updated)

Andreessen stayed in touch with Wylie until the story broke in March 2018, according to one of the sources. However, there is no "follow-up" to Wylie's information to work. Andreessen's venture capital company, Andreessen Horowitz, has declined to answer questions. In a statement, Facebook said it was not aware of the data transfer to Cambridge Analytica until December 2015 and …

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Academic behind Cambridge Analytica Data Mining sues Facebook for defamation

WASHINGTON – The scientist who helped Cambridge Analytica absorb private information from millions of Facebook profiles sued the social media giant on Friday, arguing that the company had denigrated him by claiming he was lying how the data would look like. Since the release of Cambridge Analytica's entire data mining last year, Facebook has repeatedly attempted to blame the invasion …

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Facebook celebrates one-year anniversary of the Cambridge Analytica scandal with "Nightmare Week"

If that's not enough, this weekend marks the first anniversary of the Cambridge Analytica scandal that has upgraded the company – an anniversary Facebook would forget almost all the world. All the problems faced by Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg since the year had suddenly collided: regulatory control, the battle for platform police and a growing exodus of executives in …

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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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