Facebook Privacy Issues


'Facebook Privacy Issues' - 9 News Result(s)

  • $5 Billion US Fine Set For Facebook On Privacy Probe: Report

    $5 Billion US Fine Set For Facebook On Privacy Probe: Report

    US regulators have approved a $5 billion penalty to be levied on Facebook to settle a probe into the social network's privacy and data protection lapses, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

  • Facebook Users Care Less About Privacy Than Regulators

    Facebook Users Care Less About Privacy Than Regulators

    Facebook Inc is preparing for a record-setting fine from US regulators over privacy issues, but Wall Street shrugged at the looming penalty after the company added users and trounced profit expectations for the first quarter.

  • Facebook's Public Relations Head To Step Down, Amid Privacy Scandal

    Facebook's Public Relations Head To Step Down, Amid Privacy Scandal

    Facebook Inc said on Thursday that Elliot Schrage, who as head of communications and public policy has led the social network's response to scandals about privacy and election meddling, would step down from the company after a decade.

  • Facebook Launches User Review, Potential Bans For Advertisers

    Facebook Launches User Review, Potential Bans For Advertisers

    Facebook Inc said on Tuesday it would allow users to review businesses that advertise on the social network and possibly ban those that receive the most negative feedback.

  • Facebook Admits "Bug" Exposed Private Posts Of 14 Million Users

    Facebook Admits "Bug" Exposed Private Posts Of 14 Million Users

    Facebook acknowledged Thursday a software glitch that changed the settings of some 14 million users, potentially making some posts public even if they were intended to be private.

  • Facebook's Zuckerberg Long Resisted Going To Congress. Now He'll Face A 'Reckoning,' Lawmakers Say

    Facebook's Zuckerberg Long Resisted Going To Congress. Now He'll Face A 'Reckoning,' Lawmakers Say

    When Mark Zuckerberg testifies to the U.S. Congress next week, the Facebook chief executive will face off with lawmakers who have long been itching to confront him - on everything from a privacy mishap involving 87 million users to a litany of issues that have dogged the company for years.

  • Facebook backs down over contact info controversy

    Facebook backs down over contact info controversy

    Facebook has backtracked over a new feature that would have shared users' addresses and  mobile phone numbers with developers of applications on the popular social networking site.Facebook announced the change late Monday night just three days after the introduction of the new feature was met with howls of protest from privacy advocates.The ne...

  • Now, Bangladesh temporarily blocks Facebook

    Bangladesh on Saturday temporarily blocked the social network Facebook amid demands by a radical organisation to ban the website for hurting sentiments of Muslims.No official comment was immediately available for the closure of the popular network. However, an official source on condition of anonymity said that the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regu...

  • Facebook changes privacy tools

    Amid mounting criticism that it is betraying the trust of its users, world's largest social networking site Facebook on Thursday overhauled its privacy controls under which the amount of information that is always visible to others will be reduced.In an hour-long news conference at its Palo Alto headquarters in California, Facebook's 26-year-old CE...

'Facebook Privacy Issues' - 9 News Result(s)

  • $5 Billion US Fine Set For Facebook On Privacy Probe: Report

    $5 Billion US Fine Set For Facebook On Privacy Probe: Report

    US regulators have approved a $5 billion penalty to be levied on Facebook to settle a probe into the social network's privacy and data protection lapses, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

  • Facebook Users Care Less About Privacy Than Regulators

    Facebook Users Care Less About Privacy Than Regulators

    Facebook Inc is preparing for a record-setting fine from US regulators over privacy issues, but Wall Street shrugged at the looming penalty after the company added users and trounced profit expectations for the first quarter.

  • Facebook's Public Relations Head To Step Down, Amid Privacy Scandal

    Facebook's Public Relations Head To Step Down, Amid Privacy Scandal

    Facebook Inc said on Thursday that Elliot Schrage, who as head of communications and public policy has led the social network's response to scandals about privacy and election meddling, would step down from the company after a decade.

  • Facebook Launches User Review, Potential Bans For Advertisers

    Facebook Launches User Review, Potential Bans For Advertisers

    Facebook Inc said on Tuesday it would allow users to review businesses that advertise on the social network and possibly ban those that receive the most negative feedback.

  • Facebook Admits "Bug" Exposed Private Posts Of 14 Million Users

    Facebook Admits "Bug" Exposed Private Posts Of 14 Million Users

    Facebook acknowledged Thursday a software glitch that changed the settings of some 14 million users, potentially making some posts public even if they were intended to be private.

  • Facebook's Zuckerberg Long Resisted Going To Congress. Now He'll Face A 'Reckoning,' Lawmakers Say

    Facebook's Zuckerberg Long Resisted Going To Congress. Now He'll Face A 'Reckoning,' Lawmakers Say

    When Mark Zuckerberg testifies to the U.S. Congress next week, the Facebook chief executive will face off with lawmakers who have long been itching to confront him - on everything from a privacy mishap involving 87 million users to a litany of issues that have dogged the company for years.

  • Facebook backs down over contact info controversy

    Facebook backs down over contact info controversy

    Facebook has backtracked over a new feature that would have shared users' addresses and  mobile phone numbers with developers of applications on the popular social networking site.Facebook announced the change late Monday night just three days after the introduction of the new feature was met with howls of protest from privacy advocates.The ne...

  • Now, Bangladesh temporarily blocks Facebook

    Bangladesh on Saturday temporarily blocked the social network Facebook amid demands by a radical organisation to ban the website for hurting sentiments of Muslims.No official comment was immediately available for the closure of the popular network. However, an official source on condition of anonymity said that the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regu...

  • Facebook changes privacy tools

    Amid mounting criticism that it is betraying the trust of its users, world's largest social networking site Facebook on Thursday overhauled its privacy controls under which the amount of information that is always visible to others will be reduced.In an hour-long news conference at its Palo Alto headquarters in California, Facebook's 26-year-old CE...

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