EU wants Zuckerberg to give evidence over Facebook data scandal

Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg comes out unscathed after first day of congressional hearing

Mark Zuckerberg Is Either Ignorant or Deliberately Misleading Congress

The country also had more than 1 million Facebook users whose data may have been accessed by Cambridge Analytica. There is no earthly use for much of the data it collects and there is probably some that it could collect but does not. I didn't sign up for this, ' she told NewsCorp. Another 35 percent had changed their settings on the platform, presumably to expose less of their personal data, while 28 percent never trusted Facebook to begin with.

"They would advertise for housing but would say, 'Well, we don't want to advertise to, say, racial or religious minorities, for example". Sandberg had informed her "that Facebook is working on improving transparency on political advertising and showed openness to cooperate with European Union regulators on all these issues", Jourova said. "And then, about a month ago, we heard a new report that suggested that this was not true", he said. "You need freedom from surveillance to do that".

While investors may have been satisfied by the testimony given to Congress by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, not everyone was. And last week the European Union had said that its justice commissioner, Vera Jourova, would hold phone talks with Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg to discuss what the company is doing to address the breach, which may have affected 87 million people around the world.

The Heat: Summit of the Americas
He didn't further address the shooting victims or whether he was considering changing his stance on accepting NRA funds. He made the comments Saturday at the Summit of Americas taking place in Lima, Peru.

But it was too late to stop the mocking on social media.

A commentary piece by Jess Kimball Leslie about Facebook haters drew this comment from a follower, "If they keep up the censorship, I guarantee I will be using an alternative means to connect with people".

The marketing firm IDC forecasts that by 2025 the global datasphere will grow to 163 zettabytes, which amounts to a trillion gigabytes - 10 times more than what was generated in 2016.

UK decision on Syria must be made carefully, based on evidence
Sturgeon said the suspected use of chemical weapons was "sickening", but warned that the latest action risked "dangerous escalation".

Stressing that there is an online propaganda "arms race" with Russian Federation and it was important to make sure no one interferes in any more elections including in India, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday that his own personal data was "improperly shared". Facebook knows a fair amount about you. "That is why regulating profiling is perhaps one of the most pressing privacy issue of our time", the group concluded.

Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook's business model on Wednesday against fierce criticism of how it feeds user data to advertisers, even as he admitted his own personal information had been leaked to outside companies. "We've reviewed this feature to confirm that Facebook does not collect the content of messages-and will delete all logs older than one year", said Mike Schroepfer, chief technology officer, Facebook. Congressman, this is an important question, because I think people often ask what the difference is between surveillance and what we do.

Now Facebook is working with governments in the USA, the United Kingdom and around the world to do a full audit of what they've done and to make sure that they get rid of any data that they still have.

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There was a tense pause as the judges looked at the photo before eventually giving the win to Tiger Roll . It's two years since I had an experience like that. "We got very close and I'm over the moon".

This segment was produced by The Current's Alison Masemann, Samira Mohyeddin and Bethlehem.

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