Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal: What Mark Zuckerberg said about the ‘major breach of trust’
Thursday, 22 March 2018 It has been a long week for Facebook. After five days of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally came out of ‘ghosting’ and decided to apologize for what he called a ‘major breach of trust’ of users. Last weekend, it was discovered that data firm, Cambridge Analytica, allegedly duped Facebook into accessing […]
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made his first public appearance since it was revealed that research company Cambridge Analytica had harvested data from 50 million Facebook users without their permission. In an interview with CNN, Zuckerberg said, "This was a major breach of trust and I'm really...
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As Facebook continues to face scrutiny over its privacy practices following the Cambridge Analytica debacle, ongoing investigations into the company are giving... engadget - TechnologyAlso reported by •Business Insider •BGR India •Sify •MailOnline
One of the questions asked in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal was whether Facebook was selling user data. CEO Mark Zuckerberg told a Congressional... 9to5Mac - TechnologyAlso reported by •Sify •Business Insider