Mark Zuckerberg-owned Facebook is the newest addition to the list of tech companies who try to invade our privacy and listen to the private conversations. The company hired external contractors to.. Fossbytes - Published
Facebook doesn’t need any more bad press, but here we go again. According to a report by Bloomberg, the company paid hundreds of contractors to transcribe audio snippets from your conversations.. The Next Web - Published Also reported by •engadget
· Facebook is looking for a handful of top-tier publishers to launch a dedicated news section that it would pay them to participate in, as it tries to recover from criticism over spreading fake.. Business Insider - Published
· *Stocks slid on Thursday after second-quarter financial results were weaker than expected, and as investors grew concerned about global monetary stimulus. *
· *Facebook's stock dropped by as much.. Business Insider - Published
· *Facebook explored building bird-sized drones to shuttle data for people in areas with slow internet connections.*
· *Catalina was a secret internal project in Facebook's Connectivity unit, the.. Business Insider - Published
You know it's a good day at Facebook when the words "teenagers," "research," and "lying" are in the news.
In January, an investigation from TechCrunch found that Facebook was paying people,.. Mashable - Published
Opera's bringing back its VPN (virtual private network) service, albeit in a slightly different format.
In 2016, the company launched a free VPN app for Android (followed by an iOS launch) but the.. Mashable - Published
Apple says Facebook can no longer distribute an app that paid users, including teenagers, to extensively track their phone and web use. In doing so, Apple closed off Facebook’s efforts to sidestep.. BGR India - Published
Users aren't the only people breaking up with Facebook.
In a post published Friday, the fact-checking organization Snopes announced that it would no longer work with Facebook to fact-check stories.. Mashable - Published
With so much happening in the tech world, this week feels like it’s 21 days long. The highlight of the week has been the Facebook–Google–Apple saga that’s seen numerous developments with major.. The Next Web - Published
Facebook says Apple is restoring its access to a key development tool that the iPhone maker disabled Wednesday. Late Tuesday, TechCrunch reported that Facebook paid teens and other… Japan Today - Published Also reported by •WorldNews
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) posted record fourth-quarter profit that beat analysts’ expectations as the social media giant shrugged off a year of scandals that hurt its public reputation. The company.. Proactive Investors - Published
Yesterday, we reported that Facebook paid $20 to some users to obtain their data as part of a research project since 2016. Now, a report by Techcrunch suggests that the social media network is not.. BGR India - Published