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In a chat seized by U.K. authorities, privacy officer Yul Kwon discussed how Facebook planned to circumvent an Android privacy dialog.
“The whole premise of Facebook is to render not private” your activity, said company lawyer, fighting off lawsuits over Cambridge Analytica data collection.
Emails show how tech giants are negotiating for a compromise to avoid the prospect of California voters potentially ushering in the strongest privacy rules in the U.S.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden joins Mehdi Hasan to discuss surveillance, privacy protection, and the likelihood of a Trump-Putin deal to extradite him.
An activist group made a how-to guide to opt out of as much Facebook ad targeting and surveillance as possible. But it’s still a pain.
The social media company will require address verification, an identification scan, and last four digits of your Social Security number.
On Facebook, you trade your privacy for information about your friends. But can you really understand what you give up in the transaction?
Messenger Rooms won’t “watch or listen” to your calls. But Facebook won’t say how it will handle metadata like who you chat with and when.
Moderators and others employed through vendors are complaining about health conditions at Facebook offices in Austin, Texas, and Mountain View, California.
The Puerto Rico Justice Department accessed private information from student news publications as it built a case against protest leaders.