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GDPR: Google and Facebook face up to $9.3B in fines on first day of new privacy law on 25th of May 2018 Google, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp have been hit with privacy complaints within hours of GDPR taking effect Friday — complaints that could carry fines of up to $9.3 billion in total.
Ireland’s Abortion Referendum Becomes a Test for Facebook and Google on 25th of May 2018 Major tech companies took steps to prevent foreign meddling online before voters in Ireland cast ballots on Friday. Here’s how those efforts are working out.
‘Content Providers’ Easily Find Ways Around Facebook’s Rules May 26th, 2018 11:25 UTC This story is part of our ongoing series “Misinfluencers, Inc.” For earlier work on this topic, check out our September 2017 post.
Amazon porch pirates, Facebook defenses, expediting videos and more: Tech Q&A May 26th, 2018 04:11 UTC Q: How do I see what apps are stealing info from my Facebook account? I cannot believe there is only one Cambridge Analytical out there! A: I think Mark Zuckerberg has more than proven his indifference to user privacy.
Hillary Clinton’s other dream job? To run Facebook. on 25th of May 2018 Since her defeat in the 2016 election, speculation has churned about Hillary Clinton and what she set her mind to after losing a second run for the U.S. presidency.
Facebook and Google hit with $8.8 billion in lawsuits on day one of GDPR on 25th of May 2018 On the first day of GDPR enforcement, Facebook and Google have been hit with a raft of lawsuits accusing the companies of coercing users into sharing personal data.
Facebook’s new political ads rules trip up primary candidates before June election on 25th of May 2018 SAN FRANCISCO — New rules requiring political campaigns to verify their identities before getting authorization to buy ads on Facebook are preventing some candidates from getting their message out in the critical last days before June primary elections.
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