Facebook admitted it has not determined what personal user information may have been misused by Rankwave, a South Korean company which offers apps to consumers and businesses.
President Donald Trump, who tweeted and re-tweeted complaints Friday and Saturday, said he would “monitor the censorship of AMERICAN CITIZENS on social media platforms.”
After years of pressure to crack down on extremist content, Facebook has banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and other extremists, saying they violated its ban against hate and violence.
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On Thursday, the company updated its platform policies and said apps with minimal utility, such as personality quizzes, “may not be permitted on the platform.”
The Federal Trade Commission has been looking into whether Facebook is in violation of a 2011 agreement promising to protect user privacy.
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Facebook admitted on Thursday that it had uploaded the email contacts of 1.5 million users without their knowledge or consent, in the latest revelation about user data compromised by the social media giant.
A Manassas, Virginia, man is being held without bond on a dozen felony counts, accused of targeting children through social media apps.
The handheld devices from the Facebook-owned VR company are being shipped to consumers with hidden messages inside the controllers that say “The Masons Were Here” and “This Space For Rent,” the company said.
The hearing, which is being held by the House Judiciary Committee, comes just a few weeks after a terror attack in New Zealand that was streamed live on Facebook.
Facebook’s CEO defended the company’s actions after terror attacks including the recent mosque attacks in New Zealand that were livestreamed on the social media site.
In an opinion piece in The Washington Post, Zuckerberg said governments and regulators rather than private companies like Facebook should be more active in policing the Internet.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has been under scrutiny for the social media company’s is calling for regulators to play a “more active role” in establishing rules for the internet.
The disclosure comes as part of a lawsuit filed by Washington D.C.’s Attorney General Karl Racine, who is suing the social media giant for “ongoing unlawful trade practices.”
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