Australia Sues Facebook For $529 Billion for Breach of Privacy

Australia Sues Facebook For $529 Billion for Breach of Privacy

By Anna Domanska - Mar 11, 2020

The Australian government is suing Facebook for breach of information to the tune of $529 billion for sharing private information of over 300,000 Australians. The breach is related

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Unsecured Facebook server leaks phone numbers of 419 million users

Unsecured Facebook server leaks phone numbers of 419 million users

By Christy Gren - Sep 05, 2019

A security researcher has discovered databases containing more than 419 million records of hundreds of millions of Facebook users, including their personal phone numbers and Facebo

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How Will Facebook Bounce Back From The Loss-Making?

How Will Facebook Bounce Back From The Loss-Making?

By Carrie Ann - Jul 27, 2018

Facebook is finally reaping the effects of its data scandal involving British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. But as the social media giant had anticipated and based

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Facebook Faces Maximum Fine Over Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Facebook Faces Maximum Fine Over Cambridge Analytica Scandal

By Anna Domanska - Jul 11, 2018

Facebook is facing a maximum possible fine for allowing Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting firm, to harvest personal data of millions of its users improperly. The UK Infor

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#DeleteFacebook: What are we really fighting against – Facebook or Data Breach Policies?

#DeleteFacebook: What are we really fighting against – Facebook or Data Breach Policies?

By Carrie Ann - Mar 22, 2018

#DeleteFacebook is trending and escalating the followers in millions. Joining the list is Brian Acton, co-founder of WhatsApp, a free messaging app, who has 25.6K Twitter follower

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