Articles about Cambridge Analytica
22 Jan 2021Business
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a complaint against United Kingdom-based consulting firm Cambridge Analytica and Global Science Research in connection with the Facebook data theft case.
19 Jan 2021Technology
In a recent survey conducted by social media platform LocalCircles, it was found that only 18 out of every 100 Indian users surveyed were willing to accept WhatsApp's updated policies and continue using the platform.
16 Jan 2021Technology
Facebook has been ordered to pay $650 million as part of a settlement to Illinois residents for collecting facial recognition data without their consent.
17 Aug 2020India
An employee of Facebook approached Delhi Police alleging threat to her life, days after a report in a foreign publication claimed that the social media giant does little to control hate speech by BJP leaders, triggering a political war of words.
20 Dec 2019Technology
Despite FTC's $5 billion fine for privacy violations and a lot of flak from the general public, Facebook's security issues aren't just coming to an end.
12 Dec 2019Business
Facebook's ad policies have been in question for all the wrong reasons.
23 Nov 2019Technology
Even after a major data breach and Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook's name continues to appear in privacy-related debacles.
06 Nov 2019Technology
In another shocking revelation, Facebook has revealed that dozens of third-party apps and developers may have accessed your data without permission.
20 Aug 2019Technology
Though Instagram hasn't had as many privacy-related debacles as Facebook (its parent company), the photo-sharing giant is leaving no room for error.
14 Aug 2019Technology
WhatsApp offers end-to-end encryption to keep messages secured between the sender and receiver.
08 Aug 2019Technology
Even after scandals like Cambridge Analytica and a massive FTC fine, Facebook's privacy woes aren't coming to a halt.
23 Jul 2019Technology
Facebook's security issues are not really coming to a halt.
14 Jul 2019Business
From Cambridge Analytica to data leaks, Facebook has committed a plethora of privacy violations over the last two years.
07 Jun 2019Business
Facebook's recent set of scandals - and its way of handling them - has not just fumed regular users but also triggered a wave of disapproval from the company's shareholders.
20 May 2019Technology
If you like spending hours on Facebook, it's not your fault. It's the nature of the platform itself.
04 Apr 2019Technology
After exposing data of millions in the infamous Cambridge Analytica scandal and the September 2018 data breach, Facebook is again facing flak for its data stewardship practices.
01 Apr 2019Politics
Just before general elections, Facebook said on Monday that it has removed 687 pages and accounts linked to individuals related to social media cell of Congress.
08 Mar 2019Technology
Just a day after Mark Zuckerberg's promise of a more private Facebook, security firm Imperva has revealed a vulnerability that marred the platform.
27 Feb 2019Technology
After a flurry of scandals and data leaks, Facebook has been working hard to rebuild user trust across the globe.
13 Jan 2019Entertainment
The Social Network which released in 2010 explored the story of how Facebook was set up and took a look into the cases, founder Mark Zuckerberg faced, from Eduardo Saverin and the Winklevoss twins.
31 Dec 2018Technology
12 months ago, Facebook made a promise of fixing issues that marred its reputation and affected its community throughout 2017.
28 Dec 2018Technology
2018 is coming to an end, and we must say the year was truly a roller-coaster ride.
15 Dec 2018Technology
Seems like data privacy and Facebook just don't see eye to eye.
16 Nov 2018Technology
Just recently, the New York Times reported that Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg asked his top executives to switch to Android phones.
15 Nov 2018Technology
When it comes Facebook, the news is mostly related to privacy.
19 Oct 2018World
Since the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook's values and its position on data privacy of customers have been questioned repeatedly.
18 Oct 2018Business
Major shareholders of Facebook believe the tech giant is better off without Mark Zuckerberg as the Chairman and moved a proposal on Wednesday regarding the same.
01 Oct 2018Business
After failing to protect data of as many as 50 million users, Facebook could face a huge fine from an EU privacy watchdog.
29 Sep 2018Technology
On Friday, millions of user started getting abruptly logged out of Facebook. Some, including myself, even got logged out of Messenger.
27 Sep 2018Business
Since WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton quit Facebook a year ago and then went on to bite the hand that fed him, tweeting, "It is time. #deletefacebook", many questions had remained unanswered.
25 Sep 2018Business
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, the co-founders of photo and video sharing network Instagram, have decided to quit.
08 Aug 2018India
The CBI has initiated a preliminary inquiry against Cambridge Analytica and Global Science Research (GSR) for alleged illegal personal data harvesting of Indians from Facebook.
07 Aug 2018World
Facebook has asked major US banks to share customer data to allow it to develop new services on the social network's Messenger texting platform.
26 Jul 2018Business
On the back of scandals and investigations, embattled Facebook Inc.'s shares went into freefall on Wednesday following sluggish sales growth.
15 Jul 2018World
Facebook, on the backfoot after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, claims to be actively taking steps to ensure fair elections in Pakistan.
08 Jul 2018Business
Despite concerns about data privacy over Facebook, the social network's co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has overtaken American business magnate Warren Buffett to become the world's third richest person.
03 Jul 2018Business
It hasn't even been a month since Facebook revealed a massive privacy bug on its platform, and the world's top social media site is now talking about another.