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Facebook increased Vietnam content restrictions by 500% during 2018

Ajouté le 24-05-2019, via Le Viêt Nam, dans Politique & Droit

Facebook increased the amount of content it restricted access to in Vietnam by over 500% in the last half of 2018, the U.S. social media giant said in a report released on Friday, as the Southeast Asian country ramps up its crackdown on online dissent. The increase happened as Vietnam was...

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Trump and Biden battle over older women on Facebook

Ajouté le 28-05-2019, via Mashable, dans High-Tech & Internet

Who do the ladies love the most? Trump and Biden are hoping it's them. Donald Trump's re-election campaign has been pouring money into Facebook ads, particularly those targeting older women, according to Facebook data recently highlighted by the New York Times . There's only one candidate who can...

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Facebook and eBay told to tackle trade in fake reviews

Ajouté le 21-06-2019, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Facebook and eBay have been warned by the U.K.'s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to do more to tackle the sale of fake reviews on their platforms. Fake reviews are illegal under U.K. consumer protection law. The CMA said today it has found 'troubling evidence' of a 'thriving marketplace for...

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Facebook reportedly hasn't contacted the regulator it says will oversee Libra's privacy and data security

Ajouté le 16-07-2019, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

A Swiss regulatory agency that Facebook executive David Marcus said in congressional testimony would be responsible for overseeing data and privacy protections for the company's newly launched cryptocurrency, Libra, has not been contacted by Facebook, according to a report. Highlights from...

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Facebook transcribed users' audio messages without permission

Ajouté le 13-08-2019, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

'The future is private.' Clearly, Facebook still has a way to go. Facebook has become the latest tech giant to face scrutiny over its handling of users' data, following a report that said the social media giant collected audio data and recordings from its users and transcribed it using third-party...

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'Private' and 'hidden' mean different things to Facebook

Ajouté le 14-08-2019, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Facebook's leadership made a pretty heavy-handed indication this year that it believes Facebook Groups are the future of the app. They announced all of this alongside their odd declaration that 'The future is private.' Now, Facebook is changing the language describing the visibility of privacy of...

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Facebook says that Workplace now has 2M paying users

Ajouté le 28-02-2019, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

With Slack gearing up to go public and now seeing daily active users of 10 million with 85,000 organizations using it to help employees communicate with each other, Facebook today released some updated numbers of its own for Workplace, its enterprise-focused platform: the company says that there...

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Facebook lied about how many teens it used for research

Ajouté le 01-03-2019, via Mashable, dans High-Tech & Internet

You know it's a good day at Facebook when the words "teenagers," "research," and "lying" are in the news. In January, an investigation from TechCrunch found that Facebook was paying people, including teenagers, $20 to monitor their internet and phone use. SEE ALSO:...

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Facebook won't store data in countries with human rights violations — except Singapore

Ajouté le 14-03-2019, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

As soon as Mark Zuckerberg said in a lengthy 3,225-word blog post to not build data centers in countries with poor human rights, he had already broken his promise. He chose to ignore Singapore, which the Facebook founder had only months earlier posted about, declaring the micro-state home to the...

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Un fondateur de WhatsApp nous conseille de supprimer nos comptes Facebook

Ajouté le 19-03-2019, via World Is Small, dans Divers

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Comme si Facebook n'avait pas assez de détracteurs. Le co-fondateur de WhatsApp , Brian Acton , conseille en effet les utilisateurs de Facebook de supprimer leurs comptes. Pour rappel, WhatsApp est lui-même la propriété du géant des réseaux...

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