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Facebook et la recherche : le « quasi État »

Ajouté le 07-03-2018, via InternetActu.net, dans High-Tech & Internet

Voilà longtemps que les données de Facebook sont un inestimable matériau de recherche. Mais la politique de l’entreprise de Mark Zuckerberg en la matière est digne de celle d’un État. En proposant un état civil de substitution, en organisant le recensement quasi exhaustif de la...

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Facebook and the endless string of worst-case scenarios

Ajouté le 19-03-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Facebook has naively put its faith in humanity and repeatedly been abused, exploited, and proven either negligent or complicit. The company routinely ignores or downplays the worst-case scenarios, idealistically building products without the necessary safeguards, and then drags its feet to admit...

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Facebook taps banks, but for chatbots not purchase data like Google

Ajouté le 06-08-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Backlash swelled this morning after Facebook's aspirations in financial services were blown out of proportion by a Wall Street Journal report that neglected how the social network already works with banks. Facebook spokesperson Elisabeth Diana tells TechCrunch it's not asking for credit card...

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Facebook shrinks fake news after warnings backfire

Ajouté le 28-04-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Tell someone not to do something and sometimes they just want to do it more. That's what happened when  Facebook put red flags on debunked fake news. Users who wanted to believe the false stories had their fevers ignited and they actually shared the hoaxes more. That led Facebook to ditch the...

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Facebook starts its facial recognition push to Europeans

Ajouté le 20-04-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Facebook users in Europe are reporting that the company has started giving them the option to turn on its controversial facial recognition technology. Jimmy Nsubuga, a journalist at Metro , is among several European Facebook users who have reporting getting notifications asking if they want to...

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Zuckerberg denies knowledge of Facebook shadow profiles

Ajouté le 11-04-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

The fact that Facebook probably has a profile of you whether you're a Facebook user or not might come as a surprise to some users, though today even the company's chief executive denied knowledge of the practice — or at least the term used to describe it. In this morning's hearing with the House...

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Facebook cuts down annoying 'now connected on Messenger' alerts

Ajouté le 08-06-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

''You Are Now Connected On Messenger' Is The Worst Thing On Facebook' BuzzFeed's Katie Notopoulos correctly pointed out in a story yesterday. When you friend someone on Facebook or Messenger, or an old friend joins Messenger, you often get one of these annoying notifications. They fool you into...

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Facebook launches Fb.gg gaming video hub to compete with Twitch

Ajouté le 07-06-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Facebook wants a cut of the 3+ hours per week that young adult video gamers spend watching other people play. So today it launched  Fb.gg - as in the post-competition courtesy of saying 'good game' - a destination where viewers can find a collection of all the video games streaming on Facebook....

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Facebook alerts 14M to privacy bug that changed status composer to public

Ajouté le 07-06-2018, via TechCrunch, dans High-Tech & Internet

Facebook has another privacy screw-up on its hands. A bug in May accidentally changed the suggested privacy setting for status updates to public from whatever users had set it to last, potentially causing them to post sensitive friends-only content to the whole world. Facebook is now notifying 14...

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Comment Facebook gagne de l'argent

Ajouté le 28-02-2018, via ploum.net, dans Divers

Savez-vous comment Facebook gagne de l'argent ? Par la publicité, bien entendu. Mais quel est le mécanisme exact ? Qui paie et pour quoi en échange ? Et quelles en sont les conséquences de ce modèle ? Les pages Facebook Sur Facebook, les utilisateurs comme vous et moi sont limités à 5000...

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