Tag: Cambridge Analytica

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Facebook’s Continued Growth Reminds Us: It’s Now Too Big To #DeleteFacebook

Facebook’s Continued Growth Reminds Us: It’s Now Too Big To #DeleteFacebook

As Facebook suffered privacy scandal after privacy scandal last year, press and pundits across the world prognosticated the company’s rapid downfall, ...
In An Era Of Social Media Distrust, Some Brands Are Finding Ways To Get Intimate

In An Era Of Social Media Distrust, Some Brands Are Finding Ways To Get Intimate

Facebook was not the only social network to suffer this level of public scrutiny in 2018. Users are now less likely to trust celebrity influencers, ma ...
Facebook Shaming Masks An Incredibly Valuable Business

Facebook Shaming Masks An Incredibly Valuable Business

Facebook critics have had a field day with privacy, misinformation and hacking concerns. Researchers found actual Facebook users consistently valued a ...
Pew: 74% of users don’t know Facebook records their ad preferences

Pew: 74% of users don’t know Facebook records their ad preferences

But many users are still unaware what information Facebook actually collects for ad targeting purposes. A new survey out this morning from Pew Researc ...
Cambridge Analytica’s parent pleads guilty to breaking UK data law

Cambridge Analytica’s parent pleads guilty to breaking UK data law

Cambridge Analytica’s parent company, SCL Elections, has been fined £15,000 in a UK court after pleading guilty to failing to comply with an enforceme ...
Facebook, Cryptocurrency, and The Future of Mobile Commerce

Facebook, Cryptocurrency, and The Future of Mobile Commerce

It’s the beginning of a new year, and instead of focusing on the here and now of our fast paced mobile industry, I’d like to take a few steps back and ...
Facebook’s worst self-inflicted wounds of 2018

Facebook’s worst self-inflicted wounds of 2018

Zuckerberg and Sandberg’s decision to keep quiet in the days following Cambridge Analytica Facebook’s year got off to a bad start when by March it was ...
The Big Question For 2019: Can Democracy Be Saved From Datacracy?

The Big Question For 2019: Can Democracy Be Saved From Datacracy?

The deals gave partners more intrusive access to user data than ever disclosed while the partners funneled more users to Facebook. As they brace for t ...
Washington D.C. Attorney General sues Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandal

Washington D.C. Attorney General sues Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook users might have already moved on to the company’s next notable outrage, but the company is still answering for its privacy missteps from ear ...
The Dark Days Of Facebook, And The Light Ahead

The Dark Days Of Facebook, And The Light Ahead

Facebook just suffered the ugliest few weeks in its history, and I'm not talking about its shares plunging over 40% in the last four months. The compa ...
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