The internet is collectively rejoicing now that Scott Pruitt has resigned as EPA head.
Trump announced Pruitt's resignation, effective Monday, through Twitter. The now former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator not only did the
This is just getting ridiculous.
A day after Facebook admitted to changing 14 million users' post settings to "public," three days after it was revealed that the company had given an accused national security threat access to data on some
The man who Mark Zuckerberg says taught him about the power of encryption is leaving the Facebook family.
The departure of WhatsApp CEO and cofunder Jan Koum comes after Facebook's biggest privacy scandal to date. And six months after WhatsApp
Facebook's Cambridge Analytica nightmare — in which a UK data firm allegedly leaked ill-gotten info about millions of Facebook users — may have rocked the company, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the company's bottom line. In fact
The scapegoat in Facebook's ongoing data privacy scandal is firing back at the social media giant.
Aleksandr Kogan, the relatively unknown scientist who was paid by Cambridge Analytica for data he harvested from more than 87 million Facebook users,
The data scientist at the heart of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Aleksandr Kogan, has apologised for his role in it.
Kogan spoke to 60 Minutes on Sunday, maintaining that at the time, he believed he was doing everything correctly, and that he
Facebook might be getting a "booting" Down Under.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) announced on Thursday it would open a formal investigation into the social media giant to see if it has breached Australia's privacy laws
Data is empowering. Personal information, available online, helped Donald Trump win the presidency, and people's online identities fuel Facebook's bottom line.
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Mark Zuckerberg will take a trip to Washington.
The CEO of Facebook is planning to testify before Congress in the coming weeks, CNN reported on Tuesday. This decision follows loud calls from U.S. lawmakers like Sen. Edward Markey and Sen. Richard
Tim Cook looks at Facebook's messy Cambridge Analytica affair as something of a wake-up call.
The Apple CEO has largely kept quiet on privacy issues since Facebook's troubles sprung up last week. That's when we learned that the political consulting
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