How years of privacy controversies finally caught up with Facebook

  1. How years of privacy controversies finally caught up with Facebook  Washington Post
  2. Zuckerberg loses $16 billion in record Facebook fall  Reuters
  3. Wipe out! Facebook sheds $120 billion in market value on fears about user growth  USA TODAY
  4. Opinion: Facebook pays for all its mistakes at once, and it is a big bill  MarketWatch
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Facebook 'puts privacy first' and stock plunges 20%

  1. Facebook ‘puts privacy first’ and stock plunges 20%  CNNMoney
  2. Activist Facebook shareholder draws up a new proposal to fire Mark Zuckerberg as chairman  Business Insider
  3. Facebook shares dive 19%, shedding $120 billion in market capitalization  USA TODAY
  4. Departing Facebook Security Officer’s Memo: “We Need To Be Willing To Pick Sides”  BuzzFeed News
  5. Here’s what every major Wall Street analyst had to say about Facebook’s plummeting stock  CNBC
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Facebook's grim forecast: privacy push will erode profits for years

Facebook's grim forecast: privacy push will erode profits for yearsThe second-quarter results were the first sign that a new European privacy law and a succession of privacy scandals involving Cambridge Analytica and other app developers have bit into Facebook’s business. The company further warned that the toll would not be offset by revenue growth from emerging markets and Facebook’s Instagram app, which has been more immune from privacy concerns. Facebook’s fortunes shifted in under two hours as the company first reported revenue and user growth that missed expectations and then issued warnings about future growth and expenses.


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Ridesharing livestreams on Twitch raise privacy worries (update: Uber cuts access)))

  1. Ridesharing livestreams on Twitch raise privacy worries (update: Uber cuts access)))  Engadget
  2. Uber, Lyft driver creepily livestreams videos of his passengers on Twitch  Mashable
  3. Driver for Uber and Lyft live-streamed hundreds of riders on Twitch without their consent  The Verge
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Facial recognition helps mom and dad see kids' camp photos, raises privacy concerns for some

More than 100 summer camps have added a high-tech solution feature are using facial recognition technology to help parents catch a glimpse of their kids when they’re away at camp, a convenience that also raises privacy concerns over the increasing reach of surveillance in society.

     

 

 


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Pop-up cams could be the next must-have feature for phone privacy nuts

  1. Pop-up cams could be the next must-have feature for phone privacy nuts  Digital Trends
  2. Vivo Nex S Price in India Spotted on Amazon, Will Be Called Vivo Nex: Report  NDTV
  3. Vivo Nex S could launch as Vivo Nex in India, price and launch offers revealed  Financial Express
  4. Oppo Find X vs Vivo Nex S: Price, features and specifications comparison  The Indian Express
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Brett Kavanaugh Has Some Alarmingly Outdated Views on Privacy

  1. Brett Kavanaugh Has Some Alarmingly Outdated Views on Privacy  Slate Magazine
  2. Supreme Court Nominee Had Tens of Thousands Of Dollars In Credit Card Debt  PYMNTS.com
  3. Brett Kavanaugh racked up huge credit card debt buying Washington Nationals tickets, report says  USA TODAY
  4. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh piled up credit card debt by purchasing Nationals tickets, White House says  Washington Post
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House Republicans Query Google and Apple on Privacy and Audio Recordings triggered by 'Okay Google' and 'Hey Siri'

  1. House Republicans Query Google and Apple on Privacy and Audio Recordings triggered by ‘Okay Google’ and ‘Hey Siri’  Patently Apple
  2. Apple, Alphabet CEOs Questioned By Congress About Tracking Data  MediaPost Communications
  3. Lawmakers Question Apple and Google on Personal Data Collection Policies  Mac Rumors
  4. Lawmakers Press Alphabet and Apple on Smartphone Users’ Privacy  Wall Street Journal
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Google, Apple Face Scrutiny from Republicans Over Data Privacy

  1. Google, Apple Face Scrutiny from Republicans Over Data Privacy  PCMag
  2. House Republicans demand answers from Alphabet following Gmail privacy scandal  The Verge
  3. Lawmakers Question Apple and Google on Personal Data Collection Policies  Mac Rumors
  4. Apple CEO Tim Cook – Energy and Commerce Committee  Energy and Commerce Committee
  5. Lawmakers Press Alphabet and Apple on Smartphone Users’ Privacy  Wall Street Journal
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Google defends Gmail privacy after report of app developers reading emails

  1. Google defends Gmail privacy after report of app developers reading emails  The Mercury News
  2. Google Tackles Concerns Over Devs Reading People’s Emails  Android Headlines
  3. Google Says No One is Reading Your Email, Sort Of  The Mac Observer
  4. Is YOUR Gmail safe? Google responds to allegations people can read your private messages with three simple ways to …  Daily Mail
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