Facebook should not be the “truth police for the entire world”, a senior official at the social media company has told an international hearing on fake news in Dublin.
Politicians and regulators are demanding answers from the social media giant in the wake of revelations about the use of users’ personal information, writes Ben Brody
FACEBOOK has quietly upgraded its technology to automatically recognise people in photos, renewing concerns about the privacy practices of the world’s top social networking service.
A privacy watchdog group has complained to US regulators about Google’s new Buzz social networking service, saying it breaks consumer protection law.
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