2019-12-13 19:48:00| Engadget
It seems Facebook just couldn't make it through to the end of the year without another privacy-related incident. Only this time around, its own employees are affected. A thief broke into a payroll worker's car and stole hard drives that reportedly co...
2019-12-13 18:26:34| The Economic Times
The parliamentary standing committee on Information Technology called the cyber security experts to hear their views on the issue of citizens data security and privacy. As per the notice of the meeting, the panel had also called non-official witnesses of the WhatsApp snooping row, including BJP's former organisational secretary Govindacharya.
2019-12-12 22:39:05| Business - International Herald Tribune
Such an action would seek to block a technical integration of WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Instagram, people familiar with the matter said.
2019-12-12 19:11:00| Engadget
Over the past year, Facebook has been working to put together a content oversight board. We've heard Mark Zuckerberg's vision, and Facebook shared a charter outlining its rules. Now, Facebook is committing $130 million to the effort.
2019-12-12 19:06:27| The Economic Times
The new board will be able to make final decisions on whether individual pieces of content such as a sensitive video or ad should be displayed on the site, even overruling CEO Mark Zuckerberg.