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Facebook’s Privacy Hokey-Pokey

Facebook’s Privacy Hokey-Pokey

Facebook moves fast on Internet privacy issues. Less than a week after the company was in California opposing a law to protect online privacy, Facebook was in Washington saying it could not reveal information about Russian interference with the election because of privacy laws

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Is privacy dead in an online world?

Is privacy dead in an online world?

Last month, 145 million Americans discovered they were victims of one of the biggest data breaches in history, after the credit rating agency Equifax was hacked

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How to Kill Fake Facebook Accounts and Preserve Privacy

How to Kill Fake Facebook Accounts and Preserve Privacy

Digital IDs used by cryptocurrencies could deter social-media mischief, says Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin

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How Google's 'Free Speech' Ideology Facilitates Sex Trafficking And Online Censorship

How Google's 'Free Speech' Ideology Facilitates Sex Trafficking And Online Censorship

A Senate investigation found that Backpage.com knowingly facilitated child sex trafficking, but a Congressional statute has denied justice for the website’s victims

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Facebook gave more Russian ad details to special counsel Mueller than to Congress

Facebook gave more Russian ad details to special counsel Mueller than to Congress

Facebook gave special counsel Robert Mueller more records on Russian ad purchases than it provided to Congress, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter

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European court gives employees more online privacy at work

European court gives employees more online privacy at work

The European Court of Human Rights rules companies must now tell employees in advance their emails are being monitored

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