Facebook has a shocking amount of your personal data. Your location, contacts, your web activity, your likes, dislikes and so on. And as we’ve been finding out recently, Facebook is not particularly strict about who has access to this data and how it’s used inside the company itself.
Intel and Qualcomm have the lion’s share of the processor market, but some companies are trying to whittle down their dependency on those institutions.
The comments from Facebook’s COO about people paying for the social networking service if they want an ad-free experience has sparked quite a debate online. While Facebook’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is vehemently against this idea today, there’s a possibility that the social networking giant ends up offering a paid and ad-free version of Facebook down the line.
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled by the U.S. Senator committee regarding the Cambridge Analytica scandal last night. To ensure he was able to properly answer all the questions thrown at him, the Facebook CEO carried some notes with him containing answers to some frequently asked questions.
Portrait mode, which Apple helped champion, is all the rage these days, and now Instagram is jumping on the bandwagon as well.
Facebook has launched a new section under its Help Center to help people find out if their data was shared with Cambridge Analytica. The whole Cambridge Analytica incident where data of around 87 million users were compromised has led to a lot of people wondering just how secure their data on the social network is.
The whole Cambridge Analytica scandal has put the focus on Facebook and how it values the data of its users. Apple’s CEO Tim Cook openly criticised Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg for the data breach and called for well-crafted regulations to prevent such things from happening in the future. Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg was quick to take a shot back at Apple and said that the whole argument of the company not caring about its customers and their data because they don’t pay for the service is “extremely glib”.
Before March wrapped up, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, sat down for an interview and talked about a wide variety of topics. Some of the topics included education, which makes sense because the company just announced a new 9.7-inch iPad, which supports the Apple Pencil, with an obvious bent on the education market. But of course it didn’t take long before Cook was pressed on some hot button issues, including Facebook, security, and privacy.
Instagram, one of the largest social networks out there, has decided to call it quits on its official Apple Watch app.
Mark Zuckerberg Says Just Because Apple Charges Its Customers More, It Does Not Mean They Care More About Them
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook had openly criticised Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg for the data breach that occurred due to the Cambridge Analytica incident. He called the situation dire and said that this could only be prevented if there is a well-crafted regulation in place.