Facebook revealed Wednesday that up to 87 million users may have been affected by the Cambridge Analytica data breach scandal plus some big tips on how Zuckerberg needs to handle the upcoming Congressional hearing.
Mark Zuckerberg has suddenly responded with much clearer Facebook security and privacy settings after the #DeleteFacebook movement grew and here's what you can do to keep your stuff secure if you're still willing to hold out for the social media platform. We also break down how Facebook got into this mess in the first place.
Mark Zuckerberg proved that he's no Olivia Pope when it comes to Facebook crisis management, but any crisis management firm would have told him waiting five days to deal with a scandal is just stupid for any CEO. Here's where else he fell down on the job.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was forced to come out of hiding Wednesday when the Cambridge Analytica scandal caused a drop in the company's stock so he did interviews with media outlets apologizing for the misuse of user's data. Full interview here.
Many users have a love hate relationship with Facebook, and after it's proving more and more to care less about your privacy, the question looms for many; is it time to leave Mark Zuckerberg's social media garden?
Facebook's Cambridge Analytica problem only got bigger on Sunday as lawmakers are stepping up the heat on social media titan Mark Zuckerberg on how 50 million users data was exposed to the company linked with Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign.
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