Facebook accept ICO fine

An agreement has been reached this week between Facebook and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), related to the Cambridge Analytica

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Facebook reveals privacy flaw in Groups

Facebook has said that it has discovered a privacy flaw on its platform that lets some app developers access data

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Twitter apologises following misuse of user details

The ‘unintentional’ use of user email addresses and phone numbers for targeted advertising has prompted an apology from Twitter. Twitter

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Facebook launches Threads for Instagram

Facebook has just launched Threads for Instagram, a new camera-first messaging app that helps you stay connected to your close

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Facebook suspends thousands of apps

Facebook has said that it has suspended thousands of apps as part of an investigation. This follows the Cambridge Analytica

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Now You Can See and Control the Data That Apps and Websites Share With Facebook

Many apps and websites are free because they’re supported by online advertising. And to reach people who are more likely

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How To Stop People From Adding You To WhatsApp Groups

Facebook, who owns WhatsApp announced that it is adding a setting in WhatsApp that allows users to set who, if

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MySpace Has Lost 12 Years Worth Of User Content

This weekend, a banner on the MySpace site announced that audio files uploaded more than three years may no longer

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Celebrities pledge to clean up their act on social media

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has secured formal commitments from 16 celebrities to ensure they will now say clearly

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Government Condemns Grenfell Tower Video On Social Media

The UK Government has said that it is aware of a video that is trending on social media showing an effigy

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