Apologetic Zuckerberg Offers Mea Culpa On First Day Of Hearings On Facebook Data ScandalThe man in the middle of a firestorm over privacy offered a full mea culpa at a joint hearing of two Senate committees.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Meets With Lawmakers Ahead Of Testimony To CongressZuckerberg met one-on-one with a series of key lawmakers Monday, in what could be the most important stop on his apology tour.
Facebook To Notify Users If Data Was Shared With Cambridge AnalyticaStarting Monday, the 87 million users who might have had their data shared with Cambridge Analytica will get a detailed message on their news feeds.
Facebook: Most Of Its 2.2 Billion Users May Have Had Public Data 'Scraped'Facebook made a bombshell admission Wednesday, when the company admit that most of its 2.2 billion members may have had their personal data scraped by "malicious actors."
Facebook Says Cambridge Analytica May Have Had Data On Up To 87 Million PeopleAs many as 87 million people could have had their data swept up by Cambridge Analytica, significantly more than the figure of 50 million that was widely reported at the outset of the data scandal.
Zuckerberg Vows Changes To Facebook After Cambridge Analytica ScandalIn the first public statement the Facebook CEO has made on the controversy, Zuckerberg admits to mistakes involving misused data affecting more than 50 million user accounts.
Facebook Facing Federal Investigation Over Cambridge Analytica Data ScandalFacebook may have violated an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission about the use of user data, experts suggest.
What You Need To Know About Facebook And Cambridge AnalyticaFacebook and Cambridge Analytica are the two main actors in an enormous data privacy scandal that touches on the Trump campaign, 50 million Facebook users and even two presidential elections in Kenya. It's complicated, so here's a breakdown.