Is this anything more than partisan vengeance against a man who briefly embarrassed Nancy Pelosi? It’s difficult to see how it could be anything other than that. Everyone now knows the video was fake. Most of the people who shared it probably already knew. There does not appear to be anything particularly relevant about the biographical details of the Joe Blow who created the thing. He’s not a Russian spy or a Republican operative or anyone of note. He’s just some guy. Exposing him is punishment, vengeance, not news reporting. … [Read more...] about WALSH: Facebook Just Doxxed One Of Its Own Users. That Should Terrify You.
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'To be feeling the way you feel - tired, lethargic, heavy-chested, light-headed and just vague, and to be missing your mouth when you go to eat things - that was a pretty raw moment,' Page said of his condition to The Sydney Morning Herald in 2009. … [Read more...] about Minutes from death: Yellow Wiggle Greg Page suffered a blocked artery which caused him to have a HEART ATTACK on stage – as medics battled for 26 minutes to save his life
Other concerns about Facebook’s responsibility to the country have been raised by the chairman of the National Elections Commission (NEC) and People’s Action for Free and Fair Elections (Paffrel), a civil society group that has long monitored Sri Lanka’s elections. They have questioned whether and how Facebook will enforce the country’s law banning all political propaganda in the 48 hours before an election – a so-called “cooling period”. … [Read more...] about Sri Lankans fear violence over Facebook fake news ahead of election
“What makes Facebook successful today is not only the fact of having bought WhatsApp and Instagram... but also having been able to aggregate these users’ communities by merging the three communities that were previously separate,” she said. … [Read more...] about Lessons to be learned from Facebook’s WhatsApp buyout, French watchdog says
London: Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Brittany Kaiser has released new documents that details initial exchange in 2015 where Facebook only requested the political consultancy firm by email to delete the data, and casually asked the company to "provide us with confirmation". It wasn't until January 2016 that Facebook received t`he signed certification from Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix, claiming they had deleted the data related to 87 million Facebook users, TechCrunch reported on Friday. The Facebook users' data was improperly obtained in 2014 by researchers with access to Facebook's developer platform. Kaiser, a former employee of the now defunct British data analytics and consulting company Cambridge Analytica, revealed the documents at the WorldWebForum conference in Zurich. This 'email exchange' - which TechCrunch has not been able to independently verify at this point - has never previously been published. Earlier this month, new details leaked by Kaiser via an … [Read more...] about Cambridge Analytica whistleblower releases new Facebook documents