Facebook’s Instant Articles enabled inflammatory publishers to profit …

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Facebook’s Instant Articles enabled inflammatory publishers to profit …

ABC Online7 hours ago
Facebook has been embedding ads for companies such as BMW and Woolworths in inflammatory articles from websites that target Muslim people and other groups. The placement allows the publishers of the articles to make money, but is contrary to Facebook’s content guidelines for monetisation, which …

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Playboy Latest to Delete Facebook Amid Data Handling Fallout

BloombergMar. 28, 2018
Facebook has owned WhatsApp since 2014. Playboy did not say whether it would also deactivate any profiles it operates on Instagram, which is also owned by Facebook. The social-media giant has a detailed policy on nudes, published on its community standards support website. Banned images include …

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Facebook Delays Home-Speaker Unveil Amid Data Crisis

BloombergMar. 27, 2018
The devices are part of Facebook’s plan to become more intimately involved with users’ everyday social lives, using artificial intelligence — following a path forged by Amazon.com Inc. and its Echo in-home smart speakers. As concerns escalate about Facebook’s collection and use of personal data, now …

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It’s not just Facebook. Thousands of companies are spying on you

CNNMar. 26, 2018
But for every article about Facebook’s creepy stalker behavior, thousands of other companies are breathing a collective sigh of relief that it’s Facebook and not them in the spotlight. Because while Facebook is one of the biggest players in this space, there are thousands of other companies that spy on and …

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Canadians’ trust in Facebook takes a dive, new survey says

The Globe and Mail1 hour ago
Earlier this year, Facebook made a change to its newsfeed to prioritize content posted by family and friends, and said it would show fewer links to articles and other types of content. Meanwhile, the CanTrust Index found there is also a larger consideration when it comes to Canadians’ trust of social media …

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What Is Amazing About The Facebook Cambridge Analytica Story

ForbesMar. 27, 2018
The articles did reveal more information about Robert and Rebekah Mercer’s and Steve Bannon’s involvement and the Trump campaign’s use of Cambridge Analytica’s data collected from 50 million Facebook users. Most importantly, however, the articles provided details on what data was collected and …

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Is Facebook a Frankenstein?

Wall Street Journal13 hours ago
In the beginning this data, organized into things like family Facebook groups or Google Maps or Wikipedia, was seen as good. For several years BTTP—BTTP being human history Before The Trump Presidency —articles and books poured forth describing the dark side of this technology. In the past year, …

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Mark Zuckerberg Has No Way Out of Facebook’s Quagmire

BloombergMar. 21, 2018
As a media company and one of Americans’ top sources of information, Facebook’sde facto anonymity and general lack of responsibility for user-generated content make it easy for propagandists to exploit. Making matters worse, it isn’t willing to impose tighter identification rules for fear of losing too many …

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Minds Wants to Offer a Blockchain-Based Alternative to Facebook

Bitcoin Magazine11 hours ago
To some in the cryptocurrency realm, that “market requirement” has become increasingly obvious in light of Google’s, Facebook’s and Twitter’s blanket ban on crypto-related ads. These restrictions especially hit home for Ottman, whose brainchild was nixed by Google when Minds.com ads were banned …

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The ad industry isn’t moving away from Facebook despite reports …

CNBCMar. 7, 2018
Digitas, whose clients have included Buick, Dunkin’ Donuts and Whirlpool, has expressed concerns about Facebook’s Audience Network, a program that lets advertisers buy ads on a network of third-party websites. It is also cautious about Instant Articles, a way for publishers to upload their articles onto the …

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