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'Mark and I Strongly Disagree With Their Characterization': Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Hits Back at Apple CEO Tim Cook in Simmering Data Row

Cook has made much of Apple's 'respectful' approach to personal information since the Cambridge Analytica scandal and has said Facebook is 'beyond' regulation.
Privacy Concerns

Here's Why Your Inbox Is Filled With Privacy Policy Emails

Companies around the world have been scrambling to make sure they comply with new laws about what they're allowed to do with user data.
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4 Ways to Reinvent the Facebook/Google Data Model in the Wake of Cambridge Analytica

The traditional model of collecting user data is hurting us all. Let's change it, with blockchain.
Data Driven Marketing

Tougher Data Privacy Rules Are a Scammer's Nightmare, but Ethical Marketers Can Stay Calm

The Cambridge Analytica scandal is adding momentum to a global regulatory push.
Instagram

Instagram Finally Adds Mute Feature

Perhaps you have a friend who spams your feed with multiple posts per day (or hour). Maybe it's all selfies all the time. Now you can mute them without unfollowing.
Morning Brew

The Key Takeaways from Mark Zuckerberg's Meeting With the EU

How Zuck responded to the question, 'Is Facebook a monopoly?'
Facebook Advertising

Follow These Tips to Survive Facebook's Ad Changes

These tricks will ensure your business can weather the Facebook ad adjustments.
Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg's EU Testimony Will Be Streamed Live

Facebook CEO acquiesces to European Parliament President's request.
Social Media

What Facebook and Twitter Are Doing to Remove Bad Content

Facebook deleted 583 million fake accounts during the first quarter.
data privacy

Who Really Owns Your Data in the Digital Era? (Hint: Probably Not You)

The problem is, most of us are complicit in handing over our private information. We shouldn't be.