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Predatory Facebook is an illusory friend that uses you
Predatory Facebook is an illusory friend that uses you
Once upon a time, there was a book called The­facebook (it later became just Facebook). It was unlike any other book. It existed on the internet...
Lawsuit adds to Facebook woes on data protection
Lawsuit adds to Facebook woes on data protection
Facebook's woes mounted on Wednesday as it faced a lawsuit alleging privacy violations related to data leaked to a consultancy working on Donald...
Spain approves contested data protection law
Spain approves contested data protection law
The Spanish senate approved on Wednesday a controversial online data protection law which critics say will allow political parties to target voters...
Departing Facebook comms chief takes blame for PR firm controversy
Departing Facebook comms chief takes blame for PR firm controversy
The outgoing head of Facebook's communications team on Wednesday took responsibility for the controversial hiring of a conservative consulting firm...
Editorial: Fallout from Facebook
Editorial: Fallout from Facebook
There was a time, not so long ago, when you could sympathise with Facebook. As a platform for humans, it was merely reflecting humanity.
EU warns Facebook not to lose control of data security
EU warns Facebook not to lose control of data security
The EU's top data privacy enforcer expressed worry on Tuesday that Facebook had lost control of data security after a vast privacy breach that she...
Zimbabwe’s opposition copies the Kenyan playbook
Zimbabwe’s opposition copies the Kenyan playbook
When Nelson Chamisa this week announced his intention to inaugurate himself as “People’s President” of Zimbabwe, he was following in the...
SA waits on information regulator
SA waits on information regulator
With national and provincial elections on the country’s horizon, there is a nagging question that deserves attention in the face of mounting...
The online battle for the truth
The online battle for the truth
False information is saturating political debate worldwide and undermining an already weak level of trust in the media and institutions, spreading...
Britain to fine Facebook over data breach
Britain to fine Facebook over data breach
Britain's data regulator has said it will fine Facebook half a million pounds ($660 000) for failing to protect users' data, in an inquiry into...
When will Google defend democracy?
When will Google defend democracy?
As the 2018 midterm elections approach in the US, Google’s power to influence undecided...
As EU privacy law looms, debate swirls on cybersecurity impact
As EU privacy law looms, debate swirls on cybersecurity impact
Days ahead of the implementation of a sweeping European privacy law, debate is swirling on whether the measure will have negative consequences for...

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