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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Want to get rid of Facebook for good? Here’s how to do it.

Between user privacy issues and political scandals, more people than ever are fleeing Facebook.

I don’t trust Facebook, but I can’t quit it either

For better or worse, Facebook is the only social network that has all of my friends and family in one place.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Why Facebook is paying a fine of $3 billion to $5 billion

As part of a 2011 agreement with the FTC, Facebook agreed to get users' consent before sharing their data with third parties, like Cambridge Analytica.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey

Jack Dorsey says Twitter makes it ‘super easy’ to harass and abuse others, and addressing the problem is his biggest worry

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey spoke about harassment and misinformation on his platform at TED 2019 on Wednesday.

The woman who blew open the Cambridge Analytica scandal says Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey are ‘handmaidens to authoritarianism’

Journalist Carole Cadwalladr took the stage at TED 2019 on Monday, where she criticized tech companies for "breaking" liberal democracy.
Mark Zuckerberg interviewed by CNN after the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke.

Facebook staff followed CNN camera crews to the bathroom over fears they would spy after the worst scandal in its history

A blockbuster report from Wired investigates the unraveling of Facebook over the past 15 months.

Facebook shouldn’t be appealing a tiny fine over Cambridge Analytica if it’s really committed to privacy regulation, says data cop

Facebook appealed the Information Commissioner's Office's £500,000 fine over the Cambridge Analytica breach in November.

Facebook was warned about Cambridge Analytica issues months earlier than previously disclosed

The revelation raises fresh questions about Facebook's public disclosures about the scandal.

Instagram has avoided Facebook’s trust problem, beating its parent as app of choice for Generation Z

According to a survey commissioned by Business Insider the social network has lost favour with users aged 18-25 who prefer Instagram.