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Nick Clegg, former leader of Britain's Liberal Democrat party, is Facebook's head of communications.

One of Facebook’s top executives had an awkward public face-off with Amazon’s CTO over making money from user data

Amazon CTO Werner Vogels asked Facebook exec Nick Clegg how Facebook plans to make clear to its users that it sells their data — but Clegg said the firm doesn't sell data.
Andrew Bosworth.

Facebook exec Andrew Bosworth warns fellow employees against using their power to stop Trump’s re-election

One of Mark Zuckerberg's key lieutenants said doing so would endanger democracy and turn Facebook into "the thing we fear."

Misinformation, hacking, and imploding startups: 18 books to read in 2020 that puncture Silicon Valley utopianism

We put together our list of the 18 best books for the tech-cynic if your life. It features everything from hacking to election interference.

Over 267 million Facebook users had their names, phone numbers, and profiles exposed thanks to a public database, researcher says

Hackers had access to a public database with the names, phone numbers, and Facebook profile IDs of more than 267 million people, a researcher said.

Tech execs who lie about privacy violations could face 20 years behind bars under a newly proposed Senate bill

A newly-proposed Senate bill would give the Federal Trade Commission more teeth to crack down on tech companies' privacy violations.

The career rise and life of Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s billionaire chief operating officer and one of tech’s most powerful people

Sheryl Sandberg is the chief operating officer for Facebook, and one of the most powerful people working in tech.
Whistleblower Christopher Wylie became a lightning rod for the Cambridge Analytica story.

The Cambridge Analytica whistleblower explains how the firm used Facebook data to sway elections

Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie details in his newest book about the methods the firm used to target Facebook users.

Facebook says it suspended ‘tens of thousands’ of apps for misusing data as part of its investigation into the Cambridge Analytica scandal...

The company launched a full-fledged investigation into apps on the Facebook platform in March 2018 after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

An influential senator thinks Mark Zuckerberg should be ‘held personally accountable’ for Facebook’s privacy problems, including ...

Sen. Ron Wyden said Zuckerberg lied about Facebook's privacy practices and ought to face legal consequences for that, including possible imprisonment.