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Facebook employees had unfettered access to hundreds of millions of users’ unencrypted passwords for years
Another day, another massive privacy scandal at Facebook — this time, around unencrypted passwords.
"If privacy matters in your life, it should matter to the phone your life is on," Apple says in the new privacy-focused ad.
Facebook is reportedly under criminal investigation over deals that gave Apple, Amazon, and other companies access to user data
Facebook is under criminal investigation over deals that it allowed partners to access user data — and not always with consent.
Mark Zuckerberg says he wants Facebook to pivot to privacy. But Facebook is also quietly lobbying against laws giving users more control of their data...
Facebook has been lobbying against EU laws which would force companies to get consent from users before accessing data from their private messages.
The most important things to know about Mark Zuckerberg’s 3,200-word plan to refocus Facebook on privacy
Zuckerberg said Facebook would begin by making messages encrypted by default, and automatically deleting them after a period of time.
Facebook has been working to expand business in China, but Mark Zuckerberg's new note on privacy suggests that Facebook won't build data centers there
Mark Zuckerberg paints a biting contrast between Facebook and Apple on privacy, saying his company has sacrificed business to protect users
Facebook won't open data centers in countries with poor human-rights records, Zuckerberg said, drawing an implicit comparison with Apple.
Facebook says it will move to encrypted, auto-deleting messages — and warns that some countries might decide to ban it
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook wants to be a "privacy-focused communications platform" — despite all its privacy scandals.
Your iPhone keeps a detailed list of every location you frequent — here’s how to delete your history and shut the feature off for good
The little-known "Significant Locations" list tracks everywhere you've been and how often you go there. But there's a way to delete your history.
The Facebook study showed that new privacy laws in the EU have eased data protection fears.