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Instagram is asking all its European users to agree to its updated terms and conditions, and anyone who goes through it might notice one strange update: The company is tracking the way you tap and scroll through the app.
An Amazon Echo eavesdropped on its owners, Essential wants to sell itself, and Silicon Valley execs gathered in France.
Mark Zuckerberg said the ‘vast majority’ of people actively opt into one of Facebook’s most invasive features
This is the week that Facebook ought to be dreading, when European legislation gives millions of its users the power to say "No thanks" to the social network's most invasive data gathering features. But according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, most people don't care.
Uber’s CEO said a move to grab power from Travis Kalanick means the board is no longer fighting over control
Uber's divided board is divided no longer, according to chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi. Speaking at the VivaTech event in Paris on Thursday afternoon, Khosrowshahi said one of his first actions when taking on the role of CEO was to fix the company's governance issues.
Here’s why Silicon Valley CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg and Dara Khosrowshahi decided to hang out in France
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella are all having a lovely trip to Paris right now. The trio are some of the biggest and wealthiest execs in tech.
Facebook is asking people to review their privacy settings — here’s how to navigate the notifications
Facebook has started asking users to go through their settings and make sure they're happy with the data they are handing over.
Publicis, one of the four global ad agency holding groups, today launched its ambitious artificial intelligence platform Marcel in partnership with Microsoft. The ad group will be hoping Marcel can knit together the diverse talent across its agencies, as the wider industry undergoes a major shift.
‘Christ, this guy has the fate of European democracy in his hands’: Lawmakers are worried Mark Zuckerberg still doesn’t understand F...
Facebook has the power to influence democracy around the world — and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has no idea how to handle it. That's the worry for lawmakers after Zuckerberg appeared before European Parliament in Brussels late on Tuesday.
Anyone who accuses someone of sexual assault is automatically covered by a UK law which protects alleged victims from having their identities revealed. Lifelong anonymity applies even if a court finds the accused not guilty.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg agreed to travel to Europe this week to face questions from senior European politicians about the Cambridge Analytica data leak, and the social network's attitude to privacy.