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Google Tracks and Stores Your Location Even With Location History Turned Off
Even if you’ve taken steps to limit the company’s location-data collection, they can create a timeline of your activity based on your location.
Cambridge Analytica Shuts Down
The now-infamous data firm is closing its doors amid the ongoing Facebook scandal.
Does Anyone Want to Hear My Internal Voice? Anyone?
Researchers at MIT invented a device that lets you … hear your own thoughts. And maybe talk to Alexa.
Facebook to Let All Users Unsend Messages After Letting Zuckerberg Do It
Some users have reported that old messages from Mark Zuckerberg have vanished from their Facebook in-boxes.
Facebook Estimates Cambridge Analytica Had Data on 87 Million Americans
The new statistic is buried at the bottom of its latest changes.
As Facebook Fears Mount, Zuckerberg Apologizes in Ad Blitz
The company lost nearly $50 billion in stock value last week following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Mark Zuckerberg: ‘I Actually Am Not Sure We Shouldn’t Be Regulated’
The CEO stumbled through his first TV interview since the scandal broke.
Mark Zuckerberg Breaks Silence On Cambridge Analytica
Developers will be allowed to pull less data and unused apps will lose access.
Cambridge Analytica Whistle-blower Kicked Off Tinder Too
The dating app is linked to Facebook, which booted Wylie earlier this week.
Cambridge Analytica Suspends CEO Alexander Nix
Whatever Cambridge Analytica Has Done to the U.S., It’s Done Worse Elsewhere
Tech companies and political consultants love countries that lack privacy regulations.
Facebook Haunted by Its Handling of 2016 Election Meddling
The reported exit of security chief Alex Stamos sheds light on Facebook’s approach to the Cambridge Analytica and Russian-disinformation scandals.
Cambridge Analytica CEO Proposes Bribes, Entrapment in Undercover Footage
It’s gonna be hard to spin this one.
U.K. Seeks Seizure of Cambridge Analytica Servers As Facebook Announces Audit
The latest in the saga.
The Most Important Things to Understand About Facebook and Cambridge Analytica
Cambridge Analytica was using Facebook exactly as Facebook is designed — and that’s the problem.
Trump’s Data Firm Exploited Private Information From Millions of Facebook Users
Cambridge Analytica, which has finally been suspended by Facebook, is even shadier than we thought.
Cambridge Analytica Denies Working With Russia, Unconvincingly
The most overlooked channel of Trump-Russia cooperation comes into clearer focus with new reporting.