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Airtel, Saavn got special access to users’ data even after 2015: Facebook

Facebook’s data controversy is engulfing numerous companies including many renowned ones in India. India’s largest telecom Bharti Airtel and music streaming app Saavn were among the firms that could have accessed data of Facebook even after 2015. This revelation has come to light based on...

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FB reveals CA harvested data of up to 87 mn people

MUMBAI: The Cambridge Analytica (CA) data breach row continues to loom over social media giant Facebook. Revealing a far higher figure of affected users than the estimated 50 million, the company itself confessed that the data of up to 87 million users may have been improperly shared. Admitting in...

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Facebook data fiasco gets murkier

Data has been touted as costlier than oil in the new digital era. While it may not be the case, the Cambridge Analytica (CA) data scandal has at least indicated that it is partially true. Raising questions on users’ data security on social media platforms, the controversy has dented Facebook’s...

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Mark Zuckerberg says 'sorry' for Facebook's privacy crisis

MUMBAI: Mark Zuckerberg has finally broken his silence five days after the Cambridge Analytica data scandal engulfed Facebook over the weekend.The Facebook CEO pledged on Wednesday to take a series of steps to protect data and fix what he called a "breach of trust" between the social network and...

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