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'Utterly horrifying': ex-Facebook insider says covert data harvesting was routine | News | The Guardian

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Publication Date: 2018-03-20
Sandy Parakilas says numerous companies deployed these techniques – likely affecting hundreds of millions of users – and that Facebook looked the other way Hundreds of millions of Facebook users are likely to have had their private information harvested by companies that exploited the same terms as the firm that collected data and passed it on to Cambridge Analytica, according to a new whistleblower. Sandy Parakilas, the platform operations manager at Facebook responsible for policing data ...
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Most Facebook users in US are still loyal to the firm, despite privacy scandal, study finds | Daily Mail Online

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Publication Date: 2018-05-06
US Facebook users haven't been deterred by the firm's massive data scandal. Three-quarters of Facebook users have remained as active, or even more active, on the site since the Cambridge Analytica scandal first developed in March, a new poll conducted by Reuters and Ipsos has found. The social media giant has been on the hot seat since it was revealed earlier this year that more than 87 million users' data had been harvested without their knowledge by Trump-affiliated research firm Cambridg...
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Pig.gi rewards - Lock screen - Apps on Google Play

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What do you get with Pig.gi? Earn airtime top-ups and movie tickets. What do you have to do? Every time you look at your phone, you’ll see the latest news, trending stories, interesting articles, and ads from brands that you care about. Swipe left to see more, or swipe right to unlock your phone right away. Either way, you earn. Tip : When you share Pig.gi with friends and they register with your referral code, you earn big time! Pig.gi shows you all the relevant things your want t...
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Daily Research News Online no. 26190 - Facebook Suspends Apps in Data Abuse Audit

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Facebook Suspends Apps in Data Abuse Audit Facebook says it has suspended around 200 potentially 'suspicious' apps that may have misused people's data, following an audit prompted by it relationship with UK-based data firm Cambridge Analytica. Cambridge Analytica has been accused of illegally collecting Facebook profiles which could be matched to electoral rolls. The problems centre around data provided by users of a personality quiz app, thisisyourdigitallife, created by Global Science R...

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