TEHRAN, Jun 1-Facebook’s lawyer has denied the social media platform invaded American users’ privacy when it allowed their personal data to be slurped up by Cambridge Analytica, claiming they had no privacy to begin with. No crime, no victims?
News ID: 40193 Publish Date : 2019/06/01
TEHRAN, May 16 - Facebook cracks down on widespread Israel-linked activity, which it found to be in breach of other subscribers’ privacy and in the service of promoting hate speech.
News ID: 39442 Publish Date : 2019/05/16
TEHRAN, May 09 - One of Facebook’s co-founders has called CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s power “unprecedented and un-American,” adding that Facebook should be broken up into multiple companies.
News ID: 39098 Publish Date : 2019/05/09
TEHRAN, May 08 - Facebook has chosen London as its base for a payment system on WhatsApp, its mobile messaging service confirmed Wednesday, highlighting the capital's attractiveness as a fintech hub despite Brexit strains.
News ID: 39050 Publish Date : 2019/05/08
TEHRAN, Apr 18 - US social media giant Facebook has banned several high-profile far-right groups in Britain from its platforms for "engaging in hate and violence" against others.
News ID: 38088 Publish Date : 2019/04/18
TEHRAN, Apr 08 - New Zealand's official privacy watchdog on Monday described Facebook as "morally bankrupt" and suggested his country follow neighboring Australia's lead by making laws that could jail executives over streamed violence such as the Christchurch mosque shootings.
News ID: 37602 Publish Date : 2019/04/08
TEHRAN, Mar30-Facebook has promised to explore restrictions on live-streaming, two weeks after it was used during gun attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.
News ID: 37243 Publish Date : 2019/03/30
TEHRAN, Mar 20 -Facebook has stated that nobody reported the videos of the shooter who livestreamed his terrorist attacks on two Christchurch, New Zealand mosques until minutes after the attack had ended.
News ID: 37004 Publish Date : 2019/03/20
TEHRAN, Mar 09 - Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren vowed on Friday to break up Amazon, Google and Facebook if elected US president to promote competition in the technology sector.
News ID: 36555 Publish Date : 2019/03/09
TEHRAN, Jan 19 - US regulators are contemplating the record-setting penalty because they allege the social media giant violated an agreement with the government to protect the privacy of its users' personal information, the Washington Post reported.
News ID: 34275 Publish Date : 2019/01/19
TEHRAN, November 08 - Facebook has taken on a long-term lease in Dublin which will quadruple the floor space at its international headquarters and allow the company to more than double its current staff of over 4,000.
News ID: 31255 Publish Date : 2018/11/08
TEHRAN, November 06 - Facebook has admitted that its social media platform did not do enough to prevent incitement of violence and hate speech in Myanmar amid ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims in the Southeast Asian country.
News ID: 31192 Publish Date : 2018/11/06
TEHRAN, October 27 -Social media giant Facebook deletes 82 accounts, calling them “Iran-linked” ones engaging in politically-charged “divisive” activity.
News ID: 30671 Publish Date : 2018/10/27
TEHRAN, October 24 -Social media companies Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc have not detected Chinese meddling in the 2018 U.S. elections, Bloomberg reported.
News ID: 30582 Publish Date : 2018/10/24
TEHRAN, September 25 - A court in southern Vietnam has sentenced an activist to 27 months in prison for Facebook posts that judges say insulted the ruling Communist Party and government and called for anti-government protests.
News ID: 29230 Publish Date : 2018/09/25
Facebook, the world's largest social media company, has confirmed that at least four Chinese firms have been granted limited access by the social media company to Facebook members’ data.
News ID: 23994 Publish Date : 2018/06/06
TEHRAN, June 05 - Silicon Valley social media giants may face millions of dollars in penalties from two lawsuits filed in Seattle, Washington, arguing that they have failed to comply with state and local laws on election advertising.
News ID: 23917 Publish Date : 2018/06/05
TEHRAN, May 22 - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces senior European Union lawmakers later Tuesday to answer questions about a scandal over the alleged misuse of the data of millions of Facebook users.
News ID: 23237 Publish Date : 2018/05/22
TEHRAN, May 18 - Italy's anti-establishment Five Star Movement on Friday published a policy program for government drafted with the far-right League, taking the parties a step closer to ending months of stalema
News ID: 23117 Publish Date : 2018/05/18
TEHRAN, May 15 - The Facebook scandal has laid bare the urgency of protecting personal information in a digital "jungle," the EU's justice minister said before new European data rules become law.
News ID: 22945 Publish Date : 2018/05/15