Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has bowed to pressure and agreed to allow his testimony before the European Parliament on Tuesday to be streamed live on the web.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will face MEPs’ questions following the Cambridge Analytica scandal in the European Parliament, its president said on Wednesday.
Under proposed new rules, informants would be protected from being fired or demoted
Facebook’s two billion users may get the full benefit of the European Union’s stringent data protection regulations
While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces a Senate grilling, Euronews looks at how far the EU's new data protection law would go to protect those online.
The testimony marks the first time that 33-year-old Zuckerberg has faced Congress.
How Cambridge Analytica accessed the user profiles of 87 million people and what they did with your data, explained.
Facebook suspended the account of Canadian political consultancy firm AggregateIQ over presumed ties with Cambridge Analytica and improper access to user data.
Want to delete your Facebook account? You might run into more trouble than you thought as it turns out erasing all traces of a Facebook account is almost impossible..
Facebook's chief executive officer says the company didn't do enough to prevent users' information being improperly shared with political research firm, Cambridge Analytica.