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Facebook gave phone makers broad access to data on users, friends: NYT

The New York Times yesterday revealed the partnerships, shedding new light on the social media giant's behaviour related to customer data in the wake of a scandal involving the British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.

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GDPR : EU's New Data Protection Law Will Affect Indian Software Companies Too

The article looks at various aspects of how the GDPR is going to determine the fate India software sector even as it tries to unravel other related repercussions of whether it will open a challenge or comes as the blessing in disguise by weaning out the wheat from chaff!

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Scandal-Tainted Cambridge Analytica Announces Closure

In a statement, Cambridge Analytica said it would immediately cease operations and bankruptcy proceedings would soon begin

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Facebook Data Leak Scandal-Hit Cambridge Analytica To Shut Down

Cambridge Analytica, the UK-based political consulting firm at the heart of the massive data breach of Facebook users worldwide, announced it is shutting down.

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Involvement In India Will Be Investigated: Cambridge Analytica

A spokesperson for the company yesterday said that while CA was focussed purely on the US market, its global arm SCL Elections handled other regions

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Facebook Committed To Ensure Integrity Of Elections In India, Other Countries: Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg, who is also the CEO of Facebook, said data privacy and foreign interference in elections were topics that they have discussed at the Facebook board meeting

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Data Leak: Facebook Says 5.62 Lakh People Potentially Affected In India

A Facebook spokesperson said that while 335 people in India were directly affected through an app installation, another 562,120 people were potentially affected as friends of those users

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Cambridge Analytica Asks For More Time On Govt's Data Breach Notice

Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the centre of Facebook users' data breach scandal, has sought one more week to respond to government's notice on whether it was involved in misuse of data to profile Indians and influence their voting behaviour.

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How Public Is Your Private Data On Facebook

After realizing what was going on Facebook, government came into action and banned Cambridge Analytica, but it was too late. Facebook users have paid the price of using its services for free

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UK Regulators Search Cambridge Analytica Offices

The High Court granted the raid request less than an hour earlier, as Denham investigates claims that Cambridge Analytica may have illegally harvested Facebook data for political ends

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