The dating app was included on a new list of online services that must provide user data on demand to Russian intelligence agencies.
They're collecting your data. All of it.
You'll be able to stop Facebook from linking browsing data with your account.
The Facebook CEO equivocated on enacting the same laws in the U.S.
Russia could be storing some of the harvested data, too, said Christopher Wylie, who helped found the political research firm.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg issued an apology for the company’s mishandling of the Cambridge Analytica privacy breach.
We've been burned many times before. Why should we trust Facebook again?
Trump's team reportedly partnered with Cambridge Analytica as early as 2014 and tested slogans like "drain the swamp."
Maybe the death of privacy isn’t quite so near.
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