Published: Thu, April 12, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

How to tell if Facebook data was compromised by Cambridge Analytica

How to tell if Facebook data was compromised by Cambridge Analytica

"Those questions have included whether Facebook can track users' browsing activity even after the user has logged off of Facebook, whether Facebook can track your activity across devices even when you are not logged into Facebook", she listed.

He's about two billion pounds richer after yesterday's hearing - with Facebook stock (of which he has loads) rocketing in value.

The founder of Facebook has told USA senators that his company in an "arms race" with Russian Federation.

But senators showed no sign of doing anything as useful as that, so Zuck's net worth has soared. "Facebook is a powerful tool for people to stay connected to the people they love, for making their voices heard, and for build communities and businesses", said Zuckerberg, while admitting that Facebook "didn't do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm". He also said that the firm will be increasing resources to investigate apps and take appropriate actions. I started Facebook and I run it.

Zuckerberg paused for a full eight seconds, chuckled, grimaced before ultimately responding with "no".

Mr Zuckerberg said the company was now developing new tools to identify fake accounts. "Going to solve this one", read Zuckerberg's notes under the heading "Accountability" and the bullet point "Resign?"

"There are people in Russian Federation whose job it is to try to exploit our systems and other internet systems".

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During his testimony, CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized for sharing the information of 87 million users with the political research group Cambridge Analytica.

"It's not enough to give people control over their information, we have to make sure the developers they share it with protect their information too", he said. According to Greene, the program is meant to reward people who can spot and report data breaches of app developers on Facebook's platform.

However, he spun off the last part of his statement with a very valid question- of the challenges we face today when it comes to data, its storage, and privacy.

If your data was swept up by Cambridge Analytica, you'll get a message saying that "We have banned the website 'This Is Your Digital Life, ' which one of your friends used Facebook to log into".

When you're getting owned by Getty, you know you're in trouble.

When pressed, the 33-year-old billionaire tech titan said he would welcome regulation, if it was the "right regulation", though he avoided specifics.

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