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Brad Parscale is the man behind Trump’s curtain

Either Brad Parscale made former President Donald Trump, or Trump made him.

On Feb 17, 2023 by Claire Goforth

A sad technician sits near a pile of wires and holds his head with his hands in an empty datacenter. The man is in a plundered server room.

Facebook engineers admit there’s no way to track all the data it collects on you

Two engineers said there isn't a 'single person that exists' who knows where all its user data is.

On Sep 7, 2022 by Jacob Seitz

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Hillary Clinton says Zuckerberg should ‘pay a price’ for what’s happening to democracy

Zuckerberg and Facebook have taken a lot of heat from politicians recently.

On Nov 4, 2019 by Andrew Wyrich


Facebook suspended tens of thousands of apps after Cambridge Analytica scandal

The apps were tied to only about 400 developers.

On Sep 21, 2019 by Mikael Thalen

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Emails reveal Facebook’s knowledge of Cambridge Analytica

Employees expressed concerns over the 'sketchy' data firm back in 2015.

On Aug 23, 2019 by Mikael Thalen


Here’s how much money Democratic presidential candidates are spending on Facebook

It's a political data nerd's wet dream come true

On Aug 7, 2019 by Claire Goforth

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Cambridge Analytica whistleblower is now working for H&M

Wylie is supposed to help the retail giant cater to consumers using data and AI.

On Feb 3, 2019 by Stephanie Fillion

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D.C. files suit against Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook could potentially face a fine as large as $1.7 billion

On Dec 19, 2018 by Mikael Thalen

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Judge slams ‘bikini app’ inventor who gave away crucial Facebook documents to U.K.

Ted Kramer, the founder of Six4Three, was asked to surrender his laptop and other electronic devices.

On Dec 2, 2018 by Samira Sadeque

Facebook cut off API access to Vine

Seized documents revealed Facebook floated selling data to companies for profit

Facebook demands return of documents as U.K. plans to publish

On Nov 30, 2018 by Mikael Thalen, Ellen Ioanes

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The U.K. Parliament just seized potentially damning evidence against Facebook

A U.K. politician gained access to the data from an American software company.

On Nov 25, 2018 by Samira Sadeque

Facebook will pay a $641,000 fine over its Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Facebook ponies up $640K fine for Cambridge Analytica scandal

It will reportedly cost the platform 18 minutes of earnings.

On Oct 25, 2018 by Mikael Thalen

Young people are deleting the Facebook app by the droves.

Young people are getting rid of the Facebook app in droves

It has nothing to do with politics.

On Sep 5, 2018 by Alexis Tatum

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Facebook is now being investigated by the FBI, FTC, and SEC

Why didn't Facebook disclose the data breach sooner?

On Jul 3, 2018 by Christina Bonnington

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Facebook reportedly shared friend data with companies long after it promised to stop

So much for changing its privacy policy.

On Jun 9, 2018 by Bryan Rolli