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Fine in Cambridge Analytica settlement should have been closer to $100 million, about $4.9 billion less than it paid, shareholders allege.
Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg's relationship status has changed to enemies.
Researchers at New York University are using a browser plug-in to gather info on how political advertisements are being targeted on Facebook. The social network insists they stop.
The social network's own oversight board is expected to launch in mid- to late October.
Alexander Nix ran the UK political consulting company, which was linked to Donald Trump's US presidential campaign in 2016.
Campaigns use cellphone data to raise money, find and persuade new voters and encourage their base to vote.
The Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab takes CNET to the front lines of the political disinformation war raging on social media.
The social network allegedly violated the privacy of more than 311,100 Australian users.
The social network is coughing up the money but denies liability.
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He was banned from Facebook after his revelations unleashed the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Now Wylie is finding hope in AI.
The social network fought against a fine related to the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.