Thursday, June 13, 2024

Tag: Meta

The US Supreme Court will decide Facebook's fate in a massive data-harvesting scandal following a class-action lawsuit alleging that Meta gave up to 87 million customers' personal information to other parties, including Cambridge Analytica, on June 10.
According to data from companies like Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft, the largest cloud players, Microsoft and Amazon, have hundreds of data centers to meet growing commercial needs. The Big...
Former CIA Agent Aaron Berman, who served at the CIA between March 2002 and July 2019, takes over election policing at Facebook. Aaron Berman, a 17-year veteran of the...
Meta's Chief Product Officer, Chris Cox, revealed the launch of a Twitter clone with the code name "Project 92." The public name for this project could be "Threads." Today, Meta employees were shown...
Zuckerberg's Instagram-facilitated massive paedophile network as Instagram's own algorithms were promoting paedophile content to other paedophiles. A comprehensive investigation by the Wall Street Journal and the Stanford Internet Observatory reveals that Meta-owned Instagram has been home to...
Meta's global team derailed WhatsApp India's payment ambitions, as everything had to go through the global headquarters. This led to the departure of senior executives Abhijit Bose, Manesh Mahatme, and Vinay Choletti from the organization last year.
If a bill, sponsored by Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, D-Oakland, passes, Meta threatens to pull news content in California unless it pays publishers. Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, threatened to remove news...
According to investigative journalist Lee Fang, Google, Meta, and Amazon have been hiring low-paid foreign workers following layoffs in the United States. Some of the biggest companies in tech including Google, Meta, Amazon, Microsoft,...
In its first-quarter earnings report on Wednesday, Meta revealed that Zuckerberg's Metaverse has taken a $4 billion loss.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has fined Meta €265 million for a data scraping leak that exposed the personal information of EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders, Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, and dozens of other EU officials.