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User data on the Internet: Manipulation as a business model

By Florence Schulz

European election campaigns are well underway and online votes are also being sought. In such situations, the temptation to misuse data is great, as the Cambridge Analytica scandal in the US elections demonstrated. In the EU, parties have also long relied on advanced data analysis, but is this still legal? EURACTIV Germany talked to a communication expert.

If a $5 Billion Fine Is Chump Change, How Do You Punish Facebook?

By CHARLIE WARZEL

A trivial fine would mean the government isn’t just deferential to Facebook, but that it doesn’t truly understand its power.

Regulators Around the World Are Circling Facebook

By CECILIA KANG and ADAM SATARIANO

Facebook revealed that it expected a record fine from the F.T.C. That could be one of many moves against the company by governments on four continents.

Regulators Around the World are Circling Facebook

By CECILIA KANG and ADAM SATARIANO

Facebook revealed that it expects a record fine from the F.T.C. That could be one of many moves against the company by governments on four continents.

Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws With β€˜Superficial’ Safeguards

By TIFFANY HSU and IAN AUSTEN

An investigation found that Facebook did not protect user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and has ignored recommendations since.

Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws

By TIFFANY HSU and IAN AUSTEN

An investigation by Canadian regulators found that Facebook did not protect user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and has ignored recommendations since.

Academic Behind Cambridge Analytica Data Mining Sues Facebook for Defamation

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG

Aleksandr Kogan, a former psychology professor, said Facebook defamed him when it claimed he lied about how the data was going to be used.

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