The #DeleteFacebook hashtag is gaining momentum among a lot of users as well. This upcoming tool will help users manage their information on the social network, and even delete the data they don't want anyone to see.
Facebook is adjusting how it operates in an apparent attempt to assuage concerns that it stockpiles too much information about users, and most importantly to stay a step ahead of officials looking to write regulations. This could reduce the spread of false news image memes that live on Facebook and require no extra clicks to view, like doctored photos showing the Parkland school shooting survivors ripping up the constitution. Carefully, and only after you've downloaded all your data. In addition, Facebook aims to make downloading data shared easier for its users. Marketers often rely on getting their promotional content to the right people - those, based on data, most likely to appreciate whatever is being sold or publicized. Many video players can't play those, though the popular VLC free program can handle it.
Facebook has acknowledged the matter and has started an investigation into the same.
Uber Self-Driving Car Crash May Be Due to LIDAR Blind Spot
During the night of the accident, Herzberg was crossing a divided four-lane road, her bicycle beside her, when the SUV stuck her. In the dash camera video released by police, you can see the Uber vehicle collide with a passing cyclist.
Facebook's new Privacy Shortcuts are just one of the steps that CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined in a statement following the revelation that millions of people's Facebook data had been shared inappropriately outside of the company's ecosystem.
This is another skeleton that has emerged from this ongoing data scandal that came to light earlier last week. While 270,000 users had authorized an academic to use their data for research purposes, according to reports, the researcher allegedly violated privacy rules when he handed the data off to Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook adjusted the privacy settings on its service on Wednesday, giving users control over their personal information in fewer taps.
Broncos trade draft picks for safety Su'a Cravens
The Denver Broncos have acquired defensive back Su'a Cravens from the Washington Redskins , according to ESPN's Adam Schefter . Cravens had to be talked out of retiring in early September during a meeting with team President Bruce Allen.
On the desktop version, Facebook has already made some small but crucial changes to its settings menu including the removal of the Apps others use section which outlined the personal information that your friends could be sharing about you through the apps they used. Facebook had assured users that third-party applications only had access to data required for them to function, while, in fact, the applications had access to nearly all of a user's personal information.
The scandal has moved much beyond the United States and the UK.
In the 2011 case, the agency alleged in an eight-count draft complaint that Facebook had broken its promise that users could keep their information on Facebook private. "We'll also update our data policy to better spell out what data we collect and how we use it", Erin Egan, VP and chief privacy officer of policy and Ashlie Beringer, VP and deputy general counsel said.
Discovery of potential new major organ in human body
Before the pancreas and the bile duct were removed, patients underwent confocal microscopy for live tissue imaging. It was a series of interconnected cavities in this submucosal tissue level that not match any known anatomy .
Facebook is struggling to respond to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which has prompted an outcry from lawmakers, investors and privacy advocates.