Facebook is employing some creative new tactics in its extended battle with Apple. A paid academic study concludes that Apple's new privacy policies in iOS 14 are anticompetitive.
Brands need to safeguard their social presence, protect their customers’ data and avoid account takeover fraud after massive data leaks like Facebook’s.
Facebook has now exhausted its options for legal challenges as the Irish DPC has ended its stay on the EU-US data transfer ban. The company may be ordered to stop transfers as early as this summer.
The Instagram ads varied by user but revealed things such as their location, job title, marital status, interests and even search terms they may have used in a bid to highlight Facebook’s data collection.
Hot on the heels of high-profile data scraping incidents at Facebook and LinkedIn, the personal information of about 1.3 million users of chat app Clubhouse has been found posted to a hacker forum.
Since 2019, Facebook has been talking about adding end-to-end encryption to all its messaging services. It appears that the government of the United Kingdom would prefer that these plans go no further.
After a months-long campaign against the Apple privacy update that impacts personalized advertising, Facebook has shown what appears to be a conciliatory tone.
Facebook insiders comment on the battle against Apple's IDFA tracking changes. Biggest concern is that it will lose the ability to track the connection between ads shown on Facebook and sales made elsewhere.