Here’s What Facebook Says It’s Doing to Protect Election Security

Earlier today, members of Facebook’s staff held a small press event with a status update on efforts to prevent its platform from being weaponized to influence major national events like elections. Last year, Facebook came under fire when it was revealed that it had been weaponized by foreign actors to spread misinformation and divisive content in hopes of […]

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Facebook Will Limit Data Available to Advertisers

Facebook announced yesterday that it will be shuttering Partner Categories: the product that allows third-party data providers to supplement advertisers with targeting information directly through Facebook. In the announcement, Facebook noted that “this is common industry practice,” but will still shutter the product to “help improve people €™s privacy on Facebook.” Source: Facebook For Facebook and […]

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Facebook Is Updating Its Privacy Tools. Here’s a Look at What to Expect.

Facebook announced this morning that it will roll out changes to its privacy tools to make them clearer and easier to find. The announcement, penned by Facebook’s VP and Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan and VP/Deputy General Counsel Ashlie Beringer, led with an acknowledgment of how confusing the privacy tools were previously — with a claim that the new […]

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