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Facebook fined $6m for sharing users’ info without consent

South Korea’s information watchdog on Wednesday fined Facebook Inc. 6.7 billion won (US$6 million) for passing information of at least 3.3 million South Koreans to other companies in its first ...

In this file photo taken on 16 May 2018 a figurine carrying the logo of social network Facebook is viewed in Paris. Facebook said 20 November 2018 users were having trouble accessing the social network and its other applications such as Instagram, but did not explain the cause of the outages. Photo: AFP

Victims lament real-world violence fuelled by social media

Facebook and other social platforms, which are also often used to organise peaceful events and pro-democracy movements, have been condemned for failing to stop a range of abusive and hateful content ...

A 3D printed Facebook logo

Facebook to match $7m in donation to US nonprofits

Facebook on Monday kicked off its season of giving campaign, announcing that it will match up to $7 million in eligible donations to US nonprofits made on its platform

In this file photo taken on 16 May 2018 a figurine carrying the logo of social network Facebook is viewed in Paris. Facebook said 20 November 2018 users were having trouble accessing the social network and its other applications such as Instagram, but did not explain the cause of the outages. Photo: AFP

Apple to press ahead on mobile privacy, despite Facebook protests

Apple confirmed Thursday it would press ahead with mobile software changes that limit tracking for targeted advertising—a move that has prompted complaints from Facebook and others

Chairman, chief executive, and co-founder of the social networking website Facebook Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a press conference presenting Samsung`s new Galaxy 7 mobile device, on the eve of the official opening of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 21 February. Photo: AFP

Jagannath student was in hiding, not missing: CID

The police appealed to the court for three-day remand of the student and her husband in the case filed at Paltan police station under the Digital Security Act

CID press briefing on Thursday, 12 November 2020

Facebook officially releases Reels, Shop tabs in Instagram

Facebook on Thursday announced two big changes to Instagram in the form of a Reels tab and a Shop tab

In this file photo taken on 16 May 2018 a figurine carrying the logo of social network Facebook is viewed in Paris. Facebook said 20 November 2018 users were having trouble accessing the social network and its other applications such as Instagram, but did not explain the cause of the outages. Photo: AFP

Collect revenues from Google, Facebook, their ilk: HC

The High Court on Sunday issued a 5-point directive to collect all kinds of due revenues, including value added tax (VAT) and tax, from internet based companies including Facebook, Google

Collect revenues from Google, Facebook, their ilk: HC

Antitrust probe: US FTC could sue Facebook by Nov end

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) could file a lawsuit against Facebook alleging antitrust violations before the end of this month, news website Politico reported

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Facebook Inc`s annual F8 developers conference in San Jose

France sees smoother trade ties with US if Biden triumphs

France expects smoother trade relations with the United States should Democratic contender Joe Biden win the presidential vote, with greater alignment on sustainable development and more multilateral ...

French president Emmanuel Macron, flanked by French Minister of the Economy, Finance, and Recovery Bruno Le Maire and French Junior Minister of Foreign Trade Franck Riester, chairs a video conference with foreign companies' executives to market France as Europe's next business destination after the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis, at the Elysee presidential Palace in Paris, France on 6 November 2020

Interview: Mahfuz Anam

'Journalism faces a great opportunity for change'

Mahfuz Anam speaks in an interview with Prothom Alo about journalism in this country, as well as the challenges and possibilities that lie ahead.

Mahfuz Anam
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