In recent times the massive data leak at Facebook & the Cambridge Analytica fiasco shook the world. Post which Mark Zuckergburg, the CEO of Facebook was called for an hearing by the US Congress.
What came out from the testimony of Zuckerberg has made the common people question Facebook and it’s practices even further.
Here are what people are talking about #FacebookHearing on Twitter:
— Marvin Stone (@MarvinStone) April 11, 2018
If nothing else convinces you that tech education is imp "hopefully" today's hearings will. Even if folks don't go into tech it's vitally important that future generations understand 'how tech works'. As one of my fav sayings goes—"code or be coded"- Rushkoff #FacebookHearing
— Kimberly Bryant (@6Gems) April 10, 2018
— Matthijs Pontier (@Matthijs85) April 11, 2018
Will do best to maintain integrity of elections in India: Facebook CEO #MarkZuckerberg to US lawmakers
— Times of India (@timesofindia) April 11, 2018
#FacebookDataLeak #FacebookHearing #CambridgeAnalytica#MarkZuckerberg says @facebook will do best to protect the integrity of elections in India, US, Pakistan https://t.co/qFNLo8OYVx via @TOIWorld pic.twitter.com/lvTaczqXRD
— Times of India (@timesofindia) April 12, 2018
The biggest damage done by Facebook isn't data mining. More damage is done by Facebook algorithms which give users news and opinion they are predisposed to agree with already. #FacebookDataBreach #facebook
— Michael de Adder (@deAdder) April 5, 2018
Facebook: "This is their information. They own it"
BBC: "And you won’t sell it?"
FB: "No! Of course not."
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) March 27, 2018
"…the raw data that @Facebook uses to create user-interest inferences is not available to users. It’s data about them, but it’s not their data."- @alexismadrigal, on point, as usual. https://t.co/5TGGjYos4s pic.twitter.com/faWoWlyLEt
— Alex Howard (@digiphile) April 12, 2018
— mala bhargava (@malabhargava) April 12, 2018
This is one of the biggest scandals of this era. The big question remains “How will this be fixed?”
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