2020-08-07@16:10:01 GMT
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reports that Facebook:

    It’s no secret that Facebook has a less than stellar track record when it comes to privacy matters, and in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal — which cost the company a cool $5 billion — the platform has been making a concerted effort to be more transparent around the way it handles user data. From now, that will include reporting to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) — the very body that originally levied the enormous fine. In a blog post, Facebook’s chief privacy officer Michel Protti says that the platform has created an official page where it will share regular updates about its privacy work, “from in-depth posts on some of the hard technical questions we encounter, to...
    The owner of a well-known popcorn maker in Michigan has been forced to sell back his business following a social media firestorm over his comments that appeared to support police brutality, according to reports. Evan Singer is “no longer affiliated with or employed” by the Detroit Popcorn Company following a since-deleted comment posted on a Facebook profile under the pseudonym Even Sangria, the Detroit Press reports. “They wonder why they need knee’s in there necks,” the comment read. The company’s former owner, David Farber, is now taking back the reigns after selling it to Singer some 18 months ago, the newspaper reports. “I was very disheartened and disappointed in what Mr. Singer wrote on Facebook,” Farber said in a news...