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A round-up of this year's some of the biggest data breaches and misinformation sources that questioned an individual's privacy and even at times threatened human life.
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Scandals surrounding Facebook started surfacing in such higher frequencies that industry observers began questioning if the social media giant would be able to survive in the long term.
The fine amount by the UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) was the maximum it is authorised to issue.
In an interview with CNN late on Tuesday, he said this was not the time for him to quit as Facebook shares ended at $132.43 -- down 40 per cent from its peak in July.
In an interview with news website Axios being broadcast Sunday on HBO television, Cook said he expected the US Congress would take up the matter.
A New York Times investigation suggested that the social network hired a Republican-owned political consulting and PR firm that "dug up dirt on its competitors".
In the January-June 2018 period, Facebook provided some data to the government in 53 per cent of the requests.
It also said Facebook has at times smeared critics as anti-Semitic or tried to link activists to billionaire investor George Soros, and tried to shift public anger away toward rival tech companies.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said engineers discovered the breach on Tuesday, and patched it on Thursday night.
Acton alleged that Zuckerberg was in a rush to make money from the messaging service and undermine elements of its encryption technology.
Facebook stock is currently down about 6 percent this year, after six years of stellar gains.
As countries over the world including India face elections amid the spread of fake news and political interference on social media platforms, Zuckerberg has asked for some more time.
The Facebook investigation was prompted by a tip from cybersecurity firm FireEye regarding a collection of "Liberty Front Press" pages at the social network and other online services.
After the remarks caused a backlash on social media, he was forced to backtrack, saying if any post advocated violence or hate against a group, it would be removed.