What's the cost for Facebook's massive data privacy breach that's rocked the company in the past year? Facebook thinks it could be as much as $5 billion dollars.
Wall Street edged lower after a choppy session on Tuesday. Investor concerns over mixed economic data and falling consumer discretionary stocks offset calming comments from the Federal Reserve.
Including health and other sensitive data, than had previously been known.
A round-up of this year's some of the biggest #databreaches and #fakenews sources that questioned an individual's #privacy and even at times threatened human life.
Facebook produced another stellar earnings report in the first quarter on Wednesday, despite facing its biggest challenge ever from a major data breach scandal.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg emerged from 10 hours of questions over two days from nearly 100 U.S. lawmakers largely unscathed.
Testifying before US senators in the wake of Facebook's data breach scandal and foreign interference in election, Zuckerberg has told them that his company will do everything to ensure fair elections.
It was also reported that Facebook was making changes to protect the user's personal information.
Facebook makes it difficult for users to delete their accounts, instead of pushing them towards “deactivation” of their account, which eventually leaves all personal data on the company’s servers.
Zuckerberg broke his silence on Wednesday, acknowledging his company made mistakes in handling data belonging to 50 million of its users and promising tougher step.
Japan's third-largest steelmaker is in crisis mode as a ballooning scandal over the quality of its products throws into question the safety of countless products from cars to space rockets.
President Trump blasting U.S. states who are refusing to submit voter data for a Trump White House probe into his unfounded claims of voter fraud in the 2016 elections. Alva French reports.