Another Personality Quiz Exposed The Facebook Data Of Three Million People
16 May, 2018, 15:02 | Author: Mable Gonzales
Those changes, according to Facebook, significantly reduced the amount of data that apps could access. Facebook has so far suspended 200 apps that could be involved in data harvesting in this manner.
In the latest of a string of security breaches, a report from New Scientist has revealed a popular personality app insufficiently protected the "anonymous" data of participants.
The political data firm announced earlier this month that it was shutting down and filing for bankruptcy, claiming the negative press made business impossible.
After receiving the letter, the Committee insisted that Facebook's answers did not fully answer the questions with sufficient detail or data evidence, and that it would be writing to the company again to address these significant gaps. They had been passed from a university lecturer to some students for a course project on creating a tool for processing Facebook data.
Facebook is auditing each and every app that has access to the data of its over 2 billion users and has already suspended 200 apps which failed to comply with its policies, the social media giant said on Monday.
Afghanistan: 9 killed in Jalalabad attack
Earlier, he said the attack had been carried out by four attackers and that there had been two explosions. Officials are concerned that a low voter turnout will undermine the credibility of the poll.
Three million user accounts have reportedly been compromised in a new Facebook data leak incident.
Thankfully - unlike the app at the centre of the Cambridge Analytica debacle - the myPersonality app did not also collect the data of users' Facebook friends, otherwise the number of people put at risk would likely have been even worse.
FacebookCEO Mark Zuckerberg has no plans as of now to face members of a British parliamentary committee probing the misuse of the firm's data its practice of collecting user information, the media reported. The growing use of social networking opened the door to the misuse of personal information via identity theft, cyberstalking, content-based image retrieval, privacy invasion, and more. The data of these users profiles was not only shared with the Cambridge researchers, the data was available to anyone wanting to access it.
While it's unclear whether Zuckerberg will appear before the United Kingdom government, either via video or in real life, MPs are studying Facebook's answers to their questions.
Four straight pole winners have won the race, including Power, who has won all three from the No. 1 starting position. James Hinchcliffe will start in fourth to give Schmidt-Peterson a strong outlook heading into Saturday's Grand Prix.
Lethal Weapon has gone from being in serious jeopardy to scoring a surprise season three renewal thanks to a shrewd re-casting. The show's return next year may affect the future of Gotham and its chances of a fifth season .
The Russian bombers never entered U.S. airspace, the spokesman for the North American Aerospace Defense Command told CNN . NATO naval officials in late 2017 also reported Russian submarines probing underseas data cables in the North Atlantic.
The tightening market has just about solved the global supply overhang that has weighed down oil prices between 2014 and 2017. Iran now provides approximately 4 percent of global crude supplies and is the third-biggest manufacturer in the OPEC.
The church attacks occurred within minutes of each other, according to Surabaya police spokesman Frans Barung Mangera . The family was one among hundreds in Indonesia , who had returned from Syria and has observed the IS occupation there.
City are due to celebrate their title success with an open-top bus parade through the streets of Manchester today. Arsenal finished sixth in the Premier League - the lowest under Wenger, who will stay working.
Ryan told the Eurovision cameras backstage how it was impossible to describe the feeling of being called up for the final. The Czech Republic's Mikolas Josef has progressed to Saturday's final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.
The U.S. exit, together with its threaten to sanction companies economically involved with Tehran, has sparked outrage in Europe. The sanctions will target critical sectors of Iran's economy, including petrochemicals, energy and finance.
Most analysts believe that at least some nations will ignore the new American sanctions and continue buying Iranian crude . The leaders of Britain, France and Germany tried but failed to persuade Trump to stick with the deal.
OIC to meet in Istanbul Friday to mull Israel violence
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim earlier said Turkey is calling on Muslim countries to reconsider relations with Israel. According to the latest information, 100 Palestinians were killed in the clashes, more than 2,700 were injured.
Race for governor leads Pa. primary ballot
For races related to Pennsylvania's General Assembly, there are no contests in the primary for either Democrats or Republicans. But the results will clearly affect the ideological makeup of the party's November field, given the candidates' differences.
Big B didn't understand 'Avengers: Infinity War' at all
And it didn't match the $19.5 million opening of Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn's Snatched over Mother's Day weekend past year . Opening in China this weekend the film made an estimated $200M - the second biggest opening ever within the country.