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Mark Zuckerberg's Details Leaked in Facebook Data Breach

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's own personal information was among the details of 533 million Facebook users that leaked in a data breach, it has emerged. Facebook has now confirmed that the leaked data was obtained not by a hack, but by scraping the platform prior to September 2019. The company now says that an exploit was found in its contact importer, but the "specific issue that allowed them to scrape this data in 2019 no longer exists." Facebook has not clarified exactly what personal in...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, US, European Union, Signal, Federal Trade Commission, Zuckerberg, Mark Zuckerburg, Pete Buttigieg, Facebook Messenger and Instagram, Facebook Data Breach, Facebook Via Bleeping Computer


10 Motivational Podcasts for the Modern Salesperson

Selling is open-ended work. As a sales rep, you’re often given the benefit of designing your own work structure; your routine, your methods, and your accounts reflect how you make the best use of your independence and the tools at hand. Of course, motivation is key. However, there are times when motivation can be hard to come by. In those situations, you might need some encouraging — or critical — words of advice. These 10 motivational podcasts for sales might just put you on the right track. ...
Tags: Business, UK, Podcasts, Sales, Linkedin, Fbi, Reid Hoffman, Jamaica, Eric Schmidt, Forbes, Kelly, SCHMIDT, Barron, Jeffrey Gitomer, Donald Kelly, Ziglar Inc


Section 230: What Your Organization Needs to Know

As some people believe social media companies to be overstepping their bounds, there’s been a lot of talk about Section 230 lately. Unfortunately, not all of this talk has been accurate. What is a platform? What is a publisher? Does any of that have anything to do with Section 230? As the representative of a business, you can’t afford to get caught up in politics, you need to understand the facts of how the law affects you. In this post, we’re going to look at just the facts surrounding Section ...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Congress, Senate, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Zuckerberg, Trump, United States Department of Justice, Facebook He, Mark Zuckerburg, Danielle Keats Citron, Spencer Overton


Fox host Lou Dobbs says 'I don't know why anyone' would vote for Sen. Lindsey Graham

Fox News host Lou Dobbs. John Lamparski/Getty Images Fox Business host Lou Dobbs on Friday slammed GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, saying that South Carolina voters should reject the three-term senator at the ballot box this year. Dobbs expressed exasperation that the heads of Twitter and Facebook would not testify before the Senate regarding allegations of anti-conservative bias until after the November election. "I don't know why anyone in the great state of South Carolina would ever vote for L...
Tags: Facebook, New York Post, Politics, Supreme Court, Obama, Senate, Russia, Barack Obama, Trends, Joe Biden, Fbi, Fox, Fox News, Graham, Immigration Reform, Jack Dorsey


Time To Confront The Tyranny Of Social Media Censorship

Opinion By Larry Keane Time To Confront The Tyranny Of Social Media Censorship USA – -(AmmoLand.com)-  It’s time the little bluebirds of Twitter come home to roost. While we’re at it, clean out the henhouse of Facebook, Instagram, Google, and the other plucky tech giants. The Trump administration is laying the groundwork to fence them all in for their blatant discrimination. It’s about time. Where’s the “hell-yes” emoji? Under consideration is the creation of a White House commission to expl...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Guns, Youtube, White House, US, America, Fox, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Stokes, Trump, Mike Pence, Breitbart, Teixeira, U S Court of Appeals


Cambridge Analytica email chain with Facebook sheds new light on data misuse scandal

Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Brittany Kaiser has released new documents today that suggest Facebook accepted only a simple acknowledgment on email from the firm that it had deleted data associated with 87 million Facebook users’ profiles. The data was improperly obtained in 2014 by researchers with access to Facebook’s developer platform who were being paid by Cambridge Analytica to obtain and process social media users’ information for the purpose of targeting political ads. In December 20...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Europe, UK, Tech, Ted Cruz, Cambridge, Kaiser, Alex, Zurich, Cruz, Ali, Washington Senate, Hendrix, GSR, Schroepfer


How Unity built the world’s most popular game engine

What do BMW, Tencent, Pokémon Go creator Niantic, movie director Jon Favreau and construction giant Skanska have in common? They’re all using the same platform to create their products. Founded in a small Copenhagen apartment in 2004, Unity Technologies’ makes a game engine — a software platform for building video games. But the company, which was recently valued around $6 billion and could be headed toward an IPO , is becoming much more than that. “Unity wants to be the 3D operati...
Tags: Gaming, Facebook, Apps, Europe, Entertainment, Berlin, Tech, Francis, Copenhagen, Jon Favreau, AAA, Mobile Game, Unity, University of Copenhagen, Niantic, Clayton Christensen


Is social media a platform for supporting or attacking refugees?

On March 15th 2019, a white nationalist opened fire during Friday prayers, killing fifty Muslims and injuring at least fifty others in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The attack was the largest mass shooting in New Zealand’s history and came as a shock to the small and remote island nation which generally sees itself as free from the extreme violence and terrorism seen elsewhere in the world. The victims included New Zealand citizens, migrants, and in an extremely cruel twist of fate, ...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Books, UK, Australia, Washington Post, France, Germany, Turkey, Syria, United States, Paris, Tony Abbott, New Zealand, Reddit, Christchurch


Facebook News Feed Dies, What Marketers MUST Know

The Facebook News Feed is dead. It’s official. Gone. Extinct. Poof. Nada. Oblivion. In this article, I’ll tell you why I’m making this assertion, the conspiratorial events leading up to the death of the News Feed, what it all means for the future of Facebook marketing, and four solid takeaways that will superpower your marketing in a post-News Feed era. After reading this article, you’ll be light-years ahead of most marketers. You’ll learn the unicorn moves in the brave new world of Facebook Me...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Sales, Social Media, United States, Facebook Messenger, Javier Olivan, New Zealand, Fast Company, Coca Cola, Facebook News Feed, Jan Koum, Zuckerberg, Don, Cox, Menlo Park


Facebook: Cambridge Analytica? Oh, You Mean That Cambridge Analytica

The attorney general for the District of Columbia may have obtained internal company emails showing that Facebook had knowledge of Cambridge Analytica’s data-harvesting efforts months sooner than CEO Mark Zuckerberg let on last year. But the company is now in court arguing to keep the emails under seal, saying the…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Science, District Of Columbia, Mark Zuckerburg, Cambridge Analytica, We Can Do Better


Facebook goes private: what does this mean for brands?

Last week, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerburg publicly announced a new vision of a privacy-focused future for social networking. Here, Strategy Director Caroline Lucas-Garner shares what this move could mean for brands and the platform. Mark Zuckerberg recently announced radical changes in Facebook’s vision and principles, placing greater emphasis on privacy – an area where he readily admits they haven’t built a credible reputation to date. While some of the platforms in Facebook’s arsen...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, Privacy, Digital, Social Media, Seo, Facebook Groups, Data Privacy, Thought Leadership, Consumer Data, Mark Zuckerburg, Mobbie Nazir, Global Digital, Caroline Lucas Garner


YouTube won't let anti-vaccine videos make advertising money for their creators, citing a policy around 'dangerous or harmful' content (GOOG, GOOGL)

YouTube channels that promote anti-vaccination (anti-vax) content are not allowed to run ads on the video sharing platform, according to a policy first reported by BuzzFeed News on Friday.  YouTube said that it considers anti-vaccination content to be “dangerous or harmful," which as a policy, it does not allow to be monetized. The company says this is not a new policy.  Some channels promoting anti-vaccination content were reportedly able to monetize for some time, in violation of the poli...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Pinterest, California, Cdc, Youtube, Trends, Earth, Sundar Pichai, Signal, BuzzFeed News, Adam Schiff, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Mark Zuckerburg, BuzzFeed News on Friday YouTube


Instagram's story told via #InstaStory

Instagram founders have quit Facebook. Did they want to leave? Or did they leave because of Mark Zuckerburg? CNN takes a trip down Instagram memory lane.
Tags: Facebook, Cnn, Mark Zuckerburg, InstaStory


Instagram founders have quit Facebook

Instagram founders have quit Facebook. Did they want to leave? Or did they leave because of Mark Zuckerburg? CNN takes a trip down Instagram memory lane.
Tags: Facebook, News, Cnn, Stories, Mark Zuckerburg


Facebook hit with defamation lawsuit over fake ads

In an interesting twist, Facebook is being sued in the UK for defamation by consumer advice personality, Martin Lewis, who says his face and name have been repeatedly used on fake adverts distributed on the social media giant’s platform. Lewis, who founded the popular MoneySavingExpert.com tips website, says Facebook has failed to stop the fake ads despite repeat complaints and action on his part, thereby — he contends — tarnishing his reputation and causing victims to be lured into costly sc...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, UK, US, Daily Mirror, Myanmar, Mark Lewis, Kremlin, Martin Lewis, Lewis, Mark Zuckerburg


A proactive approach can reduce cyber attacks

There were over 2 billion data records affected by cyber-attacks in 2017 and recently 87 million Facebook users affected by a breach that has CEO Mark Zuckerburg testifying in front of congress on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tags: Local News, Mark Zuckerburg


In the News: Facebook Scandals Grow, Should Small Businesses Rethink Using the Site?

This week the issue of privacy in social media dominated the news. And as Mark Zuckerburg gets ready to head to Washington, the impact of Facebook’s woes on small businesses was addressed. The of eroding trust in the social network among Americans could make may have small businesses rethinking use of Facebook to reach customers. This week’s summary also looks at the economy, financing, and technology trends to name but a few of the topics. You can take a look at the rest of the small business ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Washington, US, Sales, Siri, Donald Trump, Shopify, Alexa, Trump, Reuters, Harvey, CSO, Irma


10 Big Ideas For Small Business Marketing

by Brian Sutter, Director of Marketing, Wasp Barcode Technologies What are your plans for 2018? It’s well underway by now – hopefully you’ve got a few of them implemented already. But if there’s still any room in your calendar, consider making some time for the ideas below. Some of these may not fully hit in 2018, but it’s not too soon to get started with them. Other changes, like the ones at Facebook have been brewing for a while, but it’s no longer possible to pretend everything’s okay. As yo...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Messenger, Small Business, Marketing, Whatsapp, Ideas, Facebook Messenger, Comscore, Brian Sutter, Wasp Barcode Technologies, Small business marketing, Small Business Advice, Advice For The Young At Heart, Mark Zuckerburg, Google My Business Yelp


'It's not a cause for alarm': Why advertisers aren't fretting over Facebook's huge News Feed change (FB)

While publishers are bracing themselves for a massive hit and re-assessing their strategies, advertisers don't seem half as perturbed. This is not the first time Facebook has tweaked its algorithm, and unlike publishers, brands have been paying to play on Facebook for years. The one down side, however, is that ad prices might be driven up as people spend less time and scroll less on Facebook. But even then, brands have avenues other than the News Feed to run ads on. Ultimately, advertising exe...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, SU, Mark, Greg James, RPA, Mark Zuckerburg, Mike Dossett, Dossett, Sherwin Su, Stephen Boidock, Brittany Richter, iProspect Brands, Vic Pineiro, Big Spaceship Instagram


Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook's AI could spot suicidal tendencies in users quicker than friends

Facebook announced on Tuesday that it is using artificial-intelligence technology to pinpoint users at risk of suicide. At an event on Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he believes the AI tool can spot some users with suicidal tendencies even before their friends report it. The tool is one of several humanitarian initiatives that Facebook has recently launched.   On Tuesday, Facebook announced that it's rolling out an artificial-intelligence tool aimed at preventing suicide in its...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, US, Trends, European Union, Facebook Messenger, Memphis, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Mark Zuckerburg, Guy Rosen Facebook


Facebook’s war with Snapchat moves up a gear but what does this mean for PRs?

Mark Zuckerberg’s plight for worldwide domination was coming along nicely. In fact, it seemed all too easy, that was until Snapchat. When Spiegal declined a decent offer of $3 billion back in 2013 from Mark Zuckerburg, the owner of Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp, wasn’t just going to sit back and twiddle his thumbs. I wrote a post back in June about why Facebook stories were failing in my opinion. First came Instagram stories, then Facebook and even Whatsapp. Whilst arguably Instagram stories ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Social Media, Seo, Public Relations, Snapchat, Whatsapp, Zuckerberg, Mark, Facebook Instagram, Hayes, Mark Zuckerburg, Considering Facebook, Instagram Stories, Facebook Stories


Hypothetical

This is a completely hypothetical question for a novel I’m working on. Imagine that you were a software developer. A Bill Gates, a Mark Zuckerburg etc... someone with a lot of money but no formal education. Now imagine this person wanted to becom a Lawyer. He has lawyers on staff who could obviously teach him. He has the resources to hire any practicing lawyer including sipreme court justices to spend a couple hours with him going over important cases in minute detail. So I guess the que...
Tags: Law, Legal Practice, Mark Zuckerburg


Becoming a Lawyer: Can You Become a Lawyer Without Going to Law School

This is a completely hypothetical question for a novel I’m working on. Imagine that you were a software developer. A Bill Gates, a Mark Zuckerburg etc... someone with a lot of money but no formal education. Now imagine this person wanted to becom a Lawyer. He has lawyers on staff who could obviously teach him. He has the resources to hire any practicing lawyer including sipreme court justices to spend a couple hours with him going over important cases in minute detail. So I guess the que...
Tags: Law, Legal Practice, Mark Zuckerburg


Idiot

This is a completely hypothetical question for a novel I’m working on. Imagine that you were a software developer. A Bill Gates, a Mark Zuckerburg etc... someone with a lot of money but no formal education. Now imagine this person wanted to becom a Lawyer. He has lawyers on staff who could obviously teach him. He has the resources to hire any practicing lawyer including sipreme court justices to spend a couple hours with him going over important cases in minute detail. So I guess the que...
Tags: Law, Legal Practice, Mark Zuckerburg


What you need to know in advertising today

Hallmark released the first of 33 original Christmas movies — most featuring a pair of recognizable TV stars meeting cute near the mistletoe — this weekend — before we're even done with Halloween. Hallmark, it seems, has never stopped saying Merry Christmas, and it's how the network, owned by Crown Media, is defying every trend in the media business. It has milked the Christmas stories to consistently deliver strong live ratings (meaning people watch when the movies are broadcast, not later, say...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, China, New York City, Nbc News, Trends, Linkedin, Walmart, Lockheed Martin, Abc News, International Olympic Committee, Sundar Pichai, Wal Mart, Facebook Twitter, Mark Halperin


Facebook will require full transparency for political advertisers – and other businesses too

Facebook announced Friday that advertisers running  federal election-related ads in the US would be required to verify their identity as well as run disclosures on each ad. The company also said that it would allow people to see the ads a Facebook business page — whether a brand, small business or a person — is currently running. The move comes on the heels of   .    Facebook is implementing stricter checks and balances for political advertisers, announcing Friday that advertisers runni...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, US, Trends, Canada, United States, Goldman, Mark Zuckerburg, Facebook VP, Joel Kaplan, Rob Goldman, Page Say Taco Bell


The real reason you can’t quit Facebook is because you love hating everyone there

Facebook recently announced that it now has over 2 billion monthly users. This makes its “population” larger than that of China, the US, Mexico and Japan combined. Its popularity, and with it the influence it has in society, is beyond dispute. But for many the experience of actually using the site fluctuates somewhere between the addictive and the annoying. Our new research shows that the reason for this is very simple. It’s all to do with other people, and how we feel about them. For Facebook C...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Apps, Japan, Science, China, Lifestyle, Insights, Life Hacks, Insider, US Mexico, Mark Zuckerburg


Ramadan Relationship Repair

Repair your relationships? Whaaaat? I thought Ramadan is only about reading the Quran and praying taraweeh.  Who has time for relationships?  I have goals I need to finish – like completing the reading of the Quran, perfecting my recitation and doing as many sunnah prayers as possible. I simply don’t have time. I would like to go in my little cocoon and do my worship in peace without any distractions, expectations or demands. I don’t want to be disturbed! Sounds familiar? Well, you are not alone...
Tags: Religion, Ramadan, Mohammad, Surat, Mark Zuckerburg, Brandon Buchard, Tahado Tahabo


Dropbox tech chief Agawal started early, rose quickly

After Facebook’s Mark Zuckerburg gave him a key assignment at the young company, Aditya Agarwal became its engineering manager at age 22 and developed the management philosophy he has applied ever since.
Tags: Facebook, Business, Technology, News, Aditya Agarwal, Mark Zuckerburg


Gender-neutral baby names: top 20

Blake Lively, Ashlee Simpson, Kelly Clarkson and Mark Zuckerburg are just some of the...
Tags: Blake, Mark Zuckerburg, Ashlee Simpson Kelly Clarkson