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A leaked Facebook PR memo shows how the company plans to downplay data leaks obtained through 'scraping' and sidestep criticism

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Washington D.C. on Oct. 23, 2019 Andrew Harnik/AP A leaked Facebook PR team memo shows how the company plans to deal with future leaks of user data. The memo said Facebook expected more "scraping" leaks and wants to "normalize the fact that this activity happens regularly." The memo followed an Insider report that 533 million Facebook users had their personal data posted on a hacker forum. See more stories on Insider's business page. An internal Facebook...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Washington, Trends, Eu, Cybersecurity, Ireland, Middle East, Leak, EMEA, Africa EMEA, Andrew Harnik, Mike Clark, Tech Insider, User data, Scraping

After data from half a billion Facebook users was leaked, the company isn't planning to tell people if they were impacted

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Andrew Harnik/AP Facebook data from over 533 million users was leaked, Insider reported last week. Now the company won't notify impacted users, a representative told Reuters on Wednesday. Facebook isn't notifying impacted users because the company isn't sure whose data was leaked. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. In the wake of news that personal information from over 533 million Facebook users leaked online, the company said...
Tags: Facebook, UK, News, India, US, Trends, Data, Hack, Breach, Reuters, Clark, Mike Clark, Ben Gilbert, AP Facebook, Tech Insider, User data

Facebook Says It's Your Fault That Hackers Got Half a Billion User Phone Numbers

A database containing the phone numbers of more than half a billion Facebook users is being freely traded online, and Facebook is trying to pin the blame on everyone but themselves. From a report: A blog post titled "The Facts on News Reports About Facebook Data," published Tuesday evening, is designed to silence the growing criticism the company is facing for failing to protect the phone numbers and other personal information of 533 million users after a database containing that information was...
Tags: Facebook, Tech, Clark, Mike Clark, Facebook Data, Cambridge Analytica, Business Insider Facebook

Facebook says the leak of 533 million users' data online wasn't a hack - but its explanation of what happened doesn't quite add up

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Washington D.C. on Oct. 23, 2019 Andrew Harnik/AP Insider reported last week that data for 533 million Facebook users was published on a hacking forum. Facebook said Tuesday the data was "scraped" sometime before September 2019. The explanation it gave for what happened doesn't quite make sense. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook wants you to know that the leak of 533 million users' data on an online hacking forum wasn't a ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Washington, Trends, Data, Hack, Ireland, Leak, Breach, Cnet, Ftc, Newman, Clark, DPC, Andrew Harnik, Mike Clark

Facebook Sure Seems Desperate To Pass This Latest Data Breach Off As Old News For Some Reason

In the aftermath of bombshell reports of a massive data breach that may have compromised the personal information of as many as 533 million users, Facebook has committed absolutely to trying to spin the leak as old news, no big deal, definitely nothing to see here, no need to even think about this too much at all,…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Science, Instagram, Social Media, Data Breach, Software, Computing, Data Protection, Operating Systems, General Data Protection Regulation, Mike Clark, Internet Privacy, Andy Stone, Liz Bourgeois, Universal Windows Platform Apps

Scarcity Of Key Material Squeezes Medical Mask Manufacturing

FRESNO (AP) — Rachel Spray is still grieving the loss of her fellow nurse who died after being exposed to the novel coronavirus at Kaiser Permanente Fresno Medical Center. Now, as she stands in front of the gleaming glass and concrete hospital, she says she “dreads going in there” and fears she’ll be next. That’s because like those in many U.S. hospitals, management is rationing supplies, she says, keeping medical-grade masks under lock and key. White House officials say U.S. hospitals have all ...
Tags: Health, New York, White House, China, California News, Fresno, Ap, United States, Pakistan, Food And Drug Administration, Kaiser, Fda, Associated Press, Seattle, Donald Trump, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

Goodbye, 'Movie Mike': Former USA TODAY film critic Mike Clark dies at 73

Mike Clark, the former USA TODAY film critic, died July 31 after a fall and a battle with liver disease.          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Usa Today, Mike, Mike Clark

Rams’ Andrew Whitworth is cautiously optimistic football can be played

Rams left tackle Andrew Whitworth’s 15th NFL training camp will be unlike any other, beginning with the coronavirus tests that all players must pass before they can enter team facilities. Whitworth said those tests, and the daily screenings planned for the first two weeks of camp, are the biggest of the changes set by the league and the NFL Players Association, because they’ll free players from worry as they go about the regular business of practicing, conditioning and competing for roster spots...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Louisiana, Ucla, Melissa, Andrew, Jared Goff, Los-angeles-rams, Andrew Whitworth, NFL Players Association, Whitworth

Southern California readers share family photos from Easter Sunday

Readers from all over Southern California shared Easter Sunday photos of their families, pets and gardens. Virtual Mimosas and egg hunt with son in DC! Tim Godley, Tiffany Godley and Trevor Godley. (Courtesy of Tamerlin Godley) Dorothy Wilson, an RN at Fountain Valley a Regional Hospital, gets a visit from her mask-wearing grandchildren, Isaac and Lois, so they can get their chocolate bunnies and traditional Jell-o eggs. Afterwards the kids return to their home in Fountain Valley to have ...
Tags: Family, Texas, News, Holidays, Children, California, Pets, Sport, David, Soccer, San Diego, Long Beach, Houston, Easter, Cosmo, Michael

L.A. Zoo shows off its vulture culture in Awareness Day exhibition

GRIFFITH PARK – Know your vultures. That was the theme at the L.A. Zoo on Saturday — International Vulture Awareness Day. It was a day to showcase the bird — from its scavenging personality to what Zoo officials say is the animal’s importance to the health of ecosystems around the world. Animal keeper Mike Clark gives Los Angeles Zoo visitors a close up view of Cacique, a King Vulture from Central and South America. Visitors learned about California Condors, and vultures on International Vul...
Tags: Animals, Los Angeles, Sport, Birds, Soccer, Wildlife, South America, Local News, John McCoy, Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith, Mike Clark, Top Stories LADN, Cacique, California Condors, Abe Phillips

Mike LeDonne: From the Heart

Mike LeDonne knocks me out. He's one of the only organists around today who fully grasps the 1970s soul-jazz idiom. Back then, there were seriously groovy Hammond players such as Leon Spencer Jr., Johnny "Hammond" Smith, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Sonny Phillips, Charles Kynard, Charles Earland and Don Patterson, among others. All you had to do was add guys like tenor saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr., trumpeter Vigil Jones, guitarist Melvin Sparks, drummer Idris Muhammad and conga playe...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Jazz, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Hammond, Dionne Warwick, Mary, Mike, Grover Washington Jr, Buddy Caldwell, Mike Clark, George Duke, Marc Myers, Idris Muhammad, Eric Alexander

For Justin Clark, 19, running for California Assembly isn’t kid stuff

In some ways, he is very much a kid. Justin Clark, a 19-year-old Republican, campaigns for the California Assembly in Northridge on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) He lives with his mom. He squeezes in time for campaigning between attending classes at Cal State Northridge and working evening shifts at an ice-cream shop. He is lean, and his voice and brown eyes are clear and lively. Walking door to door to drop in on small business owners along R...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Pakistan, Arizona, Starbucks, Donald Trump, Ventura County, George W Bush, Trump, Northridge, Perez, Don, Mike

On Recess, GOPers Rehash Their O'Care Repeal Fail: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Congressional Republicans are about halfway through a hellish two-week recess, their first since their unpopular Obamacare repeal bill was disastrously pulled from the House floor. So have they coalesced around some talking points to explain why they might need to abandon their years-long vow to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, or to address whether they over-promised on a quick replacement for the law? Not quite. A few House GOP cheerleaders were willing to tout the failed legislation, the Am...
Tags: News, Obamacare, Congress, Washington Post, Gop, House, House Of Representatives, Philadelphia, Associated Press, Republican, Donald Trump, Grand Rapids, Tierney Sneed, House Gop, Paul Ryan R WI, Quinnipiac University

The 39th Annual #AtlantaJazzFest Provided a Myriad of Great Music Over Memorial Day Weekend

A view of the Audience at the Atlanta Jazz Festival May 28, 2016 This year's Atlanta Jazz Festival was held on Friday May 27th through Sunday May 29th at Atlanta's beautiful Piedmont Park and by all accounts it was another huge success. This is the 39th year for this auspicious festival which has become for many an annual rite of passage into summer season. The daunting job of obtaining sponsorship, coordinating artists, setting up stages and sound systems, managing the logistics of the site...
Tags: Europe, News, Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, Herbie Hancock, Norway, Gillespie, Bob Marley, Charles, Costa Rica, Florida State, Huffington Post, Clifford, Trinidad, Gregory Porter

The Mayor's Office of the City of Atlanta Announces the Atlanta Jazz Festival Artist Line up for 2016

Last Tuesday morning the Mayor of the City of Atlanta, Kasim Reed, and his Executive Director of Cultural Affairs, Camille Russell Love, unveiled the lineup for the upcoming 2016 Atlanta Jazz Festival to be held over Memorial Day weekend May 27-29th. The press conference was held in the voluminous atrium space at City Hall. This year's Festival, the 39th of such annual events, is one of the largest free jazz festivals in the country and takes place in Atlanta's historic and verdant Piedmont Pa...
Tags: Love, Atlanta, Herbie Hancock, Huffington Post, Gregory Porter, Christian Scott, Kasim Reed, Ben Williams, Ralph A. Miriello, Mike Clark, Killer Joe, Gerald Clayton, Benny Golson, Eliane Elias, Russell Gunn, Stephen Gordon

in/PLANES visits Ivywild, MeadowGrass announces new round of bookings

Desirae Garcia and Inaiah Lujan bring their in/PLANES project to Ivywild this Friday on a bill with Mike Clark's The River Arkansas. While local music fans are well-acquainted with The Haunted Windchimes , an upcoming Ivywild School show offers an excellent opportunity to see three of the Pueblo band's four members in a different light.
Tags: Mike Clark, Ivywild MeadowGrass, Desirae Garcia, Inaiah Lujan, Ivywild

Western Pennsylvanians head to pope's final mass in US

Pittsburgh's Action News 4 anchor Mike Clark spoke to St. Vincent College students, up bright and early to reserve their seat at Pope Francis's final mass in the US. WELCOMED BY THOUSANDS THROUGHOUT THIS ENTIRE TRIP TODAY.
Tags: US, Francis, Pittsburgh s Action News, Mike Clark, St Vincent College