The 87 million: Am I one? DW's Carl Nasman shows you how to find out if your data is in Facebook's Cambridge Analytica leak
How a private consultancy firm got hold of and what it did with the personal data on US citizens may soon be made public after the UK data privacy watchdog stepped in. Millions could soon demand their own personal data.
The software problem automatically switched the privacy setting for new posts from private to public. Facebook has been criticized in recent months for sharing personal user data with third parties.
The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has agreed to have his meeting with EU lawmakers to discuss the Cambridge Analytica scandal livestreamed. Original plans for the meeting to be held privately had met with criticism.
Papua New Guinea's communications minister has said the government will ban Facebook for a month to weigh its impact on the population. The government is also evaluating the creation of a new state-run social network.
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