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Facebook founder says data security is in check | Money Talks

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says privacy and data security are now the company's main goals. The social media giant's under pressure for selling users' data and not doing enough to protect their personal information. In a blog post on the platform, Zuckerberg says these concerns are being addressed, but critics have expressed doubts. For more on this we caught up with Mark Skilton. He’s a professor of Practice in Information Systems & Management at Warwick Business School in the UK. #Facebook #DataSecurity #MoneyTalks

Facebook CEO speaks out on data scandal | Money Talks

Facebook CEO speaks out on data scandal | Money Talks

Facebook Apologises: Data of 87M users compromised

Facebook Apologises: Data of 87M users compromised

Facebook Data Harvesting: Zuckerberg admits Facebook made mistakes

Facebook Data Harvesting: Zuckerberg admits Facebook made mistakes

Pressure on Facebook mounts as CEO keeps silent | Money Talks

Pressure on Facebook mounts as CEO keeps silent | Money Talks

Donald goes to India to meet Narendra

Donald goes to India to meet Narendra

Are Turkey-Russia Relations Fraying? | Turkey-UK Ties Post Brexit

Are Turkey-Russia Relations Fraying? | Turkey-UK Ties Post Brexit

South Africa: 30 Years On | Bigger Than Five

South Africa: 30 Years On | Bigger Than Five

Banning the Reformists?

Banning the Reformists?

NET ZERO: Can Carbon Capture tackle climate change?

NET ZERO: Can Carbon Capture tackle climate change?

What is truly Scandinavian? Nothing! according to SAS Airlines latest ad.

What is truly Scandinavian? Nothing! according to SAS Airlines latest ad.

Serbia - Missing Babies  | Off The Grid | Documentary

Serbia - Missing Babies | Off The Grid | Documentary

Female Surrealists, Sonic the Hedgehog & Art Shares | Full Episode | Showcase

Female Surrealists, Sonic the Hedgehog & Art Shares | Full Episode | Showcase

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