Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally responded to Cambridge Analytica’s mishandling of user data and promised to find any more developers abusing its platform.
Facebook to now audit developers for data abuse by [email protected] (Garett Sloane) Mar 21, 2018 2 minutes Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday finally broke his silence about the abuse of data on the platform by Cambridge Analytica, promising to redouble efforts to safeguard user privacy after the exposure of the massive data breach.
Nov 23, 2018 · Watch video · In his post, Zuckerberg said that steps that the company had taken to restrict developers’ access to data in 2015 would prevent the type of misuse that had taken place.
Watch video · Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the social network will audit thousands of apps in response to the «breach of trust» created by Cambridge Analytica.
Second, we will restrict developers’ data access even further to prevent other kinds of abuse. For example, we will remove developers’ access to your data if you haven’t used their app in 3 months. We will reduce the data you give an app when you sign in — to …
Referring to the app developer who shared Facebook data with Cambridge Analytica, Zuckerberg acknowledged, «This was a breach of trust between [Aleksandr] Kogan, …
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Zuckerberg says Facebook will also «restrict developers’ data access even further to prevent other kinds of abuse» and will take steps to help users «understand which apps you’ve allowed to access
That’s why we’re making changes to prevent abuse. We’re going to set a higher standard for how developers build on Facebook, what people should expect from them, and, most importantly, from us. We will: Review our platform. We will investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of information before we changed our platform in 2014 to reduce data access, and we will conduct a full audit of any …
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is speaking publicly for the first time since a whistleblower described how a data firm exploited a loophole to access data from 50 million Facebook users.
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Following the backlash, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined the company’s plans to crack down on abuse of its platform, pledging to audit apps with access to large amounts of data, restrict
Facebook’s second new policy involves restricting developers’ data access even further to prevent other kinds of abuse. Developers will also lose their access to users’ data if someone hasn’t used a developer’s app in three months.