Facebook's data scandal is a "serious moment" for the future of the internet, World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee says.
Cambridge Analytica data scandal has knocked 10% off share price so it is right to ask how the boss is running the firm
Politicians and regulators won’t be the only people who want a word with Mark Zuckerberg. With Facebook’s shares sliding more than 10% since the data breach involving Cambridge Analytica, shareholders would probably also like to quiz their chief executive about how he has been running the firm.
What, though, are outside investors’ chances of exerting real influence? What if,...
Following a controversy involving a U.K. data firm, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told users Wednesday that the company has a responsibility to protect data.