SA Facebook users exposed

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Zuckerberg sat for a grueling two-day congressional testimony before House and Senate lawmakers this week, fielding hundreds of questions about data collection and user privacy, censorship of conservative content, and whether the platform should be regulated.

In January, the group sent a letter, endorsed by 117 organisations or individuals involved in child rights and education, to Mr. Zuckerberg. It was obtained by the media on Friday.

The fallout from the scandal precipitated Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's appearance before three U.S. congressional committees this week.

It required the founder of Facebook to provide the government information on how the personal data of the 1.8 million affected Filipino users was shared to unauthorized third parties.

Facebook said they took the decision of stopping the funding so as to focus their efforts on supporting reasonable privacy measures in California.

Companies that scrape data, anyone who uses malware to get people to install apps, social engineering projects and non-Facebook cases on its other platforms like Instagram are not eligible. It is unclear whether Cambridge Analytica obtained the private messages.

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More than 59000 South African Facebook users may have had their information exposed to British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica without their consent in a worldwide data breach scandal involving the social media platform.

"One of those being that everyone globally on their Facebook page will see an alert leading them to the apps setting where they can review the apps they have allowed to access their data". Users in the United States accounted for over 70 million (about 97 percent) of the data breach while 16 million of the total number of users affected came from countries outside the United States.

Private messages, birthdays, and more personal information were collected by Cambridge Analytica.

"We encourage the public to exercise a new level of care about their privacy and to take part in forming the future of Facebook in the country", it said.

Meanwhile, NPC has urged Filipino Facebook users to remain vigilant and prudent with their online activities.

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