Facebook spent $9 million on private jets, security for Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook spent $9 million on private jets, security for Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook spent $9 million on private jets, security for Mark Zuckerberg

He acknowledged that Facebook should not have trusted Cambridge Analytica's assurance that it will stop using user's personal information it collected.

The Facebook blogpost comes as the company faces a class action lawsuit in California over its decision to launch a facial recognition feature for US users in 2011.

Besides, Facebook disclosed that it had spent over $2.6 million to cover the security fees of COO Sheryl Sandberg.

The company said it does not use the data to target ads, except those inviting people to join Facebook.

For those without a Facebook account who are concerned about the company tracking them across the web, there is little that can be done to stay away from its Eye of Sauron-like gaze.

Following the US Congressional hearing last week where CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled about Facebook's data gathering and sharing practices, the social media network is trying to limit the damage by explaining how its various data collection policies work. Many businesses use Facebook ads to promote their products and services.

Baser also admits that Facebook collects other crucial details also such as your system's IP address, the software that your computer uses, the type of browser you use to access the internet, and more.

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"If I'm not a Facebook user, I ought to have a right to know what data Facebook has about me", Froomkin said. 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.

The company however said it is taking numerous measures.

Nigerians, who want to find out whether their data were shared by with Cambridge Analytica, can look out for a link named "protecting your information" link at the top of their news feed.

Facebook Analytics provides developers information on how people are spending time on their websites and apps. And it was several multiples higher than the amounts spent on other well-known, high-profile CEOs, such as Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, which spent $317,325 on his personal security and aircraft use in 2017; and Jeffrey Bezos, CEO of Amazon, which spent $1.6 million in 2016.

Above the link, users who may have been affected by the data scandal will see the message: "We have banned the website 'This is Your Digital Life, ' which one of your friends used Facebook to log into".

The feature was turned off in the European Union shortly after it launched, and Facebook committed in 2012 to delete all face templates by October that year, as part of a wide-ranging agreement with the Irish data protection commissioner.

India will join the league of other countries such as France, Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, Mexico, Indonesia, the Philippines and the U.S., where Facebook has already been running similar initiatives. Besides, the company is working hard to improve the accuracy of information on Facebook in various ways. Every time users visit one of the websites or apps which use any of these tools, Facebook collects information about them.

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