"The reason that they collect so much data from people - from surveilling people, so to speak - is because they use that data to help advertisers target those people in very, very specific, personalized ways".
"Every time that someone chooses to share something on Facebook. there is a control".
"We acknowledge the communications of your global and regional representatives made directly to our office", the Philippines National Privacy Commission said in a letter addressed to Zuckerberg dated April 11.
Facebook said last week that almost 1.2 million of its users in the Philippines may have had their data exposed to Cambridge Analytica, more than any other country outside the United States.
"If you put in a really sophisticated and burdensome regulatory structure, the only people who can afford it are the big players and so they end up becoming entrenched at the top", she told Tremonti.
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Facebook has admitted up to 2.7 million people in the European Union may have been caught in the scandal.
Fraser said Facebook's 2.2 billion users worldwide should have an expectation of privacy. It's also unsafe because people don't know how they have been profiled-or whether their profile is biased, wrong, or otherwise unfair. Responding to a question, he told lawmakers that he meant to initiate legal action against the firm accused of stealing personal data and using it for political purposes in the 2016 US Presidential elections.
Laidlaw explained how landlords were using Facebook data to discriminate online.
Facebook warned users earlier this week that people who used Kogan's app "may have" shared messages from users inboxes. For most of our existence, we focused on all of the good that connecting people can do. But there's a third kind of data: data that is derived, inferred, or predicted from the data that people share and that is recorded about their behavior.
And Mark Zuckerberg added: "A number of people suggest that we should offer a version where people cannot have ads if they pay a monthly subscription, and certainly we consider ideas like that". Orrin Hatch, a senator from Utah, even asked Zuckerberg how Facebook's business model works given that it is free.
"We require these security measures for the company's benefit because of the importance of Mr. Zuckerberg to Facebook, and we believe that the costs of this overall security program are appropriate and necessary", the filing continues.
"There are certainly other things that we do, too".