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22 Sep 11:54am Facebook says it may quit Europe over ban on sharing data with US
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EU court in July ruled there were insufficient safeguards against snooping by US intelligence agencies Facebook has warned that it may pull out of Europe if the Irish data protection commissioner enforces a ban on sharing data with the US, after a
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22 Sep 5:26am TikTok: why it is being sold and who will own it
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Donald Trump believes video-sharing service is security threat but deal is changing by the hour Donald Trump has accused the video-sharing social networking service, which is wildly popular in the US, of being a threat to national security. He claims its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, would give the Chinese government access to user data upon request. TikTok denies the accusation.
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22 Sep 3:30am Facebook suspends environmental groups despite vow to fight misinformation
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Facebook blames mistake in system for restrictions on groups including Greenpeace USA Facebook has suspended the accounts of several environmental organizations less than a week after launching an initiative it said would counter a tide of misinformation over climate science on the platform. Groups such as Greenpeace USA, Climate Hawks Vote and Rainforest Action Network were among those blocked from posting or sending messages on Facebook over the weekend. Activists say hundreds of other individual accounts linked to indigenous, climate and social justice groups were also suspended for an alleged “intellectual property rights violation”.
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