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Facebook under fire after data leaks

Facebook under fire after data leaks

Facebook has come under fire after it was revealed that it had harvested personally identifiable information from up to 87 million Facebook users. The data was then collected by Trump-affiliated firm Cambridge Analytica to influence voter opinion on behalf of politicians who hire them. The revelations come after the Guardian’s Observer issued a series of explosive reports to expose the[Read More…]

Cambridge Analytica has been implicated in a number of different election scandals across the world

Head of European Parliament vows action over Facebook data scandal

The head of European Parliament has vowed to investigate Facebook to see if it had misused data, following the recent scandal over the data leaks. Antonio Tajani who has served as President of the European Parliament since January last year urged the social media giant to take more responsibility, saying on Twitter that “allegations of misuse of Facebook user data[Read More…]

Doctors baffled after woman cures her cancer with Tumeric

Doctors baffled after woman cures her cancer with Tumeric

Tumeric has been credited with helping to cure one woman from cancer of the blood it has reported. Dieneke Ferguson, 67, baffled doctors when she recovered from her myeloma which was spreading rapidly throughout her body. Dieneke took the decision to stop receiving conventional medicine such as chemotherapy and stem cell transplants, when it became clear to both her and[Read More…]

Facebook encourages users to send in nude pictures of themselves

Facebook encourages users to send in nude pictures of themselves

Facebook has introduced a new feature that aims to combat revenge porn by…getting its users to send in nude pictures of themselves. The trial scheme will use image recognition technology to identify the photos that people send in and prevent those same images being uploaded by a vindictive lover. It has been confirmed that a group of ‘specially trained’ employees[Read More…]

Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire on worshipers at a Texas church

Deranged terrorist kills 26 people in Texas church

A deranged terrorist has opened fire on more than a dozen people attending a church service, it has been revealed. At least 26 people were killed in the massacre, when suspected gunman Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, opened fire in the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Amercia. The victims ranged in age from 5 to 72 years old. Kelly had[Read More…]