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06 April 2018

"Last month we decided that we should pause these discussions so can focus on other important work", the spokesperson told CNBC in a statement.

"The snowball that was "fake news" turned into an avalanche for #Facebook after the information about data harvesting by the English company "#Cambridge Analytica" became public. This feature will be tested with a small subset of users around the world. Facebook had it turned on by default.

In their joint letter the local groups said Facebook's handling of hate speech and vicious rumours in Myanmar has been "inadequate" for years, adding that their offers to craft broader solutions have gone unanswered. "That, to me, was the failure".

The news comes as Facebook VP Sheryl Sandberg said the company is still unable to confirm what happened to the data obtained by Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm hired by the Trump presidential campaign, because it needs to wait until the United Kingdom information commissioner completes an investigation. But as the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, the project was unsurprisingly put on hold. Zuckerberg himself will be questioned by Congress for the first time on Tuesday. Why did they wait until now to take decisive action? For one, Facebook executives took almost five days to respond to the Cambridge Analytica reports.

Commonwealth Games: Nigeria's Yakubu Fails In Women's Weightlifting
The win is all the more remarkable considering Vasey's main focus at these Games is the 100m breaststroke later in the week. I don't want to look back at my career and think "bloody hell, I took it way too seriously".

As part of its patient data research project, Facebook had asked numerous large USA hospitals to share "anonymized" data about their patients, including illnesses and prescription information, according to CNBC.

"We're doing an investigation, we're going to do audits and, yes, we think it's possible, that's why we're doing the audit", Sandberg said when asked if what happened with Cambridge Analytica could take place again.

In his call with reporters Wednesday, Zuckerberg said the company had tried "rate limiting" the searches.

The offices of Cambridge Analytica (CA) in central London, March 20, 2018.

Trump says United States lost trade war with China years ago
The American pork industry 'sent more than a billion dollars in products, making China the number three market for USA pork. Stock markets are likely to react negatively to a trade war which could easily escalate and drag in other nations.

The EU and Facebook will discuss changes Facebook needs to make to protect its users in the wake of the scandal, and consider how Facebook needs to adapt to new EU data protection rules which will be implemented on 25 May. That includes full name, profile picture and listings of school or workplace networks. It will also announce other steps towards overhauling security.

Nevertheless, David Barda, a data protection lawyer, reportedly said the amount would be significantly less.

"And scraping data is not extraordinarily hard, so posting data at one place makes that data and information available to many", said Raymond. The social media company was reportedly in talks with leading medical institutions past year to explore whether scientific research using anonymised Facebook data could help the medical community.

Currently, users can only delete messages from their own inboxes which will still show up in the recipient's thread. "We want to stand up and let people know that all demographics are affected by this, including people my age", said protestor, Maggie Maleney.

Liverpool and Manchester City set for Champions League battle
Many pundits, including Arsenal legend Thierry Henry, scoffed at Liverpool paying £35million for Oxlade-Chamberlain in August. Merseyside Police said they would launch enquiries to find the culprits of what they described as "appalling" behaviour.