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Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia To help with relief efforts, Facebook and @WhatsApp are donating $1 million to the Indonesian Red Cross @palangmerah and working with local orgs so communities can start to recover and rebuild
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Social media giant, Facebook has acquired broadcast rights to Spanish soccer league LaLiga for three seasons in the Indian subcontinent The financial value of the deal was not disclosed The
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When Facebook rolled out facial recognition tools in the European Union this year, it promoted the technology as a way to help people safeguard their online identities “Face recognition
- Facebook Gave Data Access to Chinese Firm Flagged by U. S . . .
Facebook has data-sharing partnerships with at least four Chinese electronics companies, including a manufacturing giant that has a close relationship with China’s government, the social media
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In 2003, one year before Facebook was founded, a website called Facemash began nonconsensually scraping pictures of students at Harvard from the school’s intranet and asking users to rate their