Zuckerberg's promise to investigate apps that gathered user data before the restrictions were put in place in 2014 was supposed to assure Facebook users that the company was taking their privacy more seriously.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data fiasco, there were a ton of complaints that Facebook, Inc. A VP at the social network said in a blog post that Facebook is now trying to determine whether that data was misused, and whether the companies in question deleted it as they were supposed to when Facebook changed the rules in 2014.
Facebook has suspended these apps, pending further investigations into each app developer's potential data misuse.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised users - and Congress - that the company would audit all the apps that may have collected user information under Facebook's old policy of letting developers access the data of app users' friends.
"The investigation process is in full swing, and it has two phases", wrote Archibong. The data collected via the app was accessed by 280 people from 150 organizations, including universities and staff from Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo.
If and when Facebook deems it necessary, it will also conduct audits that may include on-site inspections.
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His father, highly respected Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Sadeq al-Sadr, was murdered in 1999 for defying Saddam Hussein . But the defeat of Islamic State and Abadi's campaign to eradicate Iraq's rampant corruption improved his standing.
"We have a responsibility to protect your data, and if we can't then we don't deserve to serve you".
Christopher Wylie, a data scientist from British Columbia, has said Cambridge Analytica used the harvested Facebook data to help support United States President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. A 2012 report by Adweek estimates that the Facebook platform supports more than 9 million apps - and that was more than six years ago.
The social network has not given a specific figure about how many apps have so far been investigated, referring only to "thousands" of apps.
While Facebook is still investigating mypersonality, the incident is worth noting because it provides some details as to why some of the other 199 apps might have been suspended by Facebook. The update notes that if evidence is found for apps misusing user data, it will show users whether they or their friends installed those apps before 2015.
Third, we want to make sure you understand which apps you've allowed to access your data.
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