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Donald Trump is the biggest political spender on Facebook

Guess who's sending fat checks to Mark Zuckerberg and company?  Yep, Donald J. Trump. The president's political action committee (PAC) has spent $274,000 on Facebook ads since May, reports the New York Times.  That makes him the biggest
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61 Facebook app developers still had access to users' friends data after 2015

Facebook said that apps' data-scraping days ended in 2015. But that wasn't the end of the story. In 2015, Facebook says it changed the policy that allowed app developers — such as the Cambridge Analytica-affiliated researcher Aleksandr Kogan
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The pee tape exists, if you believe a new video from the Russian pop star who's friendly with Trump

Russian pop singer Emin Agalarov just dropped a Trump-heavy music video for his song "Got Me Good." It wouldn't be particularly notable if not for the fact that he played a pivotal role in one of the Trump campaign's most infamous moments.  The
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Become a Facebook marketing pro with this $10 online course

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or you’ve deleted your Facebook profile), you know that Facebook has been in the news a lot recently. And you probably also know that, in the aftermath of that negative press, Mark Zuckerberg and
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Tech CEOs speak out against separating families at the border

Executives at Apple, Microsoft, YouTube, Uber, and more tech companies are joining other Americans with a conscience in speaking out against the Trump administration's practice of separating children from their families at the border.  “
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Of course ex-Cambridge Analytica staffers are working on Trump's 2020 campaign

Former Cambridge Analytica (CA) employees are working on Donald Trump's 2020 reelection campaign, according to a new report from the Associated Press (AP).  Because of course they are — it was a winning strategy, after all. Under a new
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Ted Cruz sent Facebook 209 questions, including this bizarre one about Taylor Swift

Ted Cruz has some questions for Facebook: 209 of them to be precise. That's how many written questions the Texas senator submitted to the company following CEO Mark Zuckerberg's hours of Congressional testimony, and good lord were some of them were
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Facebook finally got around to answering all those senators' questions

Looks like his team finally got back to them.  Almost two full months after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dodged senators' questions about the Cambridge Analytica and user privacy scandals with the vague promise that someone would be in touch,
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Another day, another Facebook privacy scandal

This is just getting ridiculous.  A day after Facebook admitted to changing 14 million users' post settings to "public," three days after it was revealed that the company had given an accused national security threat access to data on some

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