appleinsider.com Aug. 13, 2019
Facebook Paid Contractors To Transcribe Messenger App Audio
Not one to be left out of a potential privacy scandal, a report on Tuesday reveals Facebook hired outside contractors to listen to and transcribe recorded Messenger voice chats, though the company said it recently put a halt to the program.
cnbc.com Aug. 12, 2019
Facebook Hires Daniel Povey, Fired Johns Hopkins Professor
Facebook told CNBC it has hired Daniel Povey, a speech recognition researcher who was fired this week from Johns Hopkins University.
outlookindia.com Aug. 11, 2019
27-Year-Old Live-Streams Suicide On Facebook From His Apartment, Probe Underway
The incident came to light, after the deceased's friend saw the video on the social media site and dialled immediately to the police.
cnbc.com Aug. 8, 2019
Facebook Confirms News Tab Will Launch This Fall
Facebook on Thursday confirmed that it is working on a news tab feature to deliver topical stories to users that will launch this fall.
wgvunews.org Aug. 8, 2019
Users Can Sue Facebook Over Facial Recognition Software, Court Rules
A U.S. court has ruled that Facebook users in Illinois can sue the company over face recognition technology, meaning a class action can move forward. The
sacramento.cbslocal.com Aug. 8, 2019
Facebook Reportedly Offers Media Outlets Millions To License Content – CBS Sacramento
Facebook has reportedly offered several news outlets millions of dollars in exchange for the rights to display their content in a news section it plans on adding.