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Facebook sues Israel cyber espionage firm for hacking WhatsApp
Facebook Inc on Tuesday sued Israeli cyber surveillance firm NSO Group, alleging it hacked users of its messaging platform WhatsApp earlier this year.
US authorities seek access to Facebook encrypted messaging
US Attorney General William Barr and other US, UK and Australian officials are pressing Facebook to give authorities a way to read encrypted messages sent by ordinary users, reigniting tensions between tech companies and law enforcement.
Zuckerberg: New Facebook panel can overrule him
Facebook said it has finalized its charter for its "independent oversight board," giving the panel the authority to overrule Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on questions of appropriate content.
Global regulators to question Facebook's Libra amid EU concerns
Facebook will be quizzed by global regulators on its planned Libra coin project amid concerns from EU governments over the threat the digital currency poses to financial stability.
Facebook paid contractors to transcribe users' audio: Bloomberg
Facebook Inc. has been paying outside contractors to transcribe audio clips from users of its services, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Facebook's scam detection service goes live following lawsuit
Facebook's new scam reporting tool went live on Tuesday following legal action aimed at forcing it to take online fraud more seriously.
Facebook's Libra currency under fire
Facebook's planned virtual unit Libra, already under heavy attack from US President Donald Trump and global regulators, faces skepticism among the wider cryptocurrency community as well.
US regulators approve $5b Facebook settlement over privacy issues, source says
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) approved a roughly $5 billion (£4 billion) settlement with Facebook Inc. this week over its investigation into the social media company’s handling of user data, a source familiar with the situation said.
Facebook to be quizzed in court on EU-US data transfers
Facebook's method of transferring data from the EU to the US for business purposes is to be challenged again in court.
Facebook to tackle content with misleading health claims
Facebook Inc. said on Tuesday it was taking steps to reduce promotion of products based on misleading health-related claims.
Facebook evacuates four buildings after possible sarin exposure
Facebook Inc evacuated four buildings and two people were being evaluated for possible exposure to the nerve agent sarin on Monday after a package at the social media company’s Silicon Valley mail facility tested positive for the toxic compound.
US Border Patrol investigate ‘disturbing’ secret Facebook group
US officials are investigating a secret Facebook group where border patrol members allegedly posted racist and sexist jokes about migrants.

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