Ditt liv i en tidslinje på Facebook http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=2151&artikel=4729910
EU-förslag: Tvinga Facebook ge tillbaka bilder http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=83&artikel=4929775
Myndigheter misstänker Facebook för lagbrott http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=83&artikel=5231726
Vem ser dina bilder på Facebook? http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=2151&artikel=4441718
Svårt att vara hemlig på Facebook http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=1120&artikel=4715822
Facebook kanske bryter mot lagen http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=493&artikel=5232685
Mötesplatsen Facebook på internet kan bryta mot lagen. Det misstänker datamyndigheten i Sverige och i de andra nordiska länderna. Det var nu under sommaren som det avslöjades att Facebook övervakar de privata chattrummen och att Facebook söker efter speciella ord i de samtal som olika personer kan ha med med varandra där. Det här gillar inte Datainspektionen som ska skydda människors privatliv på internet. Björn Erik Thon som jobbar på Datainspektionen i Norge och är den person som håller i de nordiska ländernas utredning säger att det här är samma sak som om ett telefonbolag avlyssnade alla samtal.
Steg-för-steg-guide: Så här gör du för att skydda privatlivet på Facebook http://www.svt.se/nyheter/sverige/steg-for-steg-guide-sa-har-gor-du-for-att-skydda-privatlivet-pa-facebook
LK google http://www.cogninova.com/links/wrap.php?u=google.htm
Facebook vill flytta in i din mobil http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=1646&artikel=5495308
Hacker posts Facebook bug report on Zuckerberg’s wall http://rt.com/news/facebook-post-exploit-hacker-zuckerberg-621/
= facebook exploit august 2013 ثغرة موقع الفيس بوك
Facebook ‘likes’ protected under First Amendment, US federal court rules http://rt.com/usa/facebook-likes-protected-first-amendment-042/ Facebook 'Likes' are completely meaningless without the addition of a 'Dislike' button as well ;)
School for snooping: LA to monitor students’ social media postings http://rt.com/usa/california-students-web-snoop-699/
facebook cogninova http://www.facebook.com/cogninova
Cameron calls Facebook ‘irresponsible’ for lifting ban on beheading videos http://rt.com/news/facebook-cameron-beheading-videos-564/ COMMENT: Cameron does not want the public to see what his and his buddie's mercenaries are doing.
Partnership between Facebook and police could make planning protests impossible http://rt.com/news/bitcoin-atm-canada-first-799/
= A partnership between police departments and social media sites discussed at a convention in Philadelphia this week could allow law enforcement to keep anything deemed criminal off the Internet—and even stop people from organizing protests.
facebook cogninova https https://www.facebook.com/cogninova
I'm still surprised people still use Facebook, that's probably the NSA's most favorite toy in the world. Peop le voluntarely tell the 'internets'(as George Bush would say) on facebook your location, where you grew up, where your favorite locations are, all your friends and family, who are the closest to you, who are your work colleagues, who you went to school with, political/activist pages you 'like', how you sort your contacts, who you are looking for, your dating status, posting your opinions and activities on a regular basis, etc. etc. etc.
Big Brother’s Facebook: UK, US intelligence ‘infiltrating’ social media http://rt.com/news/snowden-nsa-us-facebook-717/
Researchers toyed with the feelings of 689,003 randomly selected English-speaking Facebook users by changing the contents of their news feed, according to a paper published http://www.pnas.org/content/111/24/8788 in the June edition of the journal 'Proceedings of the National Academy of Scientists' (PNAS). During a week-long period in January 2012, researchers staged two parallel experiments, reducing the number of positive or negative updates in each user's news feed. "When positive expressions were reduced, people produced fewer positive posts and more negative posts; when negative expressions were reduced, the opposite pattern occurred. These results indicate that emotions expressed by others on Facebook influence our own emotions, constituting experimental evidence for massive-scale contagion via social networks," said the authors of the paper, who include researchers from Facebook, Cornell University, and the University of California. “We also observed a withdrawal effect: People who were exposed to fewer emotional posts (of either valence) in their News Feed were less expressive overall on the following days.”
Facebook manipulated users' emotions as part of psychological experiment – study http://rt.com/news/169124-faceebok-users-emotions-experiment/
Facebook mind control experiments linked to DoD research on civil unrest http://rt.com/usa/169848-pentagon-facebook-study-minerva/
Facebook inför rätta i Wien för brott mot datalagar http://sverigesradio.se/sida/gruppsida.aspx?programid=3304&grupp=6240&artikel=6137329
How do i deleted facebook https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=A0LEVytE859WZGEAQRhXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTByMjB0aG5zBGNvbG8DYmYxBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzYw--?qid=20100207170830AAttHCt
Login to your Facebook account, click Help Center on the bottom right hand corner. You will then be taken to Facebook Help Center Page. On the search field, type "delete account" then a list of FAQs will come out. Find "How do I permanently delete my account?" and click to expand. Then click on the last word on the second paragraph and follow the steps from there. After going through the deletion process, it will take another 14 days for your account to be completely and permanently deleted. Do not login during those 14 days, on the 15th day your account will be gone permanently.
facebook analytics https://developers.facebook.com/products/analytics
Annonsörer på Facebook kan välja bort etniska grupper http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=478&artikel=6555493
Bibliomania - ببلومانيا https://www.facebook.com/Bibli0mania/videos/1817570255223310/
Facespook! Social media giant becomes arm of US intel https://www.rt.com/op-edge/407078-facebook-social-media-intelligence-censorship/
facebook lyssnar eller - medierna http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt/1000080?programid=2795
Facebook to favor ‘trustworthy’ news sources – Zuckerberg https://www.rt.com/usa/416459-facebook-news-feed-crowdsourcing-trustworthy/
Facebook will soon filter out RT news, so this is how you fix it… probably https://www.rt.com/news/416117-rt-access-tools-pressure/
Facebook pretending to care about democracy now is the height of hypocrisy https://www.rt.com/op-edge/416844-facebook-twitter-google-democracy/
Austrian privacy activist ‘to file individual case’ against Facebook in Vienna after EU ruling https://www.rt.com/newsline/416936-austrian-activist-facebook-privacy/
facebbook p1_kultur_20180225_0855 - P1 Kutur med krönika http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt/1023381?programid=5053
fb kontantupproret https://www.facebook.com/kontantupproret/
sociala-medier-beroende facebbook p1_kultur_20180225_0855 - P1 Kutur med krönika http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt/1023381?programid=5053
WhatsApp co-founder calls on users to #DeleteFacebook https://www.rt.com/news/421904-whatsapp-cofounder-delete-facebook/ ... The campaign calls on social-media users to unsubscribe from not only Facebook, but also Instagram and WhatsApp, which are owned by the same company.
More AI, policing content & other revelations from Zuckerberg’s Senate testimony https://www.rt.com/usa/423763-facebook-mark-zuckerberg-senate/
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent five hours testifying to the Senate, defending the social network from charges of aiding ‘Russian meddling’ and even revealing a few trade secrets in the process. The marathon session on Tuesday involved members of the Senate Judiciary and the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation committees. While the internet trolled Zuckerberg for using a booster seat and his meme-able, grade-school bowl haircut, Facebook’s stocks had their best day in two years, with a 4.5 percent surge after weeks of decline.
While Democrats seemed more concerned with passing new laws to regulate social media, Republicans asked pointed questions about Facebook’s “policing” of content on the platform.
AI will help Facebook ensure voice is 'used for good': Zuckerberg himself opened that can of worms when he said that Facebook’s mission to connect people was not good enough anymore and that the platform needs to “make sure those connections are positive.” While all voices are welcomed on Facebook, Zuckerberg insisted the platform will need to make sure “they’re used for good.” This will be done by tens of thousands of staff hired to review user posts and, going forward, with artificial intelligence (AI) tools. Zuckerberg said he expects to have AI that can “get into the linguistic nuances of hate speech” within five to 10 years. Yet he could not define he meant by “hate speech” when asked by multiple senators.
Zuckerberg testified he's 'optimistic' that in 5-10 years, Facebook will have AI tools to automatically censor 'hate speech'. But he couldn't define 'hate speech', beyond whatever makes some people feel 'unsafe'. The problem of selective enforcement is horrifying.
Publisher, platform, or a bit of both?: This prompted questions from multiple senators as to whether Facebook is a public forum or a publisher, since different regulations would apply in each case. “We don’t produce the content,” but “feel responsibility for the content on our platform,” Zuckerberg told Senator Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska). “We need to make sure people aren’t bullied, or intimidated, or the environment feels unsafe for them,” he told Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah). While Facebook’s goal is not to engage in political speech, he told Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas): “anything that makes people feel unsafe in the community” is content that it will not allow. Cruz took issue with that, accusing Facebook of engaging in a “pervasive pattern” of suppressing conservative views and rattled off a list of examples. “I understand where that concern is coming from,” Zuckerberg said, admitting that Silicon Valley is an “extremely left-leaning place.”
Cambridge Analytica and ‘Russians’: While Facebook was aware that Cambridge Analytica had improperly gained access to some information of 87 million Facebook users in 2015 through a third-party application developer, the company decided not to inform the users affected because both the developer and Cambridge Analytica assured Facebook the data had been deleted. “In retrospect, it was a mistake to believe them,” Zuckerberg said. Asked if there was any overlap between Cambridge Analytica and the Internet Research Agency, said to be a “Russian troll factory” allegedly responsible for election ads, Zuckerberg hedged that “it’s entirely possible there may be a connection there.” To the claims made by former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher Wylie that the compromised data could be stored in Russia, Zuckerberg replied, “I don’t have any specific knowledge that would suggest that.”
How safe is your Facebook data, really?: The Facebook CEO told Senator Dean Heller (R-Nevada) that he still believes the personal data of millions of Americans is safer with Facebook than it is with the federal government, as they get to decide who sees every single thing they share on the platform. “I don’t know of any surveillance agency in the world that operates like that,” Zuckerberg said. Facebook doesn’t actually sell any data to advertisers, he told multiple senators. Advertisers tell Facebook who they wish to reach and the social media giant does the placement of the ads itself, without the data ever changing hands. Third-party apps were restricted in accessing data from friends of friends in a 2014 revamp of privacy rules, Zuckerberg added. Under questioning by Senator Cory Gardner (R-Colorado), Zuckerberg admitted there was a hack of Facebook in 2013, when several employee computers were infected with malware. “I do not believe” any user data has been affected, though, he said. Senators did not press him on this further.
Zuckerberg denied as a “conspiracy theory” the idea that Facebook listens in on mobile devices for advertising purposes. The only reason Facebook requires audio access is so that users can share video clips that include audio, he told the senators. Though Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg floated the idea of a subscription-based ad-free service, Zuckerberg said that his top commitment was to the “social mission” of connecting as many people as possible and that selling ads is the only business model that supports doing so.
Facebook’s user agreement 'sucks': “I come in peace,” joked Senator John Kennedy (R-Louisiana), proceeding to lecture Zuckerberg about how obtuse Facebook’s terms of service (TOS) and privacy policies are. “Here’s what I’m trying to tell you: Your user agreement sucks,” Kennedy said, urging Zuckerberg to go home and rewrite it. “Tell your $1,200-an-hour lawyers you want it written in English, not in Swahili, so the average American can understand it.” Zuckerberg admitted at multiple points during the hearing that most users have not actually bothered to read the legalese, but insisted that the “inline controls” of what people can see on the platform are more than good enough to count as user control over their data.
Facebook: 55 000 svenskar drabbade http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=83&artikel=6924770
... Personliga uppgifter från 55 337 svenska Facebookkonton beräknas kunna finnas bland de uppemot 87 miljoner konton vars personliga uppgifter har hamnat hos det politiska konsultbolaget Cambridge Analytica, skriver Facebook i ett mejl till TT.
... Men det är bara tolv svenska användarkonton som själva har laddat ner den app som företaget använde sig av för att få del av uppgifterna. Majoriteten av de 87 miljoner användarna, drygt 70,6 miljoner, finns i USA, enligt Facebooks beräkningar. Resten är fördelade över en rad länder, däribland Filippinerna (omkring 1,2 miljoner), Indonesien (1,1 miljoner) och Storbritannien (1,1 miljoner). Från och med 9 april kommer användare få en länk högst upp i sitt nyhetsflöde där de kan se vilka appar de använder sig av, skriver Peter Münster, kommunikationschef för Facebook i Norden.
... I LJUDFILEN OCKSÅ INFO OM ATT APPEN SAMLADE IN INFO OM VILKA SOM ÄR ENS FACEBOOKVÄNNER
Facebook says it tracks non-users but doesn't ‘sell people's data’ https://www.rt.com/news/424438-facebook-tracking-non-users/
5 things Facebook’s Zuckerberg revealed in House hearing https://www.rt.com/usa/423875-zuckerberg-facebook-house-hearing/
facebook settings https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=applications§ion=inactive
Facebook might already have given away the technology to US's military for to use in drones, and is now no longer directly involved.
Facebook says software bug made 14mn users’ private posts public https://www.rt.com/news/429087-facebook-privacy-settings-bug/