Facebook to verify identities, require labels for political ads

Pauline Obrien
April 10, 2018

"As we find more Cambridge Analyticas, we're going to find a comprehensive way to put them out and make sure people see them", Sandberg told BuzzFeed in an interview published Thursday, referring to efforts to publicize problems. "AggregateIQ works in full compliance within all legal and regulatory requirements in all jurisdictions where it operates".

Facebook also admits that it should not have given executives the delete feature before offering its to all Messenger users. "Any advertiser who doesn't pass will be prohibited from running political or issue ads", said Zuckerberg on his Facebook page.

Facebook has suspended Canadian company AggregateIQ from its platform, citing concerns that the firm has links to Cambridge Analytica's parent company and had unwarranted access to user data.

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She and others hid in a conference room for an hour while another employee repeatedly called 911 for updates . There was a time several years ago, however, when she seemed to be enjoying the fruits of her free speech.

Facebook says it began erasing the messages of Zuckerberg and a few other top executives in 2014 after computer hackers obtained and released emails from Sony Pictures executives.

Earlier, Zuckerberg had said that Facebook was enhancing its security features to ensure the integrity of upcoming key elections in countries like India on its platform.

It could be a survey, a game or another application that allows users a single sign-on with their Facebook log-in.

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"They gave us assurances, and it wasn't until other people told us it wasn't true", Sandberg said.

Facebook explains that it already offers a timer function that users can use to set messages to delete themselves after a specified amount of time. Facebook said it would ensure the new feature would comply with the law. The social network has promised to not unsend any more of Zuckerberg's messages until the feature is available for all users. At that time, Sandberg said the company took no action because it believed Cambridge Analytica had deleted the data on its own.

Perhaps the announcing the unsend feature is a way to soften the severity of deleting messages from users conversations without consent or notice by making it look like they were testing the feature. "We should have done this sooner - and we're sorry that we did not". "People are sharing data with Facebook", she said.

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