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Facebook lawyer says ‘there is no privacy,’ hinting at the challenges of Zuckerberg’s pivot
Man cleared of rape due to Facebook message revealing his innocence after two years in prison
Facebook confirms it is testing Aadhaar authentication for new users
Now you can wish friends on birthdays via 15-second Facebook videos

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Facebook lawyer says ‘there is no privacy,’ hinting at the challenges of Zuckerberg’s pivot

Some privacy advocates remain concerned that Zuckerberg’s “privacy-focused vision” leaves the company’s core business of data-targeted ads mostly unscathed.
A lawyer for Facebook argued on Wednesday that its users had no expectation of privacy when using the social network, pushing for a judge to throw out a class-action lawsuit related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
“There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy,” on Facebook or any other social media site, company attorney Orin Snyder told U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria.

Man cleared of rape due to Facebook message revealing his innocence after two years in prison

Independent.co.uk
3 January 2018
A trainee welder who spent more than two years in prison, had his rape conviction overturned after his family found deleted Facebook messages proving his innocence.
Danny Kay said that “edited and misleading” manuscripts of a conversation between him and his accuser had been used by prosecutors to secure his 2013 conviction. …

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Facebook confirms it is testing Aadhaar authentication for new users

Dec 27, 2017

NEW DELHI: Facebook India has confirmed it has started asking for users’ Aadhaar details if they want to create a new account. The social media giant was spotted asking Aadhaar details from a user, who then posted a screenshot of it on Reddit. In the screenshot Facebook is seen asking the user his/her first and last name, which should be same as the one on the user’s Aadhaar card. …

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Now you can wish friends on birthdays via 15-second Facebook videos

Timesofindia.indiatimes.com 
Feb 24, 2016
NEW DELHI: Facebook has rolled out a new feature that lets users wish their friends on their birthdays via a 15-second video on the platform. …

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