Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, A spokesman for Facebook did not explain the nature of the problem posed to the social site and only said "A problem with the network has prevented some users from accessing many of our services or from publishing content," he said. "We quickly identified the problem and began to re-access and the problem was practically solved all over the world."
Facebook has been disrupted and users can not access or post content because of "network problems," according to social networking officials.
In response to the new scandal, known as "white lists" Facebook justified that it shared user data with some companies to improve services, but the Wall Street Journal confirmed that the social networking site provided data on the list of friends for weeks and months after the announcement of the suspension of the process in 2015 , Something the company had earlier denied.
The newspaper revealed that the Facebook site allowed private companies to access user data, under secret deals, which brings back to the forefront controversy violation of privacy on social platforms.
You are not alone on Facebook Messenger when you talk with your friends, but there are those who watch you, because Facebook has "watched personal messages exchanged by users on a Messenger application, and sometimes intervened to block some of them," said CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The largest social networking network in the world, with growing government scrutiny in Europe and the United States, is facing allegations that Cambridge-based London-based political consulting firm Cambridge ANALYTICA has improperly used users' information to create profiles of US voters, Help President Donald Trump win the 2016 election.
"Social media allows us to see the news at or shortly after the event, but the problem is that communication has become an easy way to spread false information," says Science.
The magazine cited a new study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that "false news" outperforms real news via social media.
Business Insider offers a set of tricks that social networking sites use to make users addicted to following them.
Application of Instagram sends large numbers of alerts known as "Push Notifications"
Uses "Stories" or "Stories" to attract users' attention, which appear many times in different locations of the app.
Communication Technology, International Alliances, Follow-Up / Awad Sallam / "Facebook and Google really control half of online advertising revenue." The billionaire businessman George Soros, a Hungarian-born investor, began a scathing attack on technology giants as monopolizing manipulators, tyrannical to subvert democracies.
Facebook's former director of operations, Sandy Barraklas, has revealed serious information about the social network giant. He criticized Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and talked about many internal details of how the company deals with offensive content and how user data is collected in an article in New York Times on Sunday 19 November 2017.
"What I have seen at home is a company that gives priority to collecting user data rather than protecting it from abuse," Baracillas said in his article. "This is a good history to remember when thinking about what to do about Facebook in the wake of its role in Russian intervention."