Jan 30, 2020

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Privacy group says Facebook isn't sharing all off-platform data with users

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Facebook is now offering users a feature that lets them see what data it has collected about their activities beyond Facebook, but a new report from Privacy International says that not all the advertisers that have uploaded individual user data to Facebook are included.

Why it matters: As the report notes, without more complete information, it is hard for users to fully exercise their rights under the EU's GDPR and other privacy laws.

Snap stock sinks after mixed Q4 earnings

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Snap Inc.'s stock was down 11% Tuesday in after-hours trading after the company reported it fell short on Wall Street's revenue expectations.

Yes, but: The company otherwise did pretty well. It turned its first-ever profit on an adjusted basis and grew its user base for the fourth consecutive quarter. It also provided positive guidance for the quarter ahead.

Facebook sues mobile analytics company for scraping user data

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Facebook on Thursday sued OneAudience, a mobile data analytics company, for collecting data from its users beginning in September 2019.

Details: Facebook alleges that OneAudience plugged software development kits (SDK) — designed to scrape user data from its site as well as Google and Twitter — into shopping and gaming apps distributed through stores like Google Play.