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Instagram Says Introducing New In-App Features To Help Users Better Control Data They Share With Third-Parties Through Instagram
Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019 

Oct 15 (Reuters) - Instagram: :INSTAGRAM SAYS INTRODUCING NEW IN-APP FEATURES TO HELP USERS BETTER CONTROL DATA THEY SHARE WITH THIRD-PARTIES THROUGH INSTAGRAM - BLOG.INSTAGRAM SAYS INTRODUCING UPDATED AUTHORIZATION SCREEN THAT LISTS ALL INFORMATION THE THIRD PARTY IS REQUESTING TO ACCESS.INSTAGRAM SAYS UPDATES WILL BE ROLLING OUT GRADUALLY OVER THE NEXT SIX MONTHS - BLOG.  Full Article

Booking Holdings Is No Longer Supporting Facebook’s Libra Project - CNBC
Monday, 14 Oct 2019 

Oct 14 (Reuters) - :BOOKING HOLDINGS IS NO LONGER SUPPORTING FACEBOOK’S LIBRA PROJECT - CNBC.  Full Article

Instagram Says Starting Wednesday, Users Can Protect Their Account From Unwanted Interactions With New Feature Called Restrict
Thursday, 3 Oct 2019 

Oct 2 (Reuters) - Instagram::INSTAGRAM SAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY, USERS CAN PROTECT THEIR ACCOUNT FROM UNWANTED INTERACTIONS WITH NEW FEATURE CALLED RESTRICT - BLOG.INSTAGRAM SAYS ONCE RESTRICT IS ENABLED, COMMENTS ON USER'S POSTS FROM A PERSON THEY HAVE RESTRICTED WILL ONLY BE VISIBLE TO THE USER.  Full Article

Criteo Files Complaint With The French Competition Authority Against Facebook
Tuesday, 1 Oct 2019 

Oct 1 (Reuters) - Criteo SA ::CRITEO FILES COMPLAINT WITH THE FRENCH COMPETITION AUTHORITY AGAINST FACEBOOK.CRITEO SA - FILED ON SEPTEMBER 10 A COMPLAINT WITH FRENCH COMPETITION AUTHORITY AGAINST FACEBOOK.CRITEO SA - "BELIEVES THAT GRADUAL EXCLUSION OF COMPANIES FROM FACEBOOK PLATFORM HAS ADVERSELY IMPACTED DIVERSITY OF ONLINE ADVERTISING INDUSTRY".  Full Article

Amazon, Facebook And Google To Face Another House Inquiry - Bloomberg
Tuesday, 1 Oct 2019 

Oct 1 (Reuters) - :AMAZON, FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE TO FACE ANOTHER HOUSE INQUIRY - BLOOMBERG.  Full Article

SNB's Moser: First Central Bank Could Issue Digital Currency Within The Next Year
Friday, 27 Sep 2019 

Sept 27 (Reuters) - SNB Governing Board Member Thomas Moser: :WOULDN'T BE SURPRISED TO SEE A FIRST CENTRAL BANK ISSUE ITS OWN DIGITAL CURRENCY WITHIN THE NEXT YEAR.  Full Article

Facebook In Talks For Sandberg To Testify To House Next Month- Bloomberg
Friday, 27 Sep 2019 

Sept 26 (Reuters) - :FACEBOOK IN TALKS FOR SANDBERG TO TESTIFY TO HOUSE NEXT MONTH- BLOOMBERG.  Full Article

New York Attorney General Letitia James Investigating Facebook For Possible Antitrust Violations
Friday, 6 Sep 2019 

Sept 6 (Reuters) - Facebook Inc ::NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL LETITIA JAMES INVESTIGATING FACEBOOK FOR POSSIBLE ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS.NY AG JAMES - AGS OF COLORADO, FLORIDA, IOWA, NEBRASKA,NORTH CAROLINA, OHIO, TENNESSEE, & THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA JOINING TEAM INVESTIGATING FACEBOOK.  Full Article

U.S. States To Launch Google, Facebook Antitrust Probes- WSJ
Friday, 6 Sep 2019 

Sept 6 (Reuters) - :U.S. STATES TO LAUNCH GOOGLE, FACEBOOK ANTITRUST PROBES - WSJ.TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL TO LEAD EFFORT EXAMINING IMPACT OF GOOGLE ON DIGITAL ADVERTISING MARKETS- WSJ.NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL TO HELM FACEBOOK REVIEW, CITING CONCERNS OVER CONTROL OF PERSONAL DATA- WSJ.GOOGLE PROBE TO BE ANNOUNCED AT NEWS CONFERENCE ON MONDAY, WITH BIPARTISAN GROUP OF ABOUT THREE DOZEN STATE AGS JOINING EFFORT- WSJ.  Full Article

Facebook Says Launching Facebook Dating In The U.S. - Blog
Thursday, 5 Sep 2019 

Sept 5 (Reuters) - Facebook Inc ::FACEBOOK SAYS LAUNCHING FACEBOOK DATING IN THE US - BLOG.FACEBOOK INC SAYS ALL USERS' DATING ACTIVITY WILL STAY IN FACEBOOK DATING ; IT WON’T BE SHARED TO THE REST OF FACEBOOK..  Full Article

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Facebook executive confident Libra will win enough financial backers

WASHINGTON Facebook Inc, whose digital currency project Libra has been abandoned by several high-profile partners including PayPal, Visa and Mastercard, still expects to get 100 banks and financial firms on board once it addresses regulatory concerns, the head of the project said on Wednesday.