Facebook Emails Show Its Real Mission: Making Money and Crushing Competition - New York TimesBritish lawmakers on Wednesday gave a gift to every Facebook critic who has argued that the company, while branding itself as a do-gooder enterprise, has actually been acting much like any other profit-seeking behemoth. That gift was 250 pages' worth ...-- https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/05/technology/facebook-emails-privacy-data.html

Facebook CEO backed sharing customer data despite second thoughts: documents - Reuters

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg questioned the business case for giving millions of outside software developers wide access to customer data before endorsing the practice in 2012, according to internal emails published on Wednesday.

Reuters

Zuckerberg defends Facebook in new data breach controversy - Phys.Org

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A Common Cognitive Bias May Have Cost Mark Zuckerberg $34 Billion - Inc.com Common Cognitive Bias May Have Cost Mark Zuckerberg $34 Billion A Common Cognitive Bias May Have Cost Mark Zuckerberg $34 Billion

British Parliament publishes Facebook's internal documents from the Six4Three lawsuit. It isn't pretty.

Inc.com

Facebook Cherry-Picked Special Access To Data, Docs Show - Law360 Facebook Cherry-Picked Special Access To Data, Docs Show - Law360

A dossier of internal Facebook documents released Wednesday shows executives discussing giving favored firms like Netflix and Lyft special access to user data, while restricting competitors' access to that same data.

Law360

Facebook Internal Emails Show Need For Users to Safeguard Personal Data - ConsumerReports.org Facebook Internal Emails Show Need For Users to Safeguard Personal Data

A committee in the UK released 250 pages of Facebook emaisl and other documents that called into question Facebook's sharing of consumer data. Consumer Reports explains the digital privacy concerns.

ConsumerReports.org

Documents show Facebook used user data as competitive weapon - Chicago Sun-Times

The U.K. committee released more than 200 pages of documents on the tech giant's internal discussions about the value of users' personal information.

Chicago Sun-Times

Facebook Emails Show Its Real Mission: Making Money and Crushing Competition - New York Times

Messages released publicly on Wednesday suggest the idealistic image the company promoted for years was a carefully cultivated smoke screen.

New York Times

In the hunt for revenue, did Facebook share more data than it disclosed? - PBS NewsHour In the hunt for revenue, did Facebook share more data than it disclosed?

In April, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Congress that his platform doesn’t “sell any data to anyone.” But now, documents released by a British Parliament committee suggest the social media giant was trading access to user data in exchange for advertising dollars. Nick Schifrin speaks with the Washington Post’s Elizabeth Dwoskin for specifics on the accusations and Facebook's response.

PBS NewsHour

Facebook offered advertisers special access to users' data, activities - The Boston Globe

But perceived rivals, such as Twitter, were cut off from the data troves.

The Boston Globe

Vox Sentences: Cuba is finally on the grid - Vox Vox Sentences: Cuba is finally on the grid

Internal Facebook documents reveal troubling details of the social media platform’s operations; Cuban residents are granted full internet access on their mobile phones.

Vox