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Facebook Scolds Canada

Canadian regulators said that Facebook’s weak privacy protection was to blame for millions of users’ data being exposed. Canadian privacy commissionaire said that Facebook broke national and provincial regulations when it came to sharing user data with third parties. Facebook flat-out refused to agree with the Canadian government’s legal findings and refused audits of its … Continue reading Facebook Scolds Canada

Housing Sold Prices are Now Available in Toronto

Supreme Court of Canada has sided with Competition Bureau and gave a big victory to Toronto house buyers and sellers. Supreme court said that starting now housing sold pricing could be available online. Before you could get that data (sold housing prices) only from licensed real estate broker. Real estate websites were banned from publishing … Continue reading Housing Sold Prices are Now Available in Toronto

5 Most Bizarre Questions Congress Asked Zuckerberg

Facebook has been in a hot seat recently due to exposure of between 50 million and 87 million Facebook user profiles without the users’ consent. Mark did a good job last few days showing up at US congress and answering most of their questions. Facebook stock regained over $30 billion back. Facebook had important questions … Continue reading 5 Most Bizarre Questions Congress Asked Zuckerberg