Facebook featured events in 2018 ~ Ofuran

Facebook featured events in 2018

Facebook's featured events in 2018

Year to fix Facebook

On 4 January last year CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised to fix Facebook in 2018. Zuckerberg said that Facebook protects our community from abuse and hatred, works against national issues, or ensures that the time spent on Facebook is well spent.

New News Feed
How Facebook News feeds are organized It gives priority to friends and family posts on publisher and brand posts. It is said that the time spent by Facebook people will be reduced.

Contributors response
On January 31 last year, Facebook's stock suddenly said that people spend less time on Facebook. Therefore, the stock will be permanently reduced until the next step gradually decreases.

Bomb explosion investigation
The New York Times and The Guardian reported on March 17 last year, a so called data analysis organization called Cambridge Analyst tried to influence how voted using data collected from millions of Facebook profiles.

Delete Facebook
WhatsApp Assistant Brian Acton requested Facebook users to delete their account. Because Facebook is owned by WhatsApp, its importance becomes important. He joined the growing 'Delete Facebook' movement on the data confidentiality and spread of wrong information on the platform.

Zuckerberg's apology
In a special interview to CNN Business's Laurie Segal on March 21 last year about Cambridge analysis scandal, Zuckerberg said, "I'm really sorry that it happened.

Privacy change
On March 28, 2014, Facebook roll out the changes to give Facebook users more control over their privacy settings.

A bad scandal
Facebook posted on April 4 last year, in Cambridge analytics, there were 87 million Facebook users without permission. The same day, Zuckerberg admits that Facebook can not fully protect its platform from abuse.

Zuckerberg's testimony
On 10-11 April last year, Zuckerberg came to Washington, DC and answered 10 hours a day to 100 lawmakers.

Facebook is still profitable
Despite the reaction from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook said on April 25 last year, it became the first beneficial for the first time in the first three months of the year in 2016, the active users of the United States and Canada.

WhatsApp Supporters Leave Facebook
Facebook-owned WhatsApp CEO and Cooper duo John Koum announced on April 30, 2018, he is leaving the messaging application.

More information sharing agreement
On June 3, 2016, another New York Times investigation revealed data-sharing opportunities with several tech companies including Apple, Microsoft and Samsung.

Problems in India
After the hacked messages sent to Facebook-owned applications on 3rd and 4th of July last year, WhatsApp was blamed for lynching across the country on issues related to India.

Regulators in the United States on July 10, 2018, said that users violated Facebook law by failing to protect information. The company finally fined £ 5 million.

The worst day for a public company in Facebook Stock History on July 26 last year. This is 19 percent downtrend. The sale resulted in the loss of about 119 billion dollars of market value.

Myanmar ban!
Facebook has banned 20 organizations and individuals from Myanmar, including one senior military commander.

Sheryl Sandberg's testimony
On September 5, 2014, Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg told the US Senate Committee that there was a shortage of understanding and limited reasons for Russian operations in 2016. We do not have access to the United States and the information of this committee or the investigator tools.

Exit of Instagram
On Sep 24 last year, Kevin Cyrthram and Mike Krieger of Instagram Coopower announced they were leaving Facebook-owned photo-sharing apps.

New Facebook Account Hack
On September 28 last year, Facebook released information about attacking users of 50 million users, and they logged in using Facebook and accessing attackers on other sites and application users' accounts.

Downturn continued
On the 30th of October, 2013, the last report of the Facebook shares continued to fall.

New York Times investigation
On November 14, 2014, a New York Times investigation said that Facebook did not do enough about Russian intervention on its platform. The magazine said that Facebook has appointed a company that spearhead its critics, including the millionaire George Soros.

New Internal Document
On 5 December 2013, the British Parliament released a set of internal Facebook documents that have been fighting for months to prevent public from being created. Meanwhile, there is a demand for the alleged negligence of the company for user confidentiality, while Zuckerberg claimed that Facebook wanted to force the competitors to go out of business.

December 18
Another New York Times report said last year that Facebook users had released data from Microsoft, Netflix, Spotify and Amazon, with data released earlier this year.

Netflix and Spatif were given the ability to read personal messages to Facebook users.