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Facebook refuses to compromise on privacy, firing back at Australia, US and UK

Tech giant Facebook has accused the Australian, United States and British governments of demanding a fundamental weakening of the company's products that would be a "gift" to the world's criminals, hackers and dictators and endanger innocent people. Executives from Facebook – which operates WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger – have declared they will not compromise the security of their messaging services for the sake of law enforcement, firing back at Western governments that recently demanded the company abandon plans to encrypt communications across its products. In October, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, US Attorney-General William Barr, acting US Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin

Employees Say Instagram is Hiding Likes to Make You Post More: Report

From the beginning of its “experiment” with hiding likes, Instagram has maintained that the move is meant to improve users’ mental health. But according to three former Facebook employees, there’s another, more selfish reason why the photo sharing app is making this change: it’ll get you to post more often. This report comes from CNBC, who spoke with the three employees under the condition that their identities would be kept anonymous. According to the report, Facebook’s growth and data science teams “developed a hypothesis” that hiding likes might encourage users to post more often by removing the pressure associated with likes. Currently, the fear of posting a photo that’s only liked by a

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