WHERE TO WATCH
How Can Facebook Rebuild Broken Trust?
March 22, 2018
An external audit would be one way to show that the company takes the privacy of its users seriously. But "they're not going to do that," says Alex Shepard, staff writer at The New Republic.
Need2Know: Nearing 100K Deaths, Trump v. Twitter & New Era for Spaceflight
Mar 28, 2018
Facebook's Data Policies Are Like "Cigarette Labels"
Facebook may warn users about how their data could be used, but Quartz's David Yanofsky says most people don't understand the full extent of that. And like other addictive products, they're unlikely to give up on it so easily.
Mar 23, 2018
Why Regulating Facebook May Be Unrealistic
The problem with regulating Facebook is that the social media network operates in over 190 countries in a multitude of languages. On top of that "governments themselves are abusing it," making it an extremely complex company to rein in, says David Kirkpatrick, author of "The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That is Connecting the World."
Apr 26, 2018
Facebook's Real Test Will Be Q2
The social media giant reported better-than-expected earnings, despite questions about its privacy and data security. [But the real impact of the Cambridge Analytica scandal will only be reflected in the next quarter, says Damon Beres, Executive Editor at Mashable.](https://mashable.com/2018/04/25/facebook-q1-2018-earnings/)