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    Cambridge Analytica’s dirty tricks go beyond data harvesting
    Mar20

    Cambridge Analytica’s dirty tricks go beyond data harvesting

    Washington — Sitting in a hotel bar, Alexander Nix, who runs the political data firm Cambridge Analytica, had a few ideas for a prospective client looking for help in a foreign election. The firm could send an attractive woman to seduce a rival candidate and secretly videotape the encounter, Nix said, or send someone posing as a wealthy land...

    Facebook security chief changes role to focus on election fraud
    Mar20

    Facebook security chief changes role to focus on election fraud

    Facebook’s chief of security Alex Stamos is said to be leaving the social network after internal clashes over how to respond to Russian disinformation © GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/AFP/File / WIN MCNAMEESan Francisco, United States, Mar 20 – Facebook’s chief of security said late Monday his role has shifted to focusing on emerging...

    Facebook rocked by data breach scandal as investigations loom
    Mar20

    Facebook rocked by data breach scandal as investigations loom

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is being asked on both sides of the Atlantic to explain the social media giant’s response to the leak of data on 50 million users to a political consultant for Donald Trump © GETTY/AFP/File / JUSTIN SULLIVANWashington, United States, Mar 19 – Facebook shares plunged Monday as the social media giant was pounded...

    Facebook Rocked By Data Breach Scandal As Investigations Loom
    Mar19

    Facebook Rocked By Data Breach Scandal As Investigations Loom

    In this file photo taken on May 17, 2012, a Facebook logo is seen through the windows of the NASDAQ stock exchange as people walk by on Times Square in New York. Emmanuel DUNAND / AFP Facebook shares plunged Monday as the social media giant faced an onslaught of criticism at home and abroad over revelations that a firm working for Donald...

    What The World Is Saying About Putin’s Re-Election
    Mar19

    What The World Is Saying About Putin’s Re-Election

    Presidential candidate, President Vladimir Putin speaks as he meets with confidants at his campaign headquarters in Moscow on March 18, 2018.Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP China was the first world power to react on Monday to Russian strongman Vladimir Putin’s re-election, vowing to push ties to a “higher level”, but Germany questioned the fairness of...

    Ukraine foreign minister urges tougher Russia action, World Cup boycott
    Mar19

    Ukraine foreign minister urges tougher Russia action, World Cup boycott

    The UK nerve agent attack shows Russia has no “red lines” anymore, says Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. In an interview with DW, he contends that Moscow’s aggression against Kyiv could happen anywhere now. …read more Source:...

    What the world is saying about Putin’s re-election
    Mar19

    What the world is saying about Putin’s re-election

    Russia’s Vladimir Putin won a record fourth term in office © AFP / Mladen ANTONOVPARIS, France, Mar 19 – China was the first world power to react Monday to Russian strongman Vladimir Putin’s re-election, vowing to push ties to a “higher level”, but Germany questioned the fairness of the vote and warned that Moscow would remain...

    Putin Pledges To Reduce Russia’s Military Spending
    Mar19

    Putin Pledges To Reduce Russia’s Military Spending

    Presidential candidate, President Vladimir PutinAlexey DRUZHININ / SPUTNIK / AFP President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Russia would cut its military spending, a day after he won a presidential election with a landslide. “We have plans to decrease our defence spending both this year and next. But this will not lead to any decline in the...

    Russia Will Remain ‘Difficult Partner’ After Putin Re-Election – Germany
    Mar19

    Russia Will Remain ‘Difficult Partner’ After Putin Re-Election – Germany

    German Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas (R) arrives ahead of a Foreign Affairs minister meeting at EU headquarters in Brussels on March 19, 2018.JOHN THYS / AFP Russia will remain a “difficult partner” after President Vladimir Putin’s re-election but will be needed to help resolve international tensions, German Foreign Minister Heiko...

    Putin Emerges Winner Of Russia’s Presidential Election With Landslide
    Mar19

    Putin Emerges Winner Of Russia’s Presidential Election With Landslide

    Presidential candidate, President Vladimir Putin speaks as he meets with confidants at his campaign headquarters in Moscow on March 18, 2018.Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP Vladimir Putin was Monday set for another six years in power after his landslide victory in Russia’s presidential election but so far only close allies have congratulated him on...

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