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5/27/21

WhatsApp files petition in High Court against new IT rules, find out other controversies of parent company Facebook

Privacy dispute:  WhatsApp files petition in High Court against new IT rules, find out other controversies of parent company Facebook




Facebook data was used by Cambridge Analytica to target voters



Messaging app WhatsApp has gone to court against the central government's new IT rules. According to a guideline issued three months ago, WhatsApp and similar companies will have to keep track of the origin of messages sent through their messaging app. While the company is currently knocking on the door of the Delhi High Court against this rule of the government, let us know the previous controversies of WhatsApp's parent company Facebook and its details.

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Controversies that started in
2016 The year 2016 was a very difficult year for Facebook. This year Facebook had to endure notoriety for removing photos of the Vietnam War, videos of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest and other items. People questioned the company's content policy after Facebook removed some of the content. The company also suffered a major setback during the 2016 US election. At the time, the company was accused of spreading false news about the US presidential election. Mark Zuckerberg later apologized in a Facebook post.



Zuckerberg's
second daughter was born there in 2017, the year of the Cambridge Analytica scandal . The Cambridge Analytica scandal was later revealed in 2018. It revealed details that Facebook user data was being stolen by Cambridge Analytica. Further investigation revealed that Facebook's data was used by Cambridge Analytica to target voters. As part of that, Zuckerberg had to testify before Congress in April 2018.

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The FTC fined Facebook 5 5 billion.
In 2018, Facebook faced another controversy. Facebook was accused of being used to incite genocide. The allegations were made by Myanmar's military officials for the genocide of the country's Muslim Rohingya minority. In 2019, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) fined Facebook 5 billion. The fine was imposed on the company for violating users' privacy. The fine was a record-breaking one of the fines imposed on a tech company.

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Facebook later announced the launch of a cryptocurrency , alleging that political ads were not fact-checked . Zuckerberg once again testified before the House of Representatives' Committee on Financial Impact and Regulation in October to launch a currency called Libra. There were also various allegations on Facebook regarding various advertisements in the 2020 US presidential election. It said the company did not conduct a fact check of political aid.



Zuckerberg Founded Facebook on February 4, 2004
Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg on February 4, 2004. The year 2010 was very important for Mark Zuckerberg. He was named Person of the Year by Time Magazine in 2010 after he founded Facebook in 2004. Zuckerberg settled in Palo Alto in 2011. 


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Zuckerberg and his girlfriend Priscilla Tea bought a home to live in earlier this year. Apart from this he also bought four houses in the vicinity for privacy. He spent a total of US 50 50 million on this. Apart from this he also bought a dog named Beast. The same year, a film called The Social Network was also released. However, Zuckerberg later said that some of the details featured in the film were not accurate.



Facebook buys
Instagram for 1 1 billion in 2012 Facebook buys Instagram for 1 1 billion in 2012. Facebook released the shares in May. At the time, each stock was listed at 38. Zuckerberg later married longtime partner Dr. Priscilla Chan. Priscilla Tea recently graduated from medical school at the time. The couple later went to Rome for their honeymoon. In 2013, an attempt was made by a white hacker to report a security bug to Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg's account was hacked and a bug was posted on the wall without anyone noticing. In 2014, Mark Zuckerberg spent 100 million on Hawaii property. These include a White Sand Beach and an earlier Sugarplantation.

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Zuckerberg
gave birth to his first daughter there in 2015. Zuckerberg and Chan gave birth to their first daughter Maxi in 2015. As part of the celebration of the occasion, the couple launched the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. As part of that, he spent 99 percent of Facebook's shares, or 45 45 billion, on Advanced Human Potential and Promoting Equity. The Zuckerberg and The Chan Zuckerberg Initiatives were announced in 2016. As part of that, they invested 3 billion to cure World Disease.

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