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  1. Facebook, Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Facebook, Inc., is an American technology conglomerate based in Menlo Park, California. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, along with his fellow roommates and students at Harvard College, who were Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin ...

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  3. History of Facebook - Wikipedia

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    Facebook announces FB Newswire to help journalists find news on its website. 2014 April 30 Product, accessibility Facebook launches anonymous login so that people can use apps without giving them their data. 2014 June 18 Product (mobile-only)

    Year
    Month and date (if available)
    Event type
    Event
    2018
    April 26
    Legal
    Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer is grilled for five hours by the UK Parliament; he is a stand-in for CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Among other things, in the testimony he gives estimates of Facebook's numbers of "dark ads" on Facebook, in connection with consumer advocate Martin Lewis whose name was used by malicious advertisers on advertisements for spam and misleading products.
    2018
    April 10–11
    Legal
    Mark Zuckerberg attends his first congressional hearings at Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. testifying about controversies over Facebook data privacy, and being questioned for almost 10 hours in two days by senators and representatives over the company's privacy policies. On the first day, Zuckerberg repeatedly apologizes and promises privacy reforms on Facebook, but also pointedly defends his company against the threat of new legislation. Facing tougher questions on the second day regarding Facebook policies about user privacy, data collection, political bias and the social network's business model, Zuckerberg would reject suggestions from Congress members that Facebook users did not have enough control over their data. However, he would explain plans to tighten data policies, protect users from further leaks and become more transparent about who's advertising on his site.
    2018
    March 17–26
    Controversy
    A whistleblower reveals that British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica harvested 50 million Facebook profiles and used personal information taken without authorisation in early 2014 to build a system that could profile individual voters in the United States, in order to target them with personalized political advertisements. On March 26, the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announces it is investigating Facebook's privacy practices following the revelations. The scandal would affect deeply the image of Facebook, with a loss of nearly US$50 billion in market capitalization since the data scandal.
    2018
    January 31
    Userbase
    Facebook reports losing daily users for the first time ever in the United States and Canada. However, globally, the number of people using Facebook daily rose 14% compared to the previous year, but falling by 700,000 people in the US and Canada for the first time.
  4. FB - Wikipedia

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    FB (band), an electronic music collaboration of Benny Benassi and Ferry Corsten Facebook, a social networking website, also known as FB.com Friendship book, a booklet swapped amongst pen pals Frostbite (game engine), a video game engine Science and

  5. Mark Zuckerberg - Wikipedia

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    Mark Elliot Zuckerberg (/ ˈ z ʌ k ər b ɜːr ɡ /; born May 14, 1984) is an American media magnate, internet entrepreneur, and philanthropist.He is known for co-founding Facebook, Inc. and serves as its chairman, chief executive officer, and ...

  6. Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal - Wikipedia

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    The Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal concerned the obtaining of the personal data of millions of Facebook users without their consent by British consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, predominantly to be used for political advertising.[1] ...

  7. General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark - Wikipedia

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    The FB-111s were operated by Strategic Air Command from 1969 before conversion to F-111G and transferred to Air Combat Command (ACC) until their retirement in 1993. At a ceremony marking the F-111's USAF retirement, on 27 July 1996, it was ...

  8. Subaru FB engine - Wikipedia

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    The Subaru FB engine is the third and current generation of gasoline boxer-4 engine used in Subaru automobiles, and was announced on 23 September 2010.[1] It follows the previous generation EJ-series engine which was introduced in 1989 and the ...

    • 1.6 L (1,599 cc), 2.0 L (1,995 cc), 2.5 L (2,498 cc)
    • Flat-4
    • 2010–present
    • Subaru
  9. Samuel Morse - Wikipedia

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    Samuel F. B. Morse was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, the first child of the pastor Jedidiah Morse (1761–1826), who was also a geographer, and his wife Elizabeth Ann Finley Breese (1766–1828). [1] His father was a great preacher of the ...

  10. MGWR Classes F, Fa, and Fb - Wikipedia

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    The MGWR Classes F, Fa and Fb are a group of similar classes of 0-6-0 steam locomotives of the Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland which were designed and built between 1921 and 1924. The locomotives could be used to handle goods and also ...

  11. FB Gulbene - Wikipedia

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    FB Gulbene (formerly "FB Gulbene-2005") is a Latvian football club based in Gulbene.The club plays its home matches at the Gulbenes Sporta Centrs stadium with capacity of 1,500 people. They were promoted to the Latvian Higher League ...