Several organizations such as Google or Microsoft established methodologies to implement and operationalise it, but it is yet to be widely adopted.
Meta (earlier Facebook) has been planning to launch its first watch in 2022, but a final decision on timing hasn’t been made yet.
Whether Meta can separate itself from the problems brought to light by whistleblower Frances Haugen needs to be seen. There is no guarantee the final result won’t be a car crash.
The new name won’t affect how the company uses or shares data, and the corporate structure isn’t changing. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said 'the metaverse is the next frontier'.
CyberX9 claims a vulnerability in CDSL, which manages trading accounts on BSE, NSE & other exchanges, exposed sensitive data. CDSL denies breach, says it was fixed quickly.
Documents submitted by Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen to US Securities and Exchange Commission suggest that the platform was only removing 5% of hate speech or less.
Facebook, the WSJ report says, has been so ‘concerned’ about how their services were linked to communal rifts in India that it sent researchers to interview ‘dozens of users’.
While whistleblower Frances Haugen's disclosures have painted a worrying picture of Facebook, the India experiment suggests that its influence globally could be even worse.
In an affidavit filed in reply to WhatsApp’s plea, the Centre said platforms monetise users’ data for commercial purposes & are not legally entitled to claim that it protects privacy.
The original app and service may remain unchanged in their branding. The name change would come at a time when Facebook is under fire from regulators, lawmakers & activists.