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Facebook hit with $165 million fine for misleading EU on Whatsapp merger

European regulators said that Facebook was not honest about its ability to identify users that had both Facebook and WhatsApp accounts, and link those accounts. At the time of the merger review,..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

WhatsApp service returns after outage

WhatsApp is back online after an outage cut off millions of users around the world.
SBS

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News video: EU antitrust body fines Facebook 110 mln euros over WhatsApp deal

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The EU competition authority slaps a fine on the social media network for providing misleading information during the vetting of its deal to buy WhatsApp.
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News video: EU Fines Facebook Over $100 Million for Misleading Merger

EU Fines Facebook Over $100 Million for Misleading Merger 00:45

The EU fined Facebook over $100 million for failing to disclose information related to its purchase of WhatsApp.
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News video: EU fines Facebook &euro;110m over WhatsApp deal

EU fines Facebook &euro;110m over WhatsApp deal 01:28

European Union antitrust regulators have fined Facebook 110 million euros for giving misleading information during a vetting of its deal to acquire messaging service WhatsApp in 2014. As Ciara Lee..
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News video: EU fines Facebook €110m over WhatsApp deal

EU fines Facebook €110m over WhatsApp deal 01:28

European Union antitrust regulators have fined Facebook 110 million euros for giving misleading information during a vetting of its deal to acquire messaging service WhatsApp in 2014. As Ciara Lee..
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News video: EU fines Facebook €110m over WhatsApp deal

EU fines Facebook €110m over WhatsApp deal 01:27

European Union antitrust regulators have fined Facebook 110 million euros for giving misleading information during a vetting of its deal to acquire messaging service WhatsApp in 2014. As Ciara Lee..
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THE NAKED FUND MANAGER: Platforms are taking over the world

The internet has fundamentally changed the playing field for businesses around the world. It has led to the removal of geological and informational constraints that many companies historically relied..
Proactive Investors

UK tells WhatsApp to open up to intelligence services

UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd urged online companies to be more aggressive in shutting down sites exploited by terrorists.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

WhatsApp not so private after all

Think your WhatsApp messages are completely private? Well think again... an encryption flaw has been revealed.
SBS

EU charges Facebook for lying about WhatsApp privacy controls

The European Commission has charged Facebook with misleading it during its WhatsApp takeover, threatening a $247m fine.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Norwood Systems launches unique over-the-top telephony service

The company’s shares were last trading at $0.033, up 10% intraday. The company has replicated the core mobile user experience for both voice and messaging with purely OTT (over-the-top) apps on a..
Proactive Investors

WhatsApp to be lost to old mobile phones

Instant messaging company WhatsApp is turning off support to older mobile phones as more people are using the latest Google, Apple and Microsoft smartphones.
SBS

Messaging service app WhatsApp introduces video calling feature


9News

WhatsApp adds secure video calling

WhatsApp is adding fully encrypted video calling to its messaging app amid concerns about stepped-up government surveillance under a Trump administration.
SBS

Cabinet has 'never, ever, ever' discussed sensitive material on WhatsApp - but George Brandis won't release the chats

Testy officials from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet dismissed security experts' concerns about the use of WhatsApp.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Government ‘hammered’ over WhatsApp

GEORGE Brandis could do nothing but stare blankly ahead and say nothing during a heated moment as the government was grilled over its use of WhatsApp.
Courier Mail Also reported by •Herald Sun

Use of WhatsApp 'entirely unremarkable', says Attorney-General Brandis

Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet confirms to Senate Estimates it has not taken any action on cabinet ministers and staff using online messaging platform WhatsApp.
SBS

Labor grills Brandis on WhatsApp use

PENNY Wong called on George Brandis to reveal his WhatsApp history after claiming he never shared sensitive material, as the PM’s top 50 websites emerged.
Daily Telegraph Also reported by •The Advertiser

No action on ministerial Whatsapp use

No review has been launched in the wake of revelations Turnbull government ministers and senior officials were using Whatsapp to message each other.
SBS


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