Facebook is about to warn you if personal data got to Cambridge Analytica

Facebook is about to warn you if personal data got to Cambridge Analytica

Facebook has been embroiled in a bug scandal with irresponsible data  sharing with Cambridge Analytica. This has resulted is suspensions of companies such as  AggregateIQ and Cubeyou. Facebook began on Monday alerting the 87 million users whose data may have been harvested by Cambridge Analytica. The company will to post a link at the top of users’ news feeds that will let them to see which apps are connected to their Facebook accounts and what…

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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is investing Indian edu-tech startup BYJU’s

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is investing Indian edu-tech startup BYJU’s

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg  is funding a new startup in India. The announcement was made today via his page on Facebook. Early 2016, we reported that Andela African based coding academy received a funding investment of $24 million for its Series B round of funding through the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Quick Read: Safaricom partners with Eneza Education; Launch Shupavu 291 an SMS learning Solution Part of the statement read As part of the Chan Zuckerberg…

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Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg in Nairobi to visit innovation Hubs

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg in Nairobi to visit innovation Hubs

The Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg has just landed in Nairobi, Kenya after a popular maiden visit to Nigeria in his first Africa tour. After his hugely successful tour of Zuckerberg visited Nigeria’s tech and innovation ecosystem. Some of the  hubs he toured include CcHub, Andela which directly benefitd from the Chan Zuckerberg  Funding. The founder held a Townhall Q&A. Quick Read: Local Start-up Bunifu Beats Odds to Build Kenya’s First Antivirus Mark Zuckerberg is in…

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Mark Zuckerberg invests $24 Million-in Andela to train African coders through CZI

Mark Zuckerberg  invests $24 Million-in Andela to train African coders through CZI

Andela which has campuses based in Lagos, Nigeria and Nairobi Kenya provides companies with access to the top 1% of global tech talent. Through their system, they identify high-potential developers on the African continent and train them to world-class technical leaders. After the rigorous training, coders are paired with companies as full-time, distributed team members. Quick Read: Safaricom partners with Eneza Education; Launch Shupavu 291 an SMS learning Solution The coding academy has received a…

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