Facebook users can now see whether their data may have been obtained by political data firm Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook on Monday began rolling out a "see how you're affected" tool at the top of News Feeds to inform users if they're among the tens of millions of people who had their data improperly harvested by Cambridge Analytica.
In the region, wildlife has flourished due to the scarcity of human presence, but it also has to coexist with traces of the Korean war. "The government and the military don't know where the existing mines still are, you have to be very careful when hiking or walking through this area," said Vananda Voogle. Will the Korean summit change the balance of this delicate region? Cho Moongil, a resident and farmer, believes not: "We don't have any special feelings about it (...) They always say the same things."
US President Donald Trump has outraged French opinion by suggesting the 2015 attacks on Paris could have been stopped by giving people guns.
He mimicked gunmen summoning and shooting victims one by one, saying "Boom! Come over here!" and using his hand to imitate a gun being fired.
In reality, the attackers sprayed many of their 130 victims with semi-automatic fire and set off bomb belts.
The French foreign ministry called for the victims' memory to be respected.
"France expresses its firm disapproval of the comments by President Trump about the attacks of 13 November 2015 in Paris and asks for the memory of the victims to be respected," the foreign ministry said.
Spanning 34 miles (55 kilometers), this is the longest sea-crossing bridge ever built. Gao Xinglin, assistant director and senior engineer at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Authority, meets us half way along. As we are buffeted by a strong wind, the tough conditions his construction crew experienced, as they perched on precarious platforms, working miles from land and high over the water, are evident.
Seigner, who was one of 928 artists invited to join the Academy as part of a bid to boost diversity last month, gave her response in an open letter published in France's Le Journal du Dimanche newspaper.