In a February 23 court appearance, Meta giant Mark Zuckerberg is set to try to skirt personal liability in dozens […]
Facebook, back in 2016, a data mining and analytics firm named “Cambridge Analytica” misused Facebook user data. The misuse of […]
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Turns out people don’t like automatically sharing everything they do to Facebook—and with a change to its software, the social network has finally acknowledged that.
Anonymous social apps are no longer places of hate, but of hope.
As an indispensable part of the plumbing of the social Web, someone will want to own it.
The world’s biggest social network really, really wanted to own the world’s biggest independent messaging app.
At a high-profile event, Facebook’s CEO once again stressed the importance of creating applications on his platform.
Facebook’s boy-king and Google’s visionary co-founder are working together on a $33 million science fair of sorts.
The social network wants to make its settings easier to understand, but still isn’t clarifying exactly what it does with your data.
The social network now prompts friends to ask you for more personal details.
When it comes to minting the mega-mega rich, tech is about as lucrative as mining.
The man who claimed he was entitled to a 50% stake in Facebook because founder Mark Zuckerberg stole the idea from him is accused of forging documents, filing a bogus lawsuit and orchestrating a multi-million dollar scheme.