Its overwhelming theme, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is that "the future is private." After a year plagued by controversy over whether Facebook is invading its users' privacy and encouraging social division, it's pushing hard on helping people connect with close family and friends.
or hate — needs a radical reboot.
Facebook is convinced that I am a young mother with a love of kraken-themed decor.
A trivial fine would mean the government isn't just deferential to Facebook, but that it doesn't truly understand its power.
The new "Why am I seeing this post?" feature could have unintended consequences — for users and advertisers alike.
Facebook has confirmed its password-related security incident last month now affects "millions" of Instagram users, not "tens of thousands" as first thought.
The David vs. Goliath contest pits a small startup against one of the most powerful technology companies in the world.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg oversaw plans to consolidate the social network’s power and control competitors by treating its users’ data as a bargaining chip, while publicly proclaiming to be protecting that data.
Scandals. Backstabbing. Resignations. Record profits. Time bombs. In early 2018, Mark Zuckerberg set out to fix Facebook. Here's how that turned out.
Facebook appears to deliver certain ads, including for housing and employment, in a way that aligns with race and gender stereotypes — even when advertisers ask for the ads to be exposed a broad, inclusive audience.
The discovery shows that a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal exposed how unsecure and widely disseminated Facebook users' information is online, companies that control that information at every step still haven't done enough to seal up private data.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has filed charges against Facebook for violations of the Fair Housing Act, allegedly made in connection with Facebook's ad targeting system.
After a civil rights backlash, Facebook will now treat white nationalism and separatism the same as white supremacy, and will direct users who try to post that content to a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups.
What top Zuckerberg lieutenant Chris Cox's departure means for the company.
One year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Mark Zuckerberg says the company really cares. Then why is there an endless cycle of fury and apology?
Facebook's top executive ranks underwent another change on Thursday, with the loss of the company's chief product officer and the head of its WhatsApp messaging service.
For the last several years, lands Zuckerberg doesn't own have been the source of simmering conflict with the community, as he has taken aggressive steps to buy or otherwise control a part of Kauai.
Inside the Facebook exec's $10 million per year security detail.
Nearly a year ago, Imperva researchers discovered that, through Messenger, a hacker could use "any website to expose who you have been messaging with."
Zuck is basically aiming to make Facebook more "private" — the way you might refer to a "private party" or your "private parts" — while claiming the company really cares about "privacy."
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