The social network is opening up about its decision-making over which posts it decides to take down — and why.
Martin Lewis is the unwitting face of crypto scammers, and he wants Facebook to fix it.
In the wake of privacy scandals, Facebook users are newly realizing their data makes the company rich. What if platforms paid them for their contributions?
Facebook will be transitioning 1.5 billion non-European users around the world away from their existing agreements with Facebook's Irish headquarters, placing them outside of the protections of the GDPR.
"A World Without Facebook" is a fake video of Mark Zuckerberg discussing how fake news helped convince him to delete Facebook in its entirety, and it sparked collective outrage on Facebook, where users believe it's a real announcement from the company's founder.
Facebook is about to start pushing European users to speed through giving consent for its new GDPR privacy law compliance changes.
The FTC's 1998 case against an early web pioneer laid the groundwork for data privacy discussions today.
The Facebook founder's congressional hearings strongly resembled torture techniques straight out of the 1800s.
Facebook can identify people people "at risk" of jumping ship from one brand to a competitor. The technology raises ethical alarms among experts.
Maybe Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook is a different Facebook than the one we're all talking about. At this point, this is the only explanation that makes sense.
Wouldn't you rather be a rich nobody than whatever Mark Zuckerberg is?
If you watched the Facebook hearings, you know that Zuck said the words "senator," "congressman" and "congresswoman" a lot. But this supercut of all the times he used those titles will probably make your brain melt anyway.
Conan O'Brien dreams up all the Facebook fun-tivities you can bring into your day-to-day life... like calling up people you barely knew in high school and asking if they have any good bikini pics.
This is the first time Zuckerberg has appeared before Congress.
Researchers used a simple Facebook quiz to determine exploitable traits of a huge swath of American voters.
Users will reportedly receive a detailed message on their timeline if their data was obtained by Cambridge Analytica.
Private security guards, dead ends, and a whole lot of paranoia: Here's what happens when you try to rummage through the garbage of the man who owns the world's secrets.
It can be difficult for global platforms like Facebook to consistently rebuild trust when attitudes toward privacy vary so widely across the globe.
I deleted my Facebook account this weekend. For years I'd had this nagging feeling that the company was trying to hijack my life story, so I had already deactivated it about three years ago. Unsurprisingly, Facebook made deleting my account difficult and unpleasant.
It was a Palantir employee in London, working closely with the data scientists building Cambridge's psychological profiling technology, who suggested the scientists create their own app — a mobile-phone-based personality quiz — to gain access to Facebook users' friend networks.
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