Facebook is accused of giving access to users’ data to more than 60 smartphone makers, including Apple, Samsung, etc.
Uganda has imposed a controversial tax on people using social media platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber and Twitter in a move to curb “gossip” and raise revenue
Facebook said that the feature was only available in five countries and accounted for less than 1.5 per cent of clicks to news publishers on average.
Facebook will remove its Trending section starting next week, the social media giant said in a blog post.
Facebook has entered a partnership with the National Commission for Women (NCW), under which it has introduced a new digital literacy program that targets women.
New Zealand Privacy Commissioner John Edwards and Facebook have been at loggerheads with tech giant since March, when he asserted the US company had broken local rules by refusing a request by a New Zealand citizen to access personal information held on the accounts of other users.
Snap Inc chief Evan Spiegel implied that the Facebook copycatting was the least of his worries.
Facebook, one of the largest corporations by market capitalization, has grown in part through acquisitions.
The Communications Workers of America is suing on behalf of union members and other job seekers who allegedly missed out on employment opportunities because companies used Facebook’s ad tools to target people of other ages.
Facebook has updated its two-factor authentication system, to now allow login via third-party apps like Google Authenticator or Duo Security.
Facebook would dodge the tough new sanctions under the updated EU rules if any violations in the Cambridge Analytica case are proven because the rules don’t apply retroactively.
In India, the privacy review on Facebook for Android will be available in 11 local languages.
Using internet has its own share of advantages and risks, especially for kids. We have listed some useful tips to keep your children safe online
While Facebook has said that it wants to draw the line between news and misinformation, the company turned down an offer to work with a news media trade group to help resolve a conflict, emails show.
As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gets ready to testify for the recent data breach before the European parliament, UK’s lawmakers have asked the EU to quiz the Facebook chief over misuse of user data.