Report: Facebook Shared More Private Data Than Previously DisclosedThe social media giant is accused of releasing private information to other tech companies, like Amazon, Netflix and Spotify.
Facebook Glitch May Expose About 7 Million Users’ PhotosA security glitch may have let third-party apps access the private photos of as many as 6.8 million users.
Is #FacebookMessenger Down?Several users have reported having issues replying to messages or sending messages Thursday morning.
Tech Stocks Tumble, Lose Whole Year Of Gains On MarketThe hottest tech stocks of the summer lost more than $1 trillion dollars of value from their highs, with Apple and Facebook seeing slow sales and possible government regulation.
N.J. Mom Stops School Shooting After Getting Facebook Message From SuspectKoeberle Bull lives in Lumberton, New Jersey, and never visited or gave Kentucky much thought until last Wednesday when she received a private Facebook message from a man she didn’t know.
Facebook Reportedly Working On Unsend Message Button FeatureIt is not yet known when this reported feature will be ready for all users.
Facebook Wants To Put A Camera In Your HouseThe Portal's built-in camera automatically follows users as they move and even widens the shot if a second person enters the frame.
Viral Facebook Hoax Messages Prompts Warning From Officials“Hi… I actually got another friend request from you yesterday which I ignored so you may want to check your account,” reads the viral message that is completely bogus.
Mistaken, Negative Review Goes Viral, Causing Big Trouble For Long Island BusinessOnline reviews can make or break a business. But what happens when a bad review is inaccurate and goes viral?
Facebook Says 50M User Accounts Hit By Security Breach Facebook says it recently discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50 million user accounts.
Instagram Co-Founders Leaving FacebookInstagram’s Co-Founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger announced they stepped down from the social media site Monday.
Congress Grills Social Media Execs About Stopping Election MeddlingSocial media executives headed to Capitol Hill Wednesday to face more questions about how they’re working to combat foreign meddling with midterm elections just months away.