Coronavirus Frontline Workers Driven To 'Fight The Fight' By Adopt-A-Nurse Facebook Group's CareTwo strangers were brought to tears after social media brought them together: one a nurse, the other a grateful daughter.
Coronavirus Update: Privacy Concerns Raised Over Potential Voluntary 'Contact Tracing' AppTech companies are creating new measures to track your location to help control the spread of COVID-19.
SEE IT: Local Santa's Heartwarming Message In Sign Language To Deaf Children Goes ViralJarod Mills – who also goes by Santa on Facebook – is the father of a deaf child in Danville.
Over 267 Million Facebook Users Have Account Info Exposed On Dark Web In Massive Data BreachSecurity researcher Bob Diachenko reportedly made the disturbing find on Dec. 14.
'Secret Sister' Facebook Scam Returns To Trick Holiday Gift Givers, Consumer Watchdog WarnsIf a stranger on the internet promises you a Christmas gift for a $10 buy-in and some personal information, it probably isn't legit, the Better Business Bureau warns.
Instagram, Facebook Service Restored After Thanksgiving Day OutageIn an update just after 3 p.m. ET, the company said that the issue is fully resolved.
Facebook Making Major Move Into Hudson YardsFacebook says it is one of the largest real estate transactions in company history.
Consumer Alert: $75 Costco Coupon Being Shared On Facebook Is A Scam, Store SaysThe warehouse shopping club chain says a $75 coupon that's popping up on Facebook is a scam.
Facebook Bug Accesses iPhone's Camera While User Scrolls Through News FeedReached for comment, Facebook confirmed the bug was "inadvertently introduced" and promised a fix was in the works.
Ohio Man Arrested, Louisiana Cops Fired After Making Facebook Threats About Alexandria Ocasio-CortezThe U.S. Attorney's Office in Cleveland says 41-year-old Timothy Ireland of Toledo was charged Friday with making interstate threats.
FTC Fines Facebook $5 Billion, Zuckerberg To Be Held Personally Responsible For Privacy ComplianceFederal regulators have fined Facebook $5 billion for privacy violations and holding CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally responsible in a limited fashion.
USWNT World Cup Parade: Views From New York City's Canyon Of HeroesFans from across the nation have turned out to celebrate the U.S. Womens' National Team's victory parade down Manhattan's Canyon of Heroes in honor of their amazing World Cup win.
Possible Sarin Gas Detection At Facebook Mail Facility Prompts Hazmat ResponseFirefighters with hazardous materials training are setting up at Facebook’s shipping and receiving building in Menlo Park, Calif. after crews operating a security machine detected the possible presence of sarin gas.
NY Comptroller Goes After Facebook For Mishandling Personal Data, Fake News And Hate SpeechNew York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has written to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg demanding big changes in corporate governance.
Facebook Unveils New Cryptocurrency ‘Libra’Facebook changed the way that we communicate. Now, the social media giant wants to change how its billions of users think about cryptocurrency.