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Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg believes Holocaust deniers and fake news sites belong on the social network

Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg believes Holocaust deniers and fake news sites belong on the social network

Facebook isn’t going to stop sites that facilitate the act of misinformation.
By Emma Sims Jul 20 2018, 9:50AM
Facebook boosts smart tech with Bloomsbury AI buy

Facebook boosts smart tech with Bloomsbury AI buy

Bloomsbury AI';s natural language processing tech will help Facebook understand how people use language.
By Staff Writer Jul 6 2018, 9:00AM
Thousands of apps are now recording your phone screen without permission

Thousands of apps are now recording your phone screen without permission

Third parties are using apps to record your phone screen, without any prior notification, study finds.
By Staff Writer Jul 5 2018, 11:00AM
Facebook makes additional API changes to secure user data

Facebook makes additional API changes to secure user data

Facebook announced more API platform updates following the Cambridge Analytica scandal which resulted in the misuse of the information from 120 million users.
By Robert Abel Jul 4 2018, 10:58AM
Facebook closes three apps you probably didn't know existed

Facebook closes three apps you probably didn't know existed

Un-appy day.
By Staff Writer Jul 4 2018, 10:19AM
Facebook quizzes may have exposed 120 million users personal information

Facebook quizzes may have exposed 120 million users personal information

Facebook's data privacy woes continue to grow as a security researcher uncovered the social media's popular "tests" not only told users which Disney princess they were, but also exposed the private data of about 120 million people.
By Doug Olenick Jul 3 2018, 10:48AM
Check out which companies benefited from Facebook's data extension

Check out which companies benefited from Facebook's data extension

We reveal Facebook's list of data VIPs.
By Staff Writer Jul 3 2018, 10:26AM
Facebook's 750-page response to the US Congress repeats itself 437 times

Facebook's 750-page response to the US Congress repeats itself 437 times

Social network uses copy and paste to answer lawmakers' questions.
By Staff Writer Jul 3 2018, 8:58AM
Facebook patents tech to turn your smartphone into a spy vessel

Facebook patents tech to turn your smartphone into a spy vessel

Not this again…
By Emma Sims Jul 2 2018, 10:23AM
Facebook drops cryptocurrency ad ban

Facebook drops cryptocurrency ad ban

Social network giant rescinds ban, but there are caveats.
By Rene Millman Jun 29 2018, 10:07AM
Instagram introduces group video chat for some reason

Instagram introduces group video chat for some reason

You can now have group video chats in three of Facebook's products.
By Staff Writer Jun 28 2018, 10:12AM
Facebook is having some teething problems with its election advertising fix

Facebook is having some teething problems with its election advertising fix

With the US midterm elections looming, Facebook is being overly cautious with its ad analysis.
By Staff Writer Jun 25 2018, 10:31AM
Facebook is about to ruin Messenger with autoplaying video ads

Facebook is about to ruin Messenger with autoplaying video ads

Nowhere is safe from the autoplay video ad.
By Staff Writer Jun 21 2018, 10:48AM
Google is finally taking podcasts seriously with a dedicated app

Google is finally taking podcasts seriously with a dedicated app

Google's own Android app for podcasts could be a gamechanger.
By Staff Writer Jun 21 2018, 10:48AM
Don't blink: Facebook has a plan to fix your closed-eye photos

Don't blink: Facebook has a plan to fix your closed-eye photos

An eye-opening use of AI.
By Staff Writer Jun 21 2018, 10:48AM
Facebook denies it's planning to use 'eye tracking' tech

Facebook denies it's planning to use 'eye tracking' tech

The company has provided written responses to questions posed by Congress in April.
By Staff Writer Jun 15 2018, 8:44AM
Facebook defends sharing user data with mobile OEMs

Facebook defends sharing user data with mobile OEMs

Facebook is defending its privacy and data management practices again after the New York Times on Sunday reported that the social media giant has entered into agreements over the last decade to share user data.
By Bradley Barth Jun 6 2018, 12:45PM
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg told to 'emulate George Washington not Vladimir Putin' at shareholder meeting

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg told to 'emulate George Washington not Vladimir Putin' at shareholder meeting

Investors blame Cambridge Analytica data scandal on skewed power dynamics
By Staff Writer Jun 4 2018, 8:50AM
Reddit pips out Facebook to become the third most popular site

Reddit pips out Facebook to become the third most popular site

Users spend more time on Reddit than they do any other website.
By Alex Lee Jun 1 2018, 10:37AM
Facebook 2FA no longer requires a phone number

Facebook 2FA no longer requires a phone number

Facebook has unveiled a new and less intrusive method for its users to set up two-factor authentication for their accounts by eliminating the need to register a phone number.
By Doug Olenick May 30 2018, 12:32PM