Facebook's Zuckerberg Admits Mistakes, Outlines StepsMark Zuckerberg is breaking more than four days of silence as he posts an update about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Breaking Up With Facebook? It's Harder Than It LooksFacebook's latest privacy scandal has some people reconsidering their relationship status with the social network. There's just one problem: There isn't much of anywhere else to go.
Jim Carrey Says Users Should Yank Their Facebook AccountsDelete your account. That's what Jim Carrey says Facebook users should do, as the actor looks to pull the mask off fake news.
Child Experts Warn Parents To Avoid Facebook's Messaging App For KidsChild development experts and advocates are urging Facebook to pull the plug on its new messaging app aimed at kids. Facebook launched the free Messenger Kids app in December.
Facing Critics, Facebook Wants Feeds To Be More 'Meaningful'Facebook is tweaking what people see to make their time on it more "meaningful."
Facebook Wants Your Feeds To Be More 'Meaningful' Facebook is tweaking what people see to make their time on it more "meaningful" in a move that could hurt publishers and news organizations that rely on it to spread their content.
Facebook Says Security Is "More Important Than Maximizing Our Profits"Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday that the company is serious about preventing abuse, and that its investments in security will affect its profitability.
Zuckerberg Sorry For VR Tour Of Devastated Puerto RicoMark Zuckerberg has apologized for showcasing Facebook's VR capability with a tour of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. The intent, he said, was to show "how VR can raise awareness and help us see what's happening in different parts of the world."
Facebook To Turn Over Russia-Linked Ads Social media giant Facebook is expected to provide Congress on Monday with more than 3,000 ads that ran around the time of the 2016 presidential election and are linked to a Russian ad agency.
Facebook To Release Russia Ads, Beef Up Election 'Integrity'Bowing to pressure from lawmakers and the public, the company said it will provide the contents of 3,000 ads bought by a Russian agency to congressional investigators, while also pledging to make political advertising on its platform more "transparent."
Should You Be Worried About The Rise Of AI?Tech titans Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk recently slugged it out over the possible threat that artificial intelligence might one day pose to the human race, but you could be forgiven if you don't think this is a pressing question.
Zuckerberg Says He's Not Running For Public OfficeFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that his quest this year to visit every state is about building relationships, not politics. Zuckerberg insisted that he is not running for office.