Facebook Removed 2.2 Billion Fake Accounts From January To MarchFacebook took down 2.2 billion fake accounts between January and March, the company announced Thursday.
Facebook And Google Before Congress Today Over White NationalismRepresentatives from Facebook and Google are headed to Capitol Hill to face questions from lawmakers about what they're doing to police hate speech on their platforms.
Pinterest Going Public, Sets Sites On $1.5B IPODigital scrapbooking site Pinterest hopes to raise as much as $1.5 billion in its initial offering of shares.
MySpace Apologizing For Migration Error That Lost 50 Million SongsThe web page-based social network Myspace is apologizing after apparently losing 12 years' worth of music uploaded to its site.
Breaking Up (With Facebook) Is Hard To Do: Here's HowFor some Facebook users, the past two years of privacy scandals, Russian election manipulation, executive apologies and even disagreements with friends and relatives have become too much.
Facebook Says Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users' PhotosFacebook said on Friday that it had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission due to a bug.
With An Eye On Past Problems, Facebook Expands Local FeatureFacebook is cautiously expanding a feature that shows people local news and information, including missing-person alerts, road closures, crime reports and school announcements.
Facebook Takes Down 652 Accounts Linked To Russia, IranFacebook has identified and banned more accounts engaged in misleading political behavior ahead of the U.S. midterm elections in November.
Facebook Bug Changed Millions Of Privacy Settings To "Public"Facebook said a software bug -- affecting some 14 million -- led some users to post publicly by default regardless of their previous settings.
Facebook Under Scrutiny Over Data Sharing After NYT ReportFacebook is pushing back against a media report saying that it provided extensive information about its users and their friends to third parties.
Facebook Suspends 200 Apps In Data Misuse InvestigationFacebook has suspended some 200 apps as part of its investigation into whether companies misused personal user data gathered from the social network.
Facebook Gives Parents Control On When Kids Can Use AppFacebook is adding a "sleep" mode to its Messenger Kids service to let parents limit when their kids can use it.
8 Promises From Facebook After Cambridge AnalyticaFacebook has vowed to make a litany of changes in how it collects and uses your data, from banning some external apps to giving users more "control."
Facebook Breach Shows "We Share Too Much And Think Too Little"Facebook's acknowledgment that all 2 billion of its users likely had their information "scraped" without their knowledge or consent should serve as a wake-up call to consumers.
Facebook Scandal: Data Leak Could Have Affected Up To 87M UsersFacebook revealed Wednesday that tens of millions more people might have been exposed in the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal than previously thought and said it will restrict the user data that outsiders can access.