The activist group heats up its feud with the social network by alleging that it had once planned to make its controversial "Beacon" advertising more privacy-friendly, but then decided not to.
The social-networking site issues a statement saying its "Beacon" advertisements are innovative, not invasive.
The man behind PornHub, YouPorn, and Brazzers was arrested in Belgium and extradited to Germany for allegedly not keeping clean on his taxes.
First it was the idiotic dis of a fine combat officer, then the incessant whining about Facebook, and now the daily Barack-a-grams. Who gave these guys the inside track on wisdom, anyway?
A message board post from a company employee suggests that while the advertising application isn't going away, Facebook is responding to user complaints that it's invasive and difficult to opt out of.
Verizon's Tom Tauke lashes out at critics who have attacked the company's announcement with Google, calling the complaints misguided and based on mischaracterizations of the joint proposal.
Following protests from disgruntled users and concerned activist groups, the social network has altered the ad application that shares third-party partner information.
After a rough couple of weeks and plenty of complaints, the social-networking site alters its controversial advertising program. But is it enough?
It's not all Facebook, Facebook, Facebook.
The liberal activist group has selected Facebook's advertising program as its latest target, suggesting that the social-networking site is invading users' privacy and doesn't provide enough safeguards.