A report on fake news from Parliament condemns Mark Zuckerberg's "contempt" towards the UK and other countries around the world.
If you're tired of Facebook's privacy issues, here are some alternative messaging apps that you can use.
Basketball fans can now watch and interact with game recaps in real time on the social media site.
Article 13, the proposed European Copyright Directive, is being called a war on memes. Here's why.
The social network says it's exploring ways to minimize harm caused by misinformation about vaccines.
The social network sometimes monitors the location of users and ex-employees if the threat appears credible.
It's been pouring $1 billion into TV projects for more than a year. Just where is Apple putting all that programming? We may know March 25.
The multibillion-dollar fine would be the largest ever imposed by the FTC, according to The Washington Post.
A former US Air Force intelligence officer and Iranian hackers created fake Facebook accounts in an attempt to trick US counterintelligence officials.
A survey of tech workers finds that even they think people's data is shared too much and their companies are failing to stop security threats.
A software engineer spotted that it's testing an expanded version of Direct.
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