Facebook has admitted that it was hacked last month in what it called a “sophisticated attack,” but it claimed no user information was stolen.
A recent court battle in Germany over the legality of Facebook's real name policy has temporarily halted. Facebook argued that they do not observe German privacy laws because their E.U. headquarters are in Ireland—the court agreed, at least for now.
Facebook is always looking for ways to change the way we use the web, especially if it will benefit them. So it should be no surprise that they want to replace the use of "cookies" with a custom tracking method. Cue the privacy uproar, starting in 10… 9… 8…
Facebook has apologised for banning a user from its social network after he posted a photograph depicting a married gay couple, which had been labelled as “offensive” by homophobes.
A new study by two German researchers suggests that visiting the world's largest social network might be bad for your emotional health, as one out of three people feel worse after going to Facebook.
Facebook is letting users of its iPhone app make calls in the US for free over Wi-Fi or cellular networks, and is planning to roll out the feature for Android and BlackBerry.
Facebook may soon begin letting people send paid messages to any of their head management for 100 U.S. dollars. In fact, you could send a message directly to the inbox of Facebook's co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook has added voice to its independent messenger app, and experimenting with VoIP in Canada. They are also offering a new advanced developer feature called ‘flexible sentences’ that will help modify sentence structure.
Facebook is testing a feature that allows users to send messages directly to strangers for $1, potentially opening the way for other features to be locked behind micro-transactions.
If you thought the outrage over Instagram changing their terms of service so that they can sell your images without your permission was getting out of hand wait until you see what Facebook has up its sleeve for next year.
The US gun lobby group the National Rifle Association (NRA) has closed its Facebook page, which had 1.7 million “likes,” following uproar over the massacre of children at a school on Friday.
Facebook's final user vote has come to a close at long last, putting an end to the social network's extremely unsuccessful attempt at an online form of democracy.
Facebook is the biggest social network in the world and even though it is hard to believe that it could get any bigger the fact is that in places like the Middle East and Africa it is only getting started.
College graduates in the US who post inappropriate photos online reduce their chances of getting a job interview by a whopping 84 percent, according to a study by anti-virus firm AVG.
When it comes to the video game Hitman by Square Enix there is no getting around the fact that the company has had more than a couple promotion screw-ups when it comes the the newest game in the franchise – Hitman: Absolution; but that doesn't seem to stop them from doing it again
The largest social network in the world has made some improvements to it's quite popular Facebook Messenger app. There are some people that don't want a Facebook profile but still want to connect with friends that do. With the new Messenger app you will be allowed to use the app with simply your name and
An Austrian student group is preparing to sue Facebook in Ireland over what it claims is poor handling of the privacy of users.
A recent Nielson study shows that 18-24 year olds are likely to be using social media from the bathroom. Social media while driving and Twitter while watching television has also become more commonplace.