The world’s most valuable company is seen as a champion for your data. It should be doing more.
Snap’s Revenue Gains Signal More Stability as Alwaleed Invests
Snap posts first-ever quarterly user drop after Snapchat update but sales beat estimates.
Facebook aims to make Messenger a natural place for consumers to communicate with businesses, aiming to replace email.
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Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos will teach full-time at Stanford and do research focusing on cybersecurity.
Social network adds controls to measure time spent, turn off notifications.
Facebook claimed it was in early stages of investigation and doesn’t have all the facts, in a blogpost.
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The social network’s user growth in the second quarter was its slowest ever, and flat in North America.
Facebook shares plunge as much as 20 percent.
Facebook revenue, user growth miss estimates as scandals pile up.
Don’t expect to see much evidence of that turmoil in Facebook’s earnings report on Wednesday.
U.S. government agencies, Russian nonprofit with ties to Kremlin among clients of Crimson Hexagon, according to WSJ.
Zuckerberg walks back defense of holocaust deniers on Facebook.
Facebook has sent another signal that it’s serious about building its own semiconductors.
Facebook is playing for attention from the photo-sharing app’s 1 billion younger users.
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The inquiries are focused on what Facebook has said publicly about its data-sharing with Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook adopted new rules in response to an effort by Russia to use the social network to influence U.S. voters.