Instagram announces a new feature: Instagram television.
Cambridge Researcher Kogan Disputes Facebook’s Data Leak Story
Facebook Misses Another Senate Deadline on Privacy Questions
If you’re on Facebook, you too are a research subject.
Schrage will continue to advise Zuckerberg and Sandberg on individual projects.
Snap Limits Data Outside Developers Can Gather on Its Users
Apple quietly closed a loophole in data security that let app makers store and share data without consent.
Apple’s new rules for app developers limit their ability to harvest user contact data.
Facebook Tells Senate It Started a Privacy Design Lab Called TTC
Facebook will soon start individually informing the people who were affected by the bug.
Why Facebook's Huawei Data Deal Has Lawmakers Mad: QuickTake
Facebook said it had data-sharing partnerships with four Chinese consumer-device makers, including Huawei.
Snap Hires Finance VP From Its Favorite Recruiting Spot: Amazon
Facebook is disputing a New York Times report about how it shares data with Apple, Amazon, Samsung and others.
U.S. teens are choosing YouTube over Facebook.
It was not a normal Facebook Inc. shareholder meeting this time around.
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel implied that the Facebook copycatting was the least of his worries.
Facebook has developed ‘pessimistic view’ of all the bad things that can happen since data scandal.
Pinterest 2017 Sales Are Said to Rise 58 Percent to $473 Million
Faced with new questions about whether it’s a monopoly, Facebook Inc. is making a bold argument.
During his testimony Zuckerberg will use the time to discuss Facebook’s continued investment in Europe.