The social network that was famously founded in a college dorm, Facebook has grown to become not only the largest social platform on the Internet, but also a major player in smartphone apps thanks to Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and many other one-off apps. The company’s acquisition of virtual reality company Oculus has positioned it to influence the future of that industry as well.
Departing Facebook employee says company has ‘a black people problem’
He says Facebook is failing its Black employees and users.
Facebook and Twitter crack down on controversial babysitter app
The Predictim app says it can vet applicants. But experts disagree.
The U.K. Parliament just seized potentially damning evidence against Facebook
A U.K. politician gained access to the data from an American software company.
Facebook admits it hired Republican PR firm to go after George Soros
Sandberg, who denied knowing the hiring, admitted that some of the company's work "crossed her desk."
Here are the 9 worst things to happen on Facebook this week
The hits keep on coming for the embattled social media giant.
Facebook suggests commenting with prayer hands emoji on Chicago shooting livestreams (updated)
'So this is horrifying.'
Far-right trolls push fake Ilhan Omar quote about enslaving white men
The meme started out on Facebook.
Family photos could be Facebook’s newest source for ad targeting
It's already data mining your household.
Facebook is targeting ‘borderline content,’ creating independent appeals group
The company is training AI to flag content before it goes viral.
‘Pod Save America’ ditches Republican contributor after learning of his ties to shady firm
After a Twitter dustup, the podcast makes a move.
Kanye West and Mark Zuckerberg reportedly sing Backstreet Boys classic at karaoke
Video or it didn't happen, Kanye.
Facebook reportedly hired PR firm to write critical articles about Apple, Google
A new report reveals Facebook's internal struggles.
Facebook says accounts blocked before midterms had celebrity, LGBTQ content
In total, blocked accounts reached over 2 million followers.
Facebook patches vulnerability that could have exposed user data
Social media site denies bug was exploited