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.
Here’s how Facebook tracks your mouse movements onscreen
Facebook detailed a number of practices in a 225-page document for the Judiciary Committee.
This simple trick will let you save videos from Facebook
Want to save your favorite videos before you lose them? Follow these easy steps.
Facebook reportedly shared friend data with companies long after it promised to stop
Facebook makes a rival out of Twitch with fb.gg streaming platform
It also created a program for up-and-coming creators.
The latest Facebook privacy blunder set 14 million users’ posts to public
It took four days to fix the error and even longer to protect posts.
Eggplants, knives, and poop: How Facebook determines when an emoji is hate speech
Sometimes a turd is more than a turd.
Jada Pinkett Smith opens up about Jaden filing for emancipation
Her new Facebook show continues to bring the heartfelt tea.
Can Facebook attract teens with Lip Sync Live?
It's a move to get Musical.ly-loving teens back on the platform.
‘We’re All Gonna Die,’ Ep. 50: Highway to the ‘covfefe’ zone
The team talks 'covfefe,' Melania Trump, and 'Top Gun.'
Facebook admits it was too busy dealing with phishing attacks to protect your data
The company was too focused on old threats to protect people's data.
Facebook is tricking users into signing its new terms of service, lawsuit alleges (updated)
The social giant may be in violation of the GDPR.
This guy auctioned his Facebook data on eBay—and the price soared
The money was going to be donated.
Papua New Guinea will ban Facebook to see if it’s worth having in the first place
The nation is considering setting up its own rival service.
Facebook, Google facing mammoth lawsuits after one day of GDPR
The privacy rules are causing headaches for European users and tech companies.
Facebook internally bans certain images of Pepe the frog
The cartoon will be deleted if used 'in the context of hate.'