Coronavirus Response: 'Care' Reaction Coming To Facebook Allowing Users To Show Support During PandemicInstead of just giving a thumbs up to like something, or a heart to show that you love a post, now you can really show you "care."
Gov. Phil Murphy: Facebook Takes Down Anti-Semitic Rise Up Ocean County PageFacebook determined the page violated community standards for hate speech, company spokesman Daniel Roberts said in an email.
Facebook, Instagram And Other Social Media Platforms Experiencing Issues WorldwideSocial media platforms had a bit of a meltdown on Wednesday.
Experts Can Predict, Identify Certain Medical Conditions Simply By Examining Facebook Profiles, Study SaysPosting a Facebook status may reveal much more about you than you think.
Facebook Reportedly Building Cryptocurrency-Based Payment SystemFacebook is recruiting financial firms and e-commerce companies, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Facebook Purges Several High-Profile, 'Dangerous' People For Spreading White Nationalism, Anti-Semitism On PlatformThe social media giant cited policy Thursday which prohibits "dangerous individuals and organizations."
Facebook Admits To Uploading 1.5 Million Users' Email Contacts Without PermissionSince May 2016, new users who signed up for the platform had their email information automatically collected by the social media.
Facebook, Instagram, And Whatsapp Experiencing Worldwide OutagesFacebook, Instagram and Whatsapp are experiencing worldwide outages.
More Than 540 Million Records About Facebook Users Publicly ExposedThe exposed records include comments, likes, reactions and account names.
Facebook Admits It Failed To Protect Passwords Of Hundreds Of Millions Of UsersFacebook says it will notify Facebook and Instagram users if their passwords were affected.
Study Reveals Positive And Negative Effects Of Quitting FacebookThis week, the most comprehensive study to date on the effects of disconnecting from Facebook was released by researchers at Stanford and NYU.
Facebook Reportedly Paying Teenagers For Information On Their Phone ActivitySome Facebook users have been giving the social network access to their phone activity in exchange for money as part of a research project since 2016.
Excessive Social Media Usage Is Comparable To Drug Addiction, Study FindsA new study says that excessive social media usage is comparable to drug addiction.
Documents Allege Facebook Committed 'Friendly Fraud,' Knowingly Allowing Kids To Rack Up Huge Bills On GamesThe documents allege Facebook chose to ignore the problem for fear of undercutting revenue growth.
Facebook's New 'Community Actions' Feature Makes It Easier For Users To Promote Social CausesSome worry this new platform can be used by malicious actors to spread disinformation.