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Scared Facebook staff do sickening job
Facebook has confirmed it has been paying hundreds of contractors to transcribe the private audio conversations of its users.
Facebook to launch news tab this fall
Facebook is planning to launch a new "news" tab in the next few months, focusing on trustworthy news from prominent publishers.
Facebook May Release TV Streaming Device This Fall
Facebook didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
Netflix Cambridge Analytica film: Social media is 'like a crime scene'
What if someone said to you the apps you use daily including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and WhatsApp are all "crime scenes"?
Facebook revenues soar despite $5.1bn in fines and new antitrust investigation
Company says US regulators have launched an antitrust investigation into platform
Facebook and Google are tracking their users' porn searches, new study shows
Big tech companies like Facebook and Google know exactly what type of porn their users are watching, new research shows.
FaceApp's privacy concerns: How the app compares to Facebook, Instagram and SnapChat terms
If you think FaceApp's terms and conditions are scary, you might want to check out Facebook's, or any other social networking website for that matter.
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency attacked at Senate hearing
Facebook's plan for a cryptocurrency has come under further attack at a US hearing, with politicians calling the company "delusional" and not trusted.
Facebook $5 Billion U.S. Privacy Settlement Approved by FTC
Agency votes 3-2 to approve record privacy agreement
France passes tax on tech giants despite US threats
France has approved a digital services tax despite threats of retaliation by the US, which argues that it unfairly targets American tech giants.
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Libra: Facebook launches cryptocurrency in bid to shake up global finance
Digital currency will let billions of users make transactions but is raising privacy concerns
Facebook Worries Emails Could Show Zuckerberg Knew of Questionable Privacy Practices
Internal exchanges uncovered in response to FTC probe could cast doubt on founder’s commitment to user privacy, people familiar with the matter say
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg splits with billionaire Bobby Kotick amid growing calls to break up tech giant
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has split from her wealthy boyfriend as her tech giant employer battles its own break up calls.
Facebook Removed Over 2 Billion Fake Accounts, But The Problem Is Getting Worse
“I find this an odd time for Facebook to publicly pat themselves on the back.”
WhatsApp exploit let attackers install government-grade spyware on phones
WhatsApp did not name NSO in its remarks, but its suspicions seem clear
WhatsApp confirms it’s been targeted by spyware. That’s exactly its customers fear
Messaging app discovers vulnerability that has been open for weeks
Instagram Will Use AI To Filter Anti-Vax Content
The company plans to police anti-vaccine misinformation by flagging it with pop-ups similar to those it uses for content related to self-harm.
Facebook Bans Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and Others as ‘Dangerous’
The company has faced criticism that it hasn’t done enough to prevent bullying, abuse and hate speech
Facebook redesigns iOS and web, dark mode coming soon
Facebook shows off major redesign coming to iOS and desktop including dark mode for web, Instagram getting new ‘Create Mode,’ more
Facebook sets aside $3bn for privacy probe
Facebook has said it will set aside $3bn (£2.3bn) to cover the potential costs of an investigation by US authorities into its privacy practices.
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