The Facebook API bug reported by the company may have exposed the private photos of at least 6.8 million users.
The Milwaukee woman claims her password was compromised of an entire sentence which no one else knew.
Tim Berners-Lee is the recognized inventor of the "World Wide Web."
Impacted users of the most recent security breach will be notified via a customized message.
When a breach like this happens, especially to a company with a reportedly 20,000 people dedicated to IT security, mere mortals like...
Facebook portal will have to compete against Amazon Echo Show and Google's smart displays.
"Facebook has access to the personal information of billions of people; a relative gold mine to threat actors and consumers alike."
The latest Facebook security incident hit nearly 50 million accounts and the company is taking action.
Like many other Google G+ pages, the Google France account wasn't overly active with the last post being 46 weeks ago so...
Cambridge Analytica and myPersonality represent apps with large percentages of data leaks.
It will be interesting to see if Zephyr Teachout does what she says she will should she win the election.
This Facebook bug was active between May 29 and June 5.
Trending will be removed from Facebook at some point this week and the functionality will also be removed from Facebook apps and...
Google and Facebook are not the only sites banning crypto advertising.
Zuckerberg claims that this opt-in service won't match you with anybody you're friends with.
While you were looking at baby pictures or stalking your ex yesterday, Facebook made $1.6 million.
It is important to note that surveys aren't always 100% accurate but do help form a hypothesis of the broader picture.
The fists are flying as Mark Zuckerberg reacts to Tim Cook's remarks about Facebook and privacy.
"Our technology can make the Facebook ecosystem much safer," said Allan Zhang, co-founder and CEO of Trustlook."
Facebook is losing face and public trust and is losing value as the silence continues.
The speakers are code-named Aloha and Fiona, with Aloha being the more impressive of the two.
The group describes itself as an advocate for the DC Extended Universe films and was taken down for violating Facebook's "community standards."
Facebook even admits that the vast majority of these requests relate to criminal cases.
The feature has been launching over the past week so if you don't see it yet, you should be seeing it soon.
British Digital Minister Matt Hancock wants a new "code of practice" for social media websites.
It will be interesting to see parents reaction to this new app for kids under 13.
“The government has a responsibility to ensure that these corporations do not endanger our national security, our democracy or our fundamental freedoms.”
Facebook is currently beta testing the new feature and there's no word on when or if it will be rolled out.