As the 2020 election approaches, Facebook says that it has stopped paying employees commissions for the sale of political ads on the social media platform. Facebook now considers political advertisements on its […]
Facebook is getting its biggest face-lift ever as the social network tries to prove it has changed after a string of scandals
Facebook is getting a major redesign. The social network has ditched its iconic blue bar and now looks more similar to Messenger and Instagram. Stories are now front and center on the […]
Facebook warned investors Wednesday it expects to face the largest ever civil penalty imposed by the Federal Trade Commission on a tech company for its mishandling of user data, a privacy breach that could […]
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday that its shopping and payment services across Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp would become leading revenue drivers in the future. The company plans to build more commerce-related features […]
Ocasio-Cortez quits Facebook, rips social media as ‘public health risk’ but has no plans to leave Twitter
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, whose prolific online presence has helped her become a prominent voice in the Democratic Party, recently quit Facebook and considers social media a “public health risk” — but she […]
What if Your Social Media Activity Affected Your Credit Score? A Form From the Future looks at how your digital self could affect your ability to get a mortgage.
Experian estimates that right now 62 million adults in America don’t have enough of a credit history to generate a credit score—that magical number that banks and landlords use to determine trustworthiness. These […]
Another 540 Million Facebook Users’ Data Has Been Exposed Don’t expect news of these serious privacy fouls to stop anytime soon.
Surprise! Facebook is still a privacy nightmare. The company’s history of porous data sharing continues to haunt both it and us (its fairly helpless users) on the regular. On Wednesday, researchers from […]