Report: In new privacy scandal Facebook gave Microsoft, others unrestricted access to Facebook user data
Facebook is perpetually wrapped in privacy scandals, but these usually involve unnamed small developers. Today’s Facebook scandal involves numerous big-names, including Microsoft, Netflix and others, after it was revealed ...
UK confiscates internal documents of Facebook to investigate privacy practices
The UK Parliment has confiscated all the internal documents of Facebook in an investigation to answer the privacy concerns around the social network. The documents include the details of Facebook’s chain of events that caus...
Both Google and Facebook’s Ad platforms suffered glitches on Black Friday week
Google and Facebook’s bread and butter are the ads slots they sell to companies wishing to reach their users, so one would expect this would be the most steady and reliable part of their service. It seems on one of the most ...
Facebook confirms that hackers were able to steal data of millions of users in the recent breach
Facebook has released more details on the recent breach and it’s a mix of good and bad news. The good news is fewer users were attacked than the original estimate but the bad news is, hackers were able to steal data during t...
Facebook is rolling out 3D Photos on both VR and Facebook
Facebook is rolling out a new feature which will allow users to view and post 3D photos on the social media platform. The new will capture distance between the subject in the foreground and the background to generate 3D photos. C...
Facebook in trouble again as 50 million accounts get hacked
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg just revealed that the social media has been hacked. The hacker stole security tokens of over 50 million users. The company confirmed that the attack was carried out a through a security vulnerabil...
Facebook is bringing its crisis response tool to Facebook Lite
Facebook today announced that it would be bringing its Community Help Tool to its lightweight Facebook Lite android app. Community Help is a tool which allows users to share information in the aftermath of a crisis like the recent...
Facebook will apply a trust rank to users who choose to flag news as false
Facebook is reportedly assigning a trust score to users who report news on the site. This is so the firm can weed out users who report credible news simply because they disagree with it on ideological reasons or who are just troll...
Facebook’s new purchase wants to compete against Mixer and Twitch
Social Media platforms left and right are both pivoting to and increasing their focus on video. Facebook is one of those companies and has just made another large purchase towards that. Today, Facebook purchased video startup, Vi...
Facebook set to acquire broadcasting rights of Premier League and La Liga for Asia
Facebook has signed a deal with both Premier League and La Liga to broadcast club games live in Asia. The deal which cost Facebook around £200 million will allow the Social Media giant to strengthen its position in sports. The co...
Facebook might be testing a way to make private comments on public pages
Recently we reported that Facebook is testing a way for users to upvote and downvote comments made on the public pages. Now it looks like the company is taking another step to allow users to privately comment on public pages. The ...