The U.K. committee released more than 200 pages of documents on the tech giant’s internal discussions about the value of users’ personal information.
There’s concern that the loudest, and most agitative, voices are rewarded on Twitter with likes and retweets.
The company is purging and blocking the creation of malicious accounts and spam, including those set up to try to influence U.S. and other elections.
State Treasurer Michael Frerichs said Facebook’s handling of a string of scandals threatened to hurt the state’s investment in the company.
As part of the crackdown, Facebook also has hired fact checkers, including The Associated Press, to vet news stories posted on its social network.
Pinterest has long shunned being labeled a social network.
In the past, such spammers have often focused on celebrity gossip, weight loss remedies and fake iPhones.
Today, 44 percent of teens say their primary social network is Snapchat, making it the most popular social media app.
Like it or not, Facebook’s footprint just got a whole lot bigger after the tech giant announced it would move into a huge new office in the Loop.
Melania Trump spent part of Thursday listening to more than a dozen teens talk about their best practices for being civil online.
Elon Musk has fought back often on Twitter responding to tough questions from analysts and reporters, showing fans his true personality. Good or bad?
Exactly five years later, the Black Lives Matter movement is a perfect example of a movement that’s successfully amplified through social media.
Facebook shared personal information from users’ profiles with other companies after the date when executives have said the company prevented access.
Facebook says a software bug made some private posts public for as many as 14 million users over several days in May.
Facebook is suspending about 200 apps that had access to large amounts of information before it changed its platform policies in 2014.