Facebook Will Let Users Opt Out Of Political AdsFacebook users will soon be able to turn off political adds.
Quarantine Karaoke Connects People During Coronavirus CrisisWhat started as a simple idea on Facebook now has hundreds of thousands followers and its helping people get through the coronavirus crisis.
Judge: Facebook Must Provide Info Sought By Massachusetts AGFacebook must turn over information to the Massachusetts attorney general's office regarding thousands of apps that the social media company suspects of misusing users’ data, a judge decided.
Hiker In NH Finds Man's Wedding Ring After Call For Help On FacebookAgainst all odds, a stranger was able to find a North Andover man's most prized procession.
Facebook, Instagram Service Restored After Thanksgiving Day OutageFacebook has identified the cause of outages that left some users in the United States unable to post photos or answer messages on Facebook or Instagram.
Facebook, Instagram Ban ‘Sexual Use' Of Eggplant, Peach, Sweat Drops EmojisIf you are partial to using the eggplant, peach or sweat drops emojis in a sexual context on Facebook and Instagram, you'll need a workaround.
Elizabeth Warren Targets Facebook's Ad Policy -- With A Facebook AdThe ad's own admission of a lie seeks to draw attention to a controversial Facebook policy Warren has spent days criticizing.
Mark Zuckerberg: Elizabeth Warren's Pledge To Break Up Facebook Would 'Suck For Us'Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that an Elizabeth Warren presidency would be bad for his business, according to leaked audio from a company meeting.
Facebook Launches Dating Service In The USFacebook is tackling a new frontier: love.
Facebook Rolls Out Face Recognition To All Users But Says It Will Be Off By DefaultFacebook is now offering facial-recognition features to all of its users, but says it will keep the capabilities turned off by default.
Facebook Rolls Out Tool To Block 'Off-Facebook Activity' Data GatheringSoon, you could get fewer familiar ads following you around the internet — or at least on Facebook.
Facebook Will Pay An Unprecedented $5 Billion Penalty Over Privacy BreachesIt is the largest fine in FTC history — and yet still only about a month's worth of revenue for Facebook.
Social Media May Help Mental Health Of AdultsYoung people are often warned that too much social media use could lead to mental health problems, but a new study finds that networking sites may do just the opposite for adults.
Your Facebook Profile Can Indicate If You Have A Medical Condition, Study FindsYour social media could reveal a lot more about you than you think.
Keller @ Large: Facebook Leaves You To Sort Out Fake VideosFacebook's policy suggests you'll be forced to sort out fakes from the truth all campaign long.