Former White House technology advisor tells Newsweek there’s “no one magic silver bullet.”
Former White House adviser says America needs to catch up with Europe in protecting its citizens' data.
A French teacher sought $25,000 in damages after claiming Facebook took down his account for posting an 1866 masterpiece by realist Gustave Courbet.
The story claims a CDC doctor said the recent flu outbreak is being caused by the flu vaccine itself.
teleSUR English has nearly 400,000 Facebook "likes." Their Facebook page went back up on Wednesday after speculation from its staff and readers of censorship by the social media giant.
The hashtag "#ReleaseTheMemo" exploded on Twitter last Thursday.
News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to make carriage payments to trusted news sources.
The girl in the video said she hadn't consented to being filmed.
The tech giant is now worth $72.4 billion.
Social media is intimate and personal: it seduces and elides, it cajoles and it lies.
Content restrictions increased drastically after a video of a school shooting surfaced on Facebook.
LinkedIn carried some of the jihadi content for eight years.
Parker said the site created a "social-validation feedback loop ... exactly the kind of thing that a hacker like myself would come up with."
Russia could ban Facebook as early as next year.
Amazon needs tax breaks and incentives about as much as you need to steal a quarter from your grandmother.
The Silicon Valley giants control the majority of internet traffic.
The social media giant has outdone market expectations and advertisers keep lining up despite Russian propaganda ads controversy.
Israeli police arrested a man after Facebook's language software incorrectly translated his "good morning" as "attack them."