Facebook: "When you send a photo, our automated systems scan it using photo-matching technology."
The Facebook founder said the #DeleteFacebook movement had no meaningful impact on his business.
"Malicious actors" could abuse the feature to scrape public profile information, Facebook admitted.
The world's most powerful social network still seems to have a major Russian troll problem.
"The dignity of man is above being poor," the group tweeted.
CEO says he is confident Facebook can curb any state-sponsored disruption of November's political races.
Politicians are calling for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before the U.S. government after explosive revelations.
Facebook: "We're very sorry this happened."
Many on the right imagine an Oberlin graduate lounging in a bean bag as she happily relegates Breitbart News articles to oblivion.
The internet has been weaponized and changes are needed, Berners-Lee warned.
Popular profiles @Dory and @CommonWhiteGirl were linked to the spam operation.
If you always wanted a blue check mark on Twitter, you may be in luck.
"The teachers taught better than those at Zhuanshanbao Primary School. Pupils don't talk in class and everyone is focused on studying," a disappointed Wang Fuman said.
The feature currently lets mistaken chats be recalled within the first seven minutes.
The social network will evaluate the "health" of conversations.
Does Facebook collect too much data from its users?
"These fossils and this science is about our shared human heritage."
People have mixed feelings.
Former White House technology advisor tells Newsweek there's "no one magic silver bullet."
As #Ashtag has gained traction, a debate has followed on whether it is appropriate.
She got emotional birthday wishes from Ava DuVernay, Reese Witherspoon, Bernice King and more.
The list includes Kathy Ireland, Lori Greiner, John Leguizamo, Clay Aiken, Paul Hollywood and Michael Dell.
"The current bastards in power are as insignificant as the ones then," one disgruntled critic tweeted.
"I have to confess that I don't know my Twitter account log-ons and the passwords," Hawaii Governor David Ige said.
News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to make carriage payments to trusted news sources.