From Likes To Love; Facebook Launching Dating ServiceFacebook is stepping up from tracking mere likes to helping users in their search for love.
Hundreds Of Millions Of Phone Numbers Once Tied To Facebook Accounts Posted OnlineA feature that Facebook shut down in the wake of last year's Cambridge Analytica scandal came back to haunt it on Wednesday.
Facebook Debuts Vaccine Pop-Up Windows To Stop Spread Of MisinformationA new feature is rolling out on Facebook and Instagram to combat the spread of anti-vaccine misinformation.
Facebook Will Stop Automatic 'Tag Suggestions' On Your Friends' Faces In PhotosFacebook says it is ending its practice of using face recognition software to identify users' friends in uploaded photos and automatically suggesting they "tag" them.
Facebook Tightens Political Ad Rules, But Leaves LoopholesFacebook is tightening its rules around political advertising ahead of the 2020 U.S. presidential elections, an acknowledgement of previous misuse.
Facebook Staff Had Concerns About 'Sketchy' Cambridge Analytica Year Before 2016 ElectionIn the emails, Facebook employees discussed for months how they would look into Cambridge Analytica's practices.
Lawmaker Shoved By Anti-Vaccine Protester Says Facebook Should Remove VideoA California state senator is criticizing Facebook for refusing to remove a video of an anti-vaccine protester shoving him in the back.
Facebook Study On Alleged Bias Against Conservatives ReleasedThe audit came at Facebook's request last year, following repeated claims of anti-conservative bias, including from President Donald Trump.
Facebook Rolls Out Tool To Block Off-Facebook Data GatheringFacebook is launching a long-promised tool that lets you block the social network from gathering information about you on outside websites and apps.
Twitter Cracks Down After Identifying Chinese Campaign Against Hong Kong ProtestersTwitter will no longer accept advertisements from state-controlled media outlets, the company announced.
Twitter, Facebook Take Down Chinese Accounts Attempting To Undermine Hong Kong ProtestersA covert state-backed social media campaign run from China has sought to undermine ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong, according to information released by Twitter and Facebook on Monday.