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It didn’t take long for Facebook to secretly exploit a loophole in huge new privacy laws — which it claims is actually in users’ bes...
Facebook has defended moving 1.5 billion users out of reach of the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) laws.
Facebook doubled its European lobbying spend to $3 million to handle crises like fake news and terrorism
Facebook was lobbying hard on issues like fake news and election interference.
There’s a little-known Snapchat feature that lets you stop getting notifications from individual friends — here’s how to use it
Snap quietly rolled out a "do not disturb" feature in January that lets Snapchat users individually silence notifications while leaving them none the wiser.
I asked 8 highly successful people for the most important lessons they’ve learned in their careers so far
Guests on our podcast "Success! How I Did It" run everything from Vimeo to Planned Parenthood to NASA, and consider these lessons hugely important.
A prominent tech investor says arrogance in Silicon Valley has reached a fever pitch and he’s constantly embarrassed by what people say
"Increasingly, it feels like people in our industry, the tech industry, are losing touch with reality," M.G. Siegler wrote in a blog post earlier this week.
You may be giving away lots of data when you sign in to sites using your Facebook profile.
Critics are calling out Facebook’s new ‘permission screens,’ saying they’re intentionally designed to be confusing
Critics are slamming Facebook for not giving users a clear choice, but instead employing user interface tricks to get people to give it permission.
Facebook could be banned in Russia unless it cooperates with Kremlin database demands.
Bill Gates: Facebook has had its ‘mea culpa’ moment — now it must ‘help the world figure out’ data privacy
Bill Gates said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is responding 'as best he can' to the Cambridge Analytica data debacle.