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Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Google all skipped signing a letter from 145 CEOs urging the Senate to take action on gun control
Gap, Twitter, Uber, and Levi Strauss joined over 100 major US companies in a letter to the Senate urging gun control legislation.
For years, photos uploaded to Facebook would automatically suggest to tag people in the photo. Facebook just fundamentally changed how that works.
An influential senator thinks Mark Zuckerberg should be ‘held personally accountable’ for Facebook’s privacy problems, including ...
Sen. Ron Wyden said Zuckerberg lied about Facebook's privacy practices and ought to face legal consequences for that, including possible imprisonment.
Facebook could face increased scrutiny from EU regulators after audio data from European users was mistakenly sent to contractors
Facebook accidentally included data from European users in an audio transcription program, and it could be a violation the EU's strict privacy laws.
DreamWorks Animation cofounder David Geffen once lied about having graduated from UCLA. In reality, he dropped out of UT Austin.
Facebook understood how dangerous the Trump-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica could be much earlier than it previously said. Here’s everythin...
Ever since it was revealed in 2018, Facebook has been facing the repercussions of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
Facebook just published emails showing how much employees knew about the giant Cambridge Analytica data scandal 2 years before the story exploded
The emails were first reported by NBC's Dylan Byers, although Facebook published the same document less than an hour later.
Mark Zuckerberg said in 2017 he planned to sell between 35 and 75 million Facebook shares over 18 months to plug money into his philanthropy efforts.
‘I would question the ethical integrity of an editorial team that answers to Mark Zuckerberg’: A former member of Facebook’s Trendin...
A member of Facebook's erstwhile Trending team reflected on his experience and what he thinks the company should do differently this time.
No, you don’t have to publicly declare that Instagram can’t use your photos — you already said yes when you signed up
Anyone who signed up for Instagram has already, by default, granted permission for Instagram to access a tremendous amount of private information.