How data privacy and governance issues have battered Facebook ahead of 2019 polls
Data privacy has battered Facebook. It requires greater scrutiny in India ahead of elections.
Facebook to buy back additional $9 billion of shares
The new program is in addition to a share buyback plan of up to $15 billion announced by...
How Facebook fuelled France's 'yellow vest' protests
Internet experts say changes to Facebook's algorithms have helped "anger groups" in Norm...
HP Sprocket Plus review: The updated portable photo printer makes sharing memories simple
It takes less than a minute to print a full-colour borderless photo.
Facebook tightens norms for political ads
Facebook said it’s important that people know more about the ads they see — especially those that reference political figures, political parties, elections, and legislation.
Retail therapy is about to get better: Facebook tests live-video shopping feature
The test is currently live in Thailand for some vendor pages.
SoftBank Vision Fund onboards Facebook exec Kirthiga Reddy as Venture Partner
Reddy, an alum of Syracuse University and Stanford Graduate School of Business, and who will be based in in the Vision Fund’s Silicon Valley office in San Carlos.
Facebook has zero tolerance to images of child exploitation
Facebook has a zero tolerance approach for child exploitation images, said a top executive from the social networking giant here on Thursday.
Facebook makes it must for advertisers to disclose their identity, location
Beginning early next year, Facebook will start showing a disclaimer on all political advertisements.
Facebook upgrades Messenger Lite with animated GIFs, customisable conversations
Despite new updates, the app still remains under 10MB.
Facebook CEO backed sharing customer data despite second thoughts - documents
The decision made it possible for a quiz app to gather data on about 87 million Facebook users the following year, and later share the information with the now-defunct British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook board backs Sandberg's request to initiate research into Soros
To be clear, Sandberg's question was entirely appropriate given her role as COO.
Facebook struck deals over personal data, say UK MPs
The documents, which had been sealed by a California court, led lawmakers to conclude that Facebook undertook deals with third party apps that continued to allow access to personal data.
Amazon’s Spark to light up e-comm?
Amazon is rolling out its social commerce platform Spark in India after about a month of beta testing.
Facebook gave preferential access to advertisers Airbnb and Netflix, emails reveal
Parliament's media committee seized confidential Facebook documents from the developer of a now-defunct bikini photo searching app as part of its investigation into fake news.