Every time you make a post, Facebook gives you the chance to quickly ... So if you want your co-workers to see your helpful Facebook privacy articles and not your raucous party photos, you might consider placing them on this list …
This kind of email has been rolling into TechCrunch’s tip line since the introduction ... But despite what it looks like, Facebook hasn’t actually violated your privacy. It only feels like that. If you recently discovered that people you’re not ...
In an effort to make things simpler and more obvious, Facebook is changing the way people control who has access to their posts, status updates, pictures and other content. The company is also changing tagging so that users will have …
The Berlin ruling may still be appealed in the federal courts, so it's possible that the case isn't over yet. Facebook has won a rare victory in the German courts, in a case that unusually saw the social networking giant relying on privacy law to …
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Your Facebook news feeds may contain a similar message about the company coming for your photos, information, or other content. The status contains a sentence that intends to prevent the social media company …
Like a swarm of hungry ants in the summer, it was nowhere, and then suddenly everywhere all at once. You almost certainly saw this in your Facebook newsfeed this week: "Now it's official! It has been published in the media. …
The Facebook Messenger for mobile devices has caused outrage among users regarding concern for their privacy settings. In their defense, the social network claims it will give the user increased control over the settings. Now anyone …
"There are more and more parents now who understand Facebook and how it works and how their children are using it, but don't necessarily understand the privacy settings and how they work," Gansler told ABC News in an interview. The …
Since posting about Facebook's latest privacy rollback, we've received emails asking how users can protect themselves, and for clarification about what happened. Here, then, is a quick guide to locking down the new Facebook. After …
Facebook is drawing fire from privacy activists again, after unveiling a new policy which could turn users’ data and pictures into advertising. The new plan would “dramatically expand the use of personal information for advertising …