As Mark Zuckerberg testifies before US Congress on the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, Facebook has released a method for users to find out whether their data was breached.
Facebook has published a breakdown of the number of users whose data may have been accessed by Cambridge Analytica, and it seems the mess is even bigger than initially thought.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finally broken his silence after the Cambridge Analytica scandal exploded five days ago.
Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Facebook headquarters.
Apple will not have a booth at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but they still managed to instil their presence at the conference with a giant billboard trolling their competitors.
The New York Times has accused Facebook of even more privacy violations as the social media giant desperately tries to clean up its public image.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature to Messenger that allows you to ‘unsend’ that drunken message you shouldn’t have sent to your ex.
It’s no understatement to say Instagram revolutionised photography and photo sharing, but it may already be losing its charm.
Google Plus will be finally put out of its misery amidst multiple privacy concerns and extremely low user numbers.
A recent study found that half of the negative tweets The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson received came from politically motivated users and bots.