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Mark Zuckerberg’s tone-deaf declaration of victory in 2018 should make everybody worry about what’s going to happen with Facebook next yea...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn't about to let a year like this one get him down.
If you’re feeling less comfortable sharing photos to Facebook, here’s why you should try Apple’s solution instead
Compared to Facebook, Apple offers a more elegant and private solution to sharing photos with friends and family.
Hacks. Misinformation. Lawsuits. Exposés. Holocaust denial. Accusations of enabling genocide. Facebook has had an ugly, ugly year.
Mark Zuckerberg ridiculed by The Guardian in a mock ‘Year in Review’ video charting Facebook’s disastrous 12 months
The video brings up Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal, Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress, and the platform's shrinking European users.
Facebook’s latest privacy scandal: The private photos of millions of users were accidentally shared with 1,500 apps
"We're sorry this happened," Facebook said in a statement after disclosing yet another privacy failing.
Facebook hosted a pop-up event in New York City for 1 day only to teach people about privacy. Here’s what it was like to visit
Facebook's one-day-only pop-up focused on how to manage the site's privacy settings.
From the cave rescue in Thailand to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal, here are the top 10 news stories that captivated us in 2018.
Elliot Schrage, the social networking giant's outgoing communications chief, said it was done in the interest of transparency and honesty.
Mark Zuckerberg defends the leaked Facebook documents he never wanted the world to see: The scrutiny is ‘healthy,’ but don’t ‘...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded to the publication of a tranche of internal emails and documents.
Mark Zuckerberg faces a new risk, as documents involving Facebook and an app called Six4Three could shed light on the CEO's approach to user privacy.