Lawmakers want to stop privacy violations before they happen.
Rep. Greg Walden, (R-Ore.), calls on tech CEOs to testify on the privacy issues Americans are concerned about.
The company harvested data from millions of Facebook users.
The nuptials at England’s Windsor Castle trigger a frenzy of spending.
Breakup of Facebook, Google and Amazon worth considering “in some cases.”
Nurse Sasha Cuttler on why nurses want Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s name removed from a San Francisco hospital.
Tim Draper thinks large countries will become less relevant and geographic borders will start to fall because of blockchain.
Groups on WhatsApp have taken a central role in the messaging service that has more than 1 billion users.
The committee had put additional questions to Facebook after it said that the firm's chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer had not addressed all its concerns during a parliamentary hearing last month.
FBN's Tracee Carrasco on Facebook's decision to suspend 200 apps in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
Matt Kalish says the fantasy sports website has been working on a sports betting platform since 2017.
Zuckerberg had said the social network will investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of information before the company curtailed data access in 2014.
Ad Age Editor Brian Braiker on Facebook and Google's data collection for digital advertising.
Shares of Match plunged more than 20% on May 1, the day Facebook announced the feature.
Washington Times’ Eric Schiffer and conservative commentator Kurt Schlichter on whether it’s Facebook’s responsibility to protect consumers from themselves.
New cell phone taser built into the case, provides non lethal voltage to help fend away any on coming attackers and a charge for your battery.
Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith and MAXfunds.com co-founder Max Jonas Ferris on how Twitter is urging users to change their passwords due to a glitch.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) on why President Trump should receive a Nobel Peace Prize if he leads the denuclearization of North Korea.
The company said it had found “no reason to believe password information ever left Twitter’s systems or was misused by anyone.”
No plans to end endorsement and design deal with music star.