The FTC has yet to make a final determination on a fine or publicize the findings of its investigation into Facebook.
A majority of Facebook users are unaware that the social media platform records a list of their interests for ad-targeting purposes.
Stone became the second finance chief to leave the Snapchat operator in a year.
Photos of a United Airlines promotional banner revealed the tech giant books 50 business class seats to Shanghai, China, every day.
The company said the investments are meant to help local journalists with basic newsgathering needs and stabilize the business models of local outlets over time.
President Trump, however, still holds the top spot among influential politicians.
“Bulls & Bears” panel on how Facebook and Twitter hired right-leaning groups in order to help them referee political speech.
The congresswoman engaged in a war of words with House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) last weekend.
Dozens of Eagles fans used online payment platform Venmo to “thank” Parkey for his missed kick with small amounts of cash.
Facebook shares lost more than 25 percent in 2018, the first down year since the company went public in 2012.
More awaits us in 2019.
Apps linking to inappropriate chats were reportedly supported by ads run by Facebook and Google’s ad networks.
Many users expressed their dismay on Twitter.
Users appear unbothered by privacy concerns.
The social media platform maintains a base of 2.2 billion active users, even as the fallout from various scandals drove share prices down about 30 percent for the year.
But Kevin Hart is giving him a run for his money.
Pinterest could achieve a valuation in the public market at or in excess of $12 billion.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine’s lawsuit against Facebook and the report that Facebook made exceptions to privacy rules in order to provide user information to business partners.
The lawsuit was announced on Wednesday.
To no one’s surprise, Marvel ruled the theaters this year.