Facebook Rolls Out Tool To Block Off-Facebook Data GatheringSoon, you could get fewer familiar ads following you around the internet — or at least on Facebook.
Send Sister Jean Best Wishes For Her 100th BirthdayThe school will collect them and share them with Sister Jean. But you have to do it by 5:00 p.m. Monday.
Facebook Paid Contractors To Transcribe Users' Audio ClipsFacebook has paid contractors to transcribe audio clips from users of its Messenger service, raising privacy concerns for a company with a history of privacy lapses.
21-Year-Old Held In Connection With Lansing Internet SaleRecords showed in March of last year, he plead guilty to eight felony counts of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. That's when he entered a first time offender program. He had 106 days time served and was given two years probation and five days of community service.
Marvin Gibson-Jones, 21, Charged With Murder In Lansing Shooting Over Internet SalePolice now say the incident, which happened in a parking lot at 500 Bernice Rd., occurred over the sale of an item that had been listed for sale on a social media site.
FTC Fines Facebook $5 Billion, Adds Limited Oversight On PrivacyFederal regulators have fined Facebook $5 billion for privacy violations and are instituting new oversight and restrictions on its business.
Facebook Grilled About CryptocurrencyMembers of both parties demanded to know why a company with massive market power and a track record of scandals should be trusted with such a far-reaching project, given the potential for fraud, abuse and criminal activity.
Facebook Officials Working To 'Get Things Back To Normal' As Users Report IssuesFacebook officials said they are working to "get things back to normal" amid reports of issues using Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp issues.
Facebook Mail Site Evacuated After Possible Sarin ScareFour buildings were evacuated and three have been cleared for people to come back in, said Facebook spokesman Anthony Harrison in a statement.
Facebook To Make Jobs, Credit Ads Searchable For US UsersFacebook says it will make advertisements for jobs, loans and credit card offers searchable for all U.S. users following a legal settlement designed to eliminate discrimination on its platform.
Facebook Enlists Plain English To Clarify How It Makes MoneyFacebook has come under fire with regulators in Europe, and increasingly in the U.S., for how it handles personal information collected on its site — and how transparent it is with users.
Local Lawyer Fights Facebook Over Post: 'It Was Starving Human Beings'"I was amazed. I could not believe. There was absolutely nothing sexual about this picture. There's absolutely nothing about nudity in this picture. It was starving human beings."
What's Your Data Worth To Big Tech? Bill Would Compel AnswerThe measure would require commercial services with more than 100 million active monthly users to disclose to their customers and financial regulators the types of data they collect.
Illinois Court Tosses Conviction Over Facebook PhotoIllinois' 3rd District Court of Appeals reversed the conviction of 29-year-old Spencer D. Watkins. The Peoria man was convicted of being a felon in possession of a gun in 2016 and given a nine-year prison term.
YouTube Updates Hate Speech Guidelines To Prohibit VideosYouTube is updating its hate speech policies to prohibit videos with white supremacist and neo-Nazi content.