Facebook To Invest $300 Million In News, Focusing On Local
Breaking Up (With Facebook) Is Hard To Do: Here's HowWhile Facebook has tried to address some of these problems, it's not enough for some users. Hard as it might seem to quit, especially for those entwined with it for years, it can be done.
Facebook: Bug May Have Exposed User Photos To DevelopersGenerally when people give apps access to their photos, this only means photos posted on their Facebook page.
Surprise! Squirrel Gives UPS Driver A Friendly WelcomeA Chicagoan’s Ring app caught an unexpectedly friendly moment on Wednesday when a squirrel jumped onto the back of a UPS driver as he made a delivery.
Facebook Blocks 115 Accounts Ahead Of U.S. Midterm ElectionsAlmost all of the Facebook pages associated with the blocked accounts appeared to be in French or Russian.
‘I'm Heartbroken,' Community Reacts To Gayety's, Beloved South Suburban Chocolate Shop, Closing After 98 YearsAfter 98 years of business, Gayety’s Chocolates and Ice Cream will be closing.
Facebook Reportedly Working On Unsend Message Button FeatureIt is not yet known when this reported feature will be ready for all users.
Facebook: Hackers Accessed Accounts Of 29 Million PeopleFacebook said third-party apps and Facebook apps like WhatsApp and Instagram were unaffected by the breach.
Watch: Video of Chicago Woman Passing Illinois Bar Goes ViralA video of a Bronzeville lawyer discovering that she passed the Illinois Bar Exam has gone viral on Facebook. “I’ve only wanted to be an attorney."
Facebook: 50 Million User Accounts Affected By Security BreachThe hack is the latest security headache for Facebook, which has been dealing with political disinformation campaigns from Russia and elsewhere since 2016.
Facebook Expands Fact-Checking To Photos, VideosMalicious groups seeking to sow political discord in the U.S. and elsewhere have been embracing images and video to spread misinformation.
Unfriending Facebook: More Than A Quarter Of Users Have Done ItAmericans are less attached to Facebook these days. In the past year, a sizable number of users have changed how they interact with the social media platform -- including getting rid of it altogether.
Facebook, Twitter Chiefs Face Lawmakers Amid Security, Censoring ConcernsFacebook and Twitter executives defended their companies in two congressional hearings Wednesday, arguing they are aggressively trying to root out malicious foreign actors who want to do the United States harm just weeks before the midterm elections — and arguing that they don't discriminate against conservatives.
Facebook, Twitter Chiefs Face Lawmakers Amid Election Security ConcernsCongress has sharply criticized the social media companies over the last year as it has become clear that they were at the forefront of Russia's interference in the 2016 elections.
Police Officer Goes Viral After Buying, Pumping Elderly Woman's GasSeth Kazz, the owner of the station in St. Clair Shores, posted a photo to Facebook on Aug. 31 after the officer went out of his way to make sure the struggling customer got home alright.