Facebook users currently on iOS 13.2.2 report a bug that launches the camera without any permission.
People are increasingly turning to strangers on social network Reddit to diagnose their sexually transmitted diseases.
TikTok collects substantial personal data from users, making it a security risk.
A message form a PlayStation support representative explains why PS4 users are encountering errors with the Facebook feature of the system.
Facebook's new dating app will be available for users in the U.S. beginning on Thursday.
Stop Facebook from tracking your location every time with a few simple steps.
Jennifer Newstead currently serves as a legal adviser at the US State Department.
The social networking giant keeps improving the health of its platforms.
Tech firms are being warned by the British government to better police their sites or face legal penalties.
Tobacco companies are enlisting the help of social media influencers to promote traditional cigarettes and their brands to young people.
Social media companies struggle to identify and remove hate speech when it's posted. What can computer science reveal about how hate-filled texts and videos spread online?
CEO Mark Zuckerberg's claimed intent to focus on privacy will be hard to execute, will not happen soon and does not address major concerns about the company's role in society.
This move would likely give the social network an even greater competitive advantage.
Russian interference in the upcoming 2020 presidential elections has drawn a backlash from Facebook.
Donald Trump's favourite social media saw revenue grow to $758 million, up 29 percent.
Cook's speech at international conference on data privacy appeared to one-up his tech rivals and show off his company's credentials in data privacy.
Facebook admitted to overstating how much time users actually spent watching video ads by as much as 80 percent.
The founder of the messaging service admitted he sold out the privacy of WhatsApp users to the social media giant.
On Tuesday, Facebook revealed it had removed 652 suspicious pages, groups and accounts linked to Russia and Iran.
Shortly after Facebook's announcement, Twitter revealed it had also suspended 284 accounts for "coordinated manipulation," many of them apparently originating from Iran.