The Chinese-made video app has no ads, no news, no politics and brings the fun back to social media.
Facebook offers to send vice president to answer questions over handling of misinformation online.
Matt and his wife ran a group of left-leaning and anti-Trump pages as their only source of income, and tried to play by Facebook's rules. They were wiped out.
This crazy video is completely fake. Yet it’s been watched 14 million times on Facebook — including by me. Here’s why fake news is still a thriving business.
A software bug prompted Google to announce it will shutter the social platform.
Google will shut down Google Plus, the company's floundering answer to Facebook, after it discovered a security vulnerability that exposed the private data of up to 500,000 users of the service.
At best your old forgotten posts and musings could come back to embarrass you. At worst, they could get you fired or even in trouble with the Russian government.
If Dorsey can show he's serious about improving things in the next 30 days, before my account is gone forever, I might come back. But I’m not holding my breath.
Without consulting the Myanmar government, Facebook removes accounts and pages of top brass after UN hands down damning report.
Tweaking the policies that govern want content is allowed 'is only treating surface-level symptoms that we are seeing', Twitter CEO says.
We lament the way it reduces the capacity for considered debate but when we see a bandwagon rolling out we rush to climb aboard.
When posts on Clea's page of 3.3 million followers stopped being seen, she had to research the issue on her own to discover she'd been slapped with a ban.
After reports Crimson Hexagon has at least 22 separate contracts with the US government, Facebook suspends it as a developer pending an investigation.
The spread of rumours in India, WhatsApp's biggest market, has led to several mob killings.
Policy expands Facebook's rules about what type of false information it will remove, comes largely in response to racial attacks prompted by Facebook rumours.
'F--- it, lets have a beer' had more than 2.6 million followers on Facebook, and was providing an income for its founder, when one day last month it disappeared.
If have blocked people on your Facebook account, there's a chance they could see some of your posts, and had the ability to send you messages, for around a week.
For the first time, Twitter is going to require confirmation of an email address or phone number to sign up for an account.
Facebook's Instagram service is loosening its restraints on video in an attempt to lure younger viewers away from YouTube
The company said the bug automatically suggested that users make new posts public, even if they had previously restricted to "friends only" or another private setting.
The President has shown his humorous side, mocking himself in a White House video about the Yanny v Laurel debate.
Remember 'The Dress'? This week, the internet met its audio equivalent, and it seemed no one was ready.
CEO Jack Dorsey says he wants to take 'the burden of the work off the people receiving the abuse or the harassment'.
The findings illustrate the gargantuan task Facebook faces in cleaning up the world's largest social network
Apps set to undergo a 'thorough investigation' into whether they had misused user data.
Do we trust Facebook with our most intimate details?
Facebook has proven its inability to distinguish hate speech in the past, but an apparent bug this week showed it may be looking to crowdsource some help.
The social network has, for the first time, released the full guidelines, called Community Standards, it gives to its workforce of thousands of human censors.
After years of exchanging their privacy for a free feed of news, ads, family photos and cat videos, some question whether they're actually getting a good deal.
For 14 years, Mark Zuckerberg was free to use any means he could to build his social network into a colossus.