Facebook has been investing a lot of effort on artifical intelligence, and the sheer scale and rate at which AI is added into its products makes it worth a look.
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It only took a few months after the Cambridge Analytica data scandal before a hacker discovered a Facebook bug that could lead to more data leak.
Facebook has decided to reign in their advertising policies and will no longer be directing ads for weapon accessories at minors.
If you regularly post to Facebook, you should be worried.
If you are an avid Facebook user, here are some of the best browser extensions you can use to customize your Facebook experience.
Facebook has seen a lot of attacks in the past, but the recent malware, referred to as “Nigelthorn,” is particularly nasty for Chrome users.
There’s been a lot of talk recently about the possibility of Facebook offering a premium ad-free version. We asked our writers, “Would you pay to use social media ad-free?”
There is still continued interest in Facebook and how it is using our data and the ethicality of it. It appears that it doesn’t even matter if you’re a Facebook user. They still have access to your data.
Facebook is now discussing a new subscription model that might help it avoid future privacy problems, but would a subscription model work? Let’s explore this option.
If you are afraid to lose the pictures and other memories Facebook stores for you, here are a few ways you can download Facebook photos and store them in a safe place.
Have you ever sent a message that you’d like to take back? Facebook might actually include this feature in Messenger, allowing people to “unsend” messages.
If you are a Firefox and Facebook user, you can use the Facebook Container add-on to keep Facebook’s tracking strictly inside its own tab and disable its trackers on external pages.
Facebook’s mobile app was found to have collected, and continues to collect, phone call metadata. Here’s how to stop Facebook from collecting your phone call data.
When the news of Facebook’s data breach became known, it sent many into a panic. Mark Zuckerberg admitted that most users should assume their data has been compromised.
So you’ve finally had enough of Facebook and want to get out of it. Here are a few Facebook alternatives that offer better privacy and more control and just might help you to partially fill that Facebook-shaped void in your life.
You can either delete your Facebook account or lock your profile down and prevent your personal information from floating around in cyberspace. Here’s how to do both.
We’ve all seen the news that a political data firm working with Donald Trump was given user data from Facebook to help them out during the election. Do you plan on leaving Facebook after data was used to control an election?
You probably get so much information on your Facebook news feed that you don’t even want to look at it. This can easily be fixed by prioritizing Facebook’s news feed so that you see what you want first.