Congressional privacy advocates have issued a letter questioning Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the social networking site's plans to let developers access users' private information.
PandaLabs has discovered two new strains of malware leveraging Facebook, including Lolbot.Q, which hijacks a user's account and requires a survey - and fees - to get it back.
Facebook will take extra steps and allow users to control their protection with new features, including HTTPS capability.
A new, free app dubbed uProtect.it helps keep your Facebook activity discreet and off Facebook's servers.
Facebook is in breach of South Korean privacy laws, and the country is giving the site 30 days to shape up.
MySpace is the latest in the recent string of social networking sites that have taken heat for sharing user IDs and profiles with third parties.
After learning from users that not all memories are good memories, Facebook has begun blocking photos of exes in its Photo Memories box.