Facebook may be prepping to take us all back to the '90s. The social network is testing a Messenger feature that sounds an awful lot like a chatroom, with further similarities to the company's short-lived Rooms app.
An 18-year-old from Austria is suing her parents for allegedly posting hundreds of photos from her childhood on Facebook despite her protests. She claims the pics, some of which are of an intimate nature, have made her life a misery.
Facebook has begun rolling out its Live video streaming feature on desktops. Previously only available on mobile, a select number of users can already use Facebook Live to stream from their desktops and laptops.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has expressed regret over her company’s oversight in regards to its removal of an iconic Vietnam War photo. She made the statement in a letter addressed to Norway's prime minister, who had criticized the move.
Facebook and Twitter are fed up with fake news, so much so that they've joined media giants such as the New York Times and CNN to tackle the proliferation of bogus stories, and on a wider scale to improve the overall quality of information…
Facebook has failed in its legal bid to stop a 14-year-old girl from suing the company over a naked image of her uploaded to the social network, described as a method of child abuse. The case will now proceed as a full trial.
Should you be allowed to take a photo of your own ballot? One lawsuit says yes, challenging a state law that prohibits photography at the polls. With no federal ban in place, several states have their own rules about photographing your…
On Friday, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz wrote a Medium blog post entitled "Compelled to Act," in which he explained the impetus behind his family's decision to donate $20 million to help Democrats in the 2016 election.
Lawyers representing Instagram and its parent company Facebook are ordering British anti-littering app “Littergram” change its name. The app's owner now claims he has been issued a deadline by which to rebrand.
Facebook has updated its Moments photo-sharing app with a trio of new features including "joinable moments" aimed at helping you connect with non-users, and a new tab that lets you save an unlimited quantity of images.
Facebook’s recently automated Trending feed has made another blunder, this time showing users a fake news article about the September 11 attacks. The mishap comes just weeks after it published two unsuitable articles in quick succession.
Facebook has reinstated an iconic image taken during the Vietnam War after repeatedly removing it for violating its restrictions on nudity. The move could set a precedent affecting the platform's approach to its Community Standards.