In case you were too busy watching the Facebook privacy scandal, here's the social media news you might have missed, including a potential "regram" option inside Instagram Stories inside Friday's Social Feed.
Facebook sold four billion dollars in ad revenue last year. Ultimately, the Cambridge Analytica scandal happened because Facebook has always cared more about selling ads than protecting your personal data.
The Korea Communications Commission determined that Facebook intentionally throttled its services while negotiating fees with South Korean ISPs, breaking one of the local laws. Facebook says it can't guarantee service.
Apple may be prepping new iPads for their spring Field Trip event, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has yet to comment of the Cambridge Analytica fiasco, man buys old photo on eBay for $10, turns out it's worth just a bit more.
Messenger group chats just got a bit easier to manage. Facebook now allows users to create chat administrators with the power to add and remove users, along with the new option to invite users via a link.
If the recent Cambridge Analytica hack worries you but you're not prepared to give up Facebook entirely, there are a few ways you can go about protecting your personal data. Here we outline some changes you can implement right now.
Data is valuable, and there are companies all over the internet trying to collect yours, especially on social media platforms like Facebook. Here are some tips on how to maintain your privacy on Facebook.
Facebook's handling of privacy has always been concerning, but the Cambridge Analytica scandal has taken it to new levels. Here's how to protect your personal data without deleting your account, as well as how to just nuke the thing…