Privacy figures to be a big topic of discussion at the upcoming Facebook F8 conference. But does Facebook have any credibility left after so many public blunders?
CEO Mark Zuckerberg, other execs can recall Facebook Messenger messages. Facebook now says it will extend the 'unsend' feature to everyone.
Facebook admits it's scanning, and even reading, instant messages that may contain malicious or objectionable content. That's a good thing.
The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal shouldn't be any surprise. Sharing data about millions of its users is exactly how Facebook works.
By posting photos of child abuse to social media, a number of witnesses have gotten police to take action, but do these pictures go too far?
Twitter broadcast the first of 10 NFL games it will stream on Thursdays this season. And while Twitter's a good venue for football, there's a lot more the service could offer.
Snapchat's reportedly in the process of buying Vurb, a search app that doesn't look like a necessary purchase at first glance.
Instagram calls Stories "a new feature," but anybody familiar with Snapchat will be pretty sure they've seen it before.
Twitter's ban on ubertroll Milo Yiannopoulos for harassing actress Leslie Jones was a necessary first step, but it needs to do much more.
Snapchat Memories will give users more options for sharing, editing and remixing their snaps. But isn't the app all about raw moments?
By retaining ties to a board member who's funding lawsuits against news sites, Facebook has shown that its supposed support for the free exchange of ideas is empty talk.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft tell the EU they will swiftly take down 'hate speech' postings. But that policy censors the Internet.
Twitter's growth has stalled and executives are fleeing. Here's how the service can keep the Fail Whale at bay.
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