Twitter's rebranding to 'X' seemed to have included other growing pains, or at least was oddly-timed to match one of our editors' accounts getting suspended without reason.
Facebook, LinkedIn and Clubhouse deny blame for recent data leaks because of how the data got out. They should never be trusted again, writes our guest commenter.
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?
Ready to quit Facebook, but worried about what might happen? Here's what happened when one of our writers deleted their account.
Facebook talked about doing a better job of protecting our privacy at its annual conference, but it's going to take a lot more than AI tweaks.
Facebook is running a new TV ad to win back its users' trust. Judging by the reactions of our staffers, Facebook has a long way to go.
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.
Messenger Day is a Snapchat clone that you can find inside Facebook Messenger, but it feels incomplete without a popular feature.
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?
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 Live video is beginning to embrace gaming, but it'll take more than just a massive user base to topple Twitch.
Tech companies are building more witty bots like Siri and Cortana, but these anthropomorphic programs waste our time and give us a false sense of our own importance.
Anyone outraged that Facebook let researchers conduct sociological experiments on users should read the fine print.