Privacy activists are alleging Facebook hasn't met a deadline set by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner to make changes to its privacy controls.
The furor surrounding the Girls Around Me App reveals how much users still have to learn about what social networks reveal about them.
As Facebook switches another wave of resistant users over to Timeline, CIO's Kristin Burnham has been hit with a few common questions. If you've recently switched to Timeline, or are still resisting the change, here are answers to four of the more common questions she's gotten.
Facebook on Friday warned employers about trying to gain inappropriate access to Facebook accounts to check out private information about potential employees, citing possible legal liability.
Facebook now automatically displays shared photos at the highest possible resolution for users on a desktop offers a full-screen viewing option.
Pinterest pros provide fourteen tips to help you use this virtual bulletin board to promote your brand and drive traffic to your website or business.
Yahoo is accusing Facebook of copying a range of technologies that the flagging search company invented, in a lawsuit that alleges the social media giant infringes on 10 patents.
Facebook will soon roll out an "Add Interests" menu option that allows its users to subscribe to content feeds by subject area, the company said on Thursday.
A German regional court judge has ruled that Facebook's use of user content and its Friend Finder feature violate privacy laws, and that it must change its terms of service.
Location-based social media service FourSquare has abruptly swapped the Google Maps technology underlying its product for the OpenStreetMap. However, FourSquare's mobile applications will continue to use the Google Maps API due to the tight integration between the mapping components present in iOS and Android.