A vulnerability in WhatsApp made it possible for hackers to spread surveillance software to mobile devices. Here’s what to look out for.
There’s a “kill switch” on Facebook that protects you from those who might want to steal your private information. Here’s how to activate it.
Facebook’s new dating app wants to make it easier for you to get out of the friend zone without being a creep about it.
Mark Zuckerberg got a taste of privacy invasion when the New York Times raided his bin with some interesting results.
Good ‘ol Muizies, hey? A reader managed to grab a screenshot of a rather interesting discussion on a closed Facebook group, and we thought we’d share it with you.
Kids are leaving social media after discovering that their folks have been posting embarrassing pics of them for years, and it’s raised some interesting questions.
The company has recently spent big on expanding its security apparatus, with Zuckerberg’s personal protection costing a small fortune.
Facebook is adding a new safety feature to South African pages, in an attempt to prevent fake news and meddling ahead of the national elections.
200 new emojis are coming our way in 2019, including some new ways to talk about periods and gender without using actual words.
Facebook paid teens to install a VPN on their smartphones that spies on them, and they really don’t care about the consequences.
Roger McNamee was an early adviser to Zuckerberg, and an early investor in Facebook, but he is pretty disgusted with what’s happened over the years.
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Former Facebook employees have exposed the way that the social media company forces certain behaviours in exchange for career advancement.
Zuck’s CNN interview. Biggest sex offence case in Norway history. Bride reads out cheating fiance’s texts. Amazon’s next new CT office. Leaning tower not so much. Stephen King goes full-throttle on Trump. De Niro separates.
Jim Carrey is using his art to attack Facebook by sending Mark Zuckerberg a pic and a rude message in binary code on Twitter.
Parliament’s Justice Committee adopted the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill last week, which means that you could end up in jail if you contravene a few laws.
Facebook has apologised again after it approved an ad campaign geared at white nationalists like the man who attacked a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Yesterday, Facebook launched its anti-fake-news tools in South Africa, which will allow users to report fake news and have it flagged.
Facebook’s $1,6bn fine. Harry warns against Fortnite. Silverman skewers Trump. Kardashian sues bodyguard. New Zealand demands visitor cellphone passwords. Pret’s solution after girl’s death. Karoo’s alien ambitions. Turkey’s embarrassing names.
Facebook was hacked last week, which compromised at least 50 million accounts. Turns out it’s far worse than we initially thought.
We all know that Facebook depicts the very worst of human behaviour. Now imagine having to sift through all the uploads for a living.