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The Vienna regional court has given Facebook four weeks to respond to a 25,000 plaintiff class-action lawsuit over privacy. The lawsuit, called “Facebook v …

Hundreds of police employees have been investigated for breaching social media guidelines at forces across England and Wales during a five-year period. Police officers …

When I delete information from my Facebook account, is it possible to make Facebook delete said information from their systems too? Likewise, if I …

The Federal Communications Commission, which could soon allow phone and cable companies to block or interfere with Internet content, has been deluged with more …

The New York Times editorial board is calling on the Federal Communications Commission to adopt stronger net neutrality rules than what is currently being …

Avoid installing Facebook Messenger on your iPhone using this quick tip and continue chatting using the normal Facebook app. Photograph: Jeff Chiu/AP Facebook’s policy …

Recently uncovered PowerPoint slides used by the National Security Agency and its British equivalent indicate that the spy agencies have been intercepting personal data …

Facebook wants people to stop getting frustrated with the company’s privacy settings. Well, good luck with that. Almost any change Facebook makes to privacy …

Facebook on Friday released its second government requests report covering the second half of 2013, and it expands its scope from the first one …

Bang With Friends, a mobile application that facilitates casual encounters among friends, has a simple pitch: “Your friends will never know you’re interested unless …