Facebook announces experimental implementation of PGP, the cryptographic encryption and authentication tool used by Edward Snowden, into its social media empire.
Facebook has announced it is letting users add encryption keys to their profiles and opt in to have notification emails sent in an encrypted format.
Drag queens, transgender people and others part of #MyNameIs coalition will demand removal of fake name reporting option and clearer appeals process
Sun and Times owner takes to Twitter to hail the role of the 'competitive free press' during the election – and praises David Cameron's cabinet choices
In their quest to build profitable and more far-reaching digital audiences, publishers in the US and Europe have turned to the world's largest social network for help.
A town in southwestern Quebec criminalized online insults of police and municipal officials after the town-council voted unanimously in favor of the measure yesterday.
Paul Rand is one of the most influential graphic designers of the 20th century, creator of iconic logos for IBM and UPS, among others.
Earlier today, Tesla's Twitter account and website were taken over by some nefarious jokesters.
Ever written out a status update or comment but decided against posting it? One techie has discovered Facebook collects this content, despite the company's claims to the contrary
Welcome to the front lines of the battle for your Facebook news feed.
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The European Commission is opening an investigation on Google, for alleged anti-competitive practices. The EC is concerned that "the company has given an unfair advantage to its own comparison shopping service, in breach of EU antitrust rules".
Social media-giant admits "post reach and referral traffic could potentially decline…"
Either join the disruptors or prepare to be disrupted.
United Airlines stopped a prominent security researcher from boarding a California-bound flight late Saturday, following a social media post by the researcher days earlier suggesting the airline's onboard systems could be hacked.
A YouTube video Microsoft released last month called "Girls Do Science" has gone viral, with over 2.1 million views.
The biggest difference between Google and Facebook -- explained by someone who has worked at both
...with over 200 million views and counting
REVEALED: A Breakdown Of The Demographics For Each Of The Different Social Networks
This past winter, I stopped using Facebook for a couple of months.
The company has new plans for how to cure the Twitter quitter
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Google's Boycott Campaign Against War Photography and Alternative Media
It's seems that Instagram has been purging its site of users who post memes or other photos that are anti government, anti establishment, or liberty themed, and without warning or explanation.
A new report claims that Facebook secretly installs tracking cookies on users' computers, allowing them to follow users around the internet even after they've left the website, deleted their account and requested to be no longer followed.
Instagram deleting users posting anti establishment or liberty themed memes and photos
In a LONG-OVERDUE UNIVERSAL INBOX move , you can use the Gmail app for Android as a single hub for nearly all your webmail accounts.
Popular social network Reddit, has been requested, by subpoena, to hand over personal data of five users linked to Evolution, a dark net marketplace that vanished with millions of dollars worth of bitcoins belonging to users.
Mark Zuckerberg's plans to use unmanned drones to provide internet connections appear one step closer to reality. The Facebook CEO today revealed that his Internet.org initiative has put the aircraft to the test for the first time, describing the ope