Instagram has announced that tighter restrictions are to be imposed on some posts related to diet products and cosmetic surgery.
Facebook’s range of video-calling Portal devices are to go on sale in the UK for the first time, the company has announced.
Facebook is working with the Metropolitan Police to improve the social network’s ability to detect live streaming of terrorism and potentially alert officers about an attack sooner.
Facebook has sanctioned the page of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu because of a violation of the company’s hate speech policy.
The Government has spent tens of thousands of pounds in recent days on adverts promising “Brexit is happening” on October 31, despite increasing uncertainty over whether it actually will.
Facebook has confirmed that hundreds of millions of user phone numbers were left in an unprotected server, which reportedly included several million British details.
Facebook is making its facial recognition setting available to all users but is keeping the function turned off by default amid ongoing unease about the technology.
Facebook is reportedly considering a trial that would hide the number of likes posts receive, following a similar test already being carried out on Instagram.
Facebook is introducing new requirements for political advertisers in the United States ahead of next year’s presidential election.
A creative teenager has found a novel way to embarrass and entertain his younger brother when he gets home from school.
Facebook is launching its first pop-up cafes aimed at encouraging users to personalise their privacy settings.
YouTube says it disabled more than 200 videos this week that appeared to be part of a coordinated effort to spread misinformation about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
Facebook is to allow users to clear data which has been linked to their account based on their activity on other websites.
Instagram users can now report app developers they believe are misusing their data as part of an expansion to the social network’s security tools.
Facebook has removed a number of accounts which posted images depicting protesters in Hong Kong as terrorists and cockroaches.
The Conservative Party has ramped up its spending on Facebook advertising as new Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to build support for his Brexit plans.
Facebook is to open a number of pop-up cafes around the UK as part of a scheme to encourage social network users to run privacy check-ups.
Instagram is to test a new tool which will allow users to report content they believe is misinformation.
Facebook is updating the privacy settings for Groups on the social network, in a move the firm says will better clarify how the feature works.
Facebook has become the latest technology firm to admit listening to and analysing some audio recordings from users.