Bosses who use the social networking website Facebook to spy on their employees at work are not breaking the law, Italy's Supreme Court has ruled.
An Indian American student has created a Chrome extension that grabs location data from Facebook Messenger and rapidly plots your friends' locations on a map, The Next Web reported.
Facebook has released a new feature called Security Check-up, that would be popping up into select users' News Feeds soon. The Check-up will pop up over the top of the site, prompting users to explore a couple options you have to increase your security, reported The Verge.
Ever wondered how Facebook influences our financial decisions. Well, an Australian research claims that Facebook users who invest or gamble just after going through their news feed are more irresponsible with their money.
Social media giant Facebook has garnered 8 lakh users in India for its Internet.org initiative that has been in the thick of the net neutrality controversy.
People who post Facebook status updates about their romantic partner are likely to have low self-esteem, while those who brag about diets, exercise and accomplishments are typically narcissists, according to new research.
Majority of global brands still prefer Facebook over other platforms, reveals a new study. Social media analytics provider Quintly, that studied some 50,000 users of its platform and examined the data by country, found that the majority of brands are still Facebook-focused, adweek.com reported.
Months after Facebook introduced video calling to Messenger, it has now said the feature has been rolled out almost entirely across the globe.
Facebook might soon allow businesses to interact with users of popular messaging service WhatsApp. "We think that enabling that B2C (business-to-consumer) messaging has good business potential for us," Facebook chief financial officer David Wehner was reported as saying by Mashable.
While the Ice Bucket Challenge drew its fair share of criticism in the past, now a 'fire challenge' is turning out a headache for parents.
Facebook's plan to host news stories within feed has finally come to life after the social media site joined hands with nine media companies including, The New York Times, National Geographic, BuzzFeed, NBC, The Atlantic, The Guardian, BBC News,Spiegel and Bild, who are keen to reach out to its massive 1.4 billion user base.
If you are being flooded with birthday reminders from Facebook for the past few weeks, you can blame a bug for that. Also, you are not alone being inundated with such reminders for friends' birthdays.
Facebook is reportedly testing an internal search engine for its mobile app. For now, a few iOS users are seeing an "add a link" option next to the buttons to add photos, locations, and feelings. After users enter a keyword in the search bar, Facebook suggests related news articles to post.
Already fed up of annoying app and game invites from friends on Facebook? There is some good news for you. You can now block all such irritating requests and reminders.
If your Facebook News Feed is devoid of variety and diverse views, most of the blame lies with you and not with the Facebook algorithm, says a new study by data scientists at Facebook.
The US tech giant IBM has teamed up with the social networking site Facebook to offer marketers new integrations between the two platforms.
Now, a new hack will help small business owners convert their Facebook page into a traditional website within minutes.
If you are bewildered by the expanse of data that many apps and websites have about you, relax. Facebook is about to give you greater control, now, over how much data you want to share with others.
Facebook users may be able to read full New York Times,Buzzfeed, and National Geographic articles and watch videos on their feed later this month as the social media platform is in talks with publications to introduce the new feature which will be called, 'Instant Articles.'
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