Instagram's Threads is a camera app for sharing with your closest friends
It's a private space where you can share photos, videos and status.
Facebook suspends tens of thousands of data-scraping apps
It's investigating apps with access to large amounts of user data.
Libra Association opens Bug Bounty program to everyone
The organization wants researchers to test the security of its Libra blockchain.
The EU may give citizens more control of their facial recognition data
New regulation could give citizens the right to know when their data is used.
Facebook expands its Data Abuse Bounty program to Instagram
It will reward people for reporting third-party apps that exploit user data.
Twitter may have shared your data without permission
It fixed the glitch but is still determining which users were impacted.
New York City bill could make selling phone location data illegal
It would ban the sale of data collected in the city.
WSJ: Facebook reaches $5 billion FTC settlement
How the company will be restricted and regulated going forward is still unknown.
Facebook tweaks terms of service to better explain user rights
The changes are in response to demands by the European Commission.