San Francisco’s 25-year-old FogCam shuts down this month
The camera’s creators say it has become too difficult to continue live streaming.
Facebook limits ad targeting following discrimination settlement
It's making it harder to run discriminatory ads.
Internet Archive races to preserve public Google+ posts
The social network won't completely vanish after April 2nd.
US conducts criminal investigation into Facebook's data deals
Facebook says it's cooperating.
Facebook helps you host viewing parties for live TV
You can also jump to Spotify to listen to profile songs in full.
Twitter's experimental beta testing app is available today
Twttr lets you try major new changes to the social network.
Facebook sues two Ukranians over data-stealing browser add-ons
They allegedly used quizzes to trick tens of thousands of users.
Facebook removes fake accounts stoking political tension in UK
It also pulled bogus Romanian accounts promoting a political party.
Mark Zuckerberg outlines a 'privacy-focused' revamp of Facebook
It comes as Facebook is grappling with its legacy of data problems.