Facebook: No, we're not using your phone's mic to eavesdrop
The company responded to rumors that it listens in to decide which ads it will show you.
Facebook reportedly considering making Messenger more secure
A planned end-to-end encryption feature would be opt-in
Senator behind biometric privacy act tries to remove its teeth
Proposed revisions would effectively end Illinois lawsuits against Google, Snapchat and Facebook.
Facebook respects European privacy, skips facial recognition
It already removed facial recognition from its tagging feature in Europe.
Facebook can't stop lawsuit over its facial recognition software
Automatic photo-tagging might run afoul of an Illinois privacy act.
Facebook fights harassment with impersonation alerts
It's testing a feature that lets you know when someone is trying to imitate you.
Twitter, Facebook support Apple in its fight with the FBI
Other tech companies are speaking up about the potential downside of being forced to weaken security.
France tells Facebook to stop moving user data overseas
Privacy regulator feels that the social network should give users more control over their data.
Facebook on Android gives you privacy through Tor
Tor's anonymity network now shelters Facebook updates on your phone.