Facebook fined in Spain for allegedly misusing personal data
The social network was apparently tracking non-users web habits, too.
Hackers tried selling celebrity info stolen from Instagram
For $10, users could purchase info linked to high-profile accounts.
Instagram says hackers swiped contact info for verified users
They don't have passwords, but it's still a huge breach.
Tech companies want user data protected from warrantless searches
They filed a brief in the Supreme Court case ‘Carpenter v. United States’.
Facebook knew about Snap's struggles months before the public
It's using its security app to track rivals through usage data.
China blocks WhatsApp users from sending photos and video
Some people aren't able to send texts, either.
Facebook rebuffs Pakistan request to link accounts to phone numbers
It's more concerned with protecting rights than tackling fake users.
Supreme Court to decide if cellphone location data requires a warrant
The case will be heard during the court’s next term.
Facebook clarifies its security settings to curb confusion
So, you should go set up that two-factor authentication now.