Facebook may have scrapped talks to buy Houseparty over antitrust concerns
The FTC is reportedly investigating the company over anti-competitive practices.
Senators question whether Facebook is doing enough to protect kids’ privacy
They’re especially concerned with a recent security flaw in Messenger Kids.
US, UK regulators ask Facebook how Libra will protect personal data (updated)
They're worried the cryptocurrency may violate privacy.
FTC may be investigating Facebook's deals for Instagram and WhatsApp
Facebook's acquisitions might be the focus of an antitrust probe.
FTC warns Equifax claimants will get 'nowhere near' $125 cash payout
It admits there isn't enough money to pay all claimants in cash.
Today was Facebook's worst day ever, and it won’t make a difference
Facebook may not be invincible, but it certainly feels like it.
Facebook will pay $5 billion fine for Cambridge Analytica data breaches
The company will also be subject to a new privacy oversight committee.
FTC to accuse Facebook of misusing phone numbers and facial recognition
The FTC is expected to announce the complaint tomorrow.
Equifax settlement for data breach will only cost it $4 per person
There are concerns the penalty is just a drop in the bucket.