How to sell the Brooklyn Bridge in the 21st century
Social media scams persist despite increasing efforts by platforms.
Facebook pulls hundreds of propaganda accounts linked to PR firms
Apparently, fake news has become big business for PR and marketing firms.
DOJ asks Facebook to halt end-to-end encryption plans (updated)
AG Barr wants Mark Zuckerberg to give law enforcement backdoor access to messages.
Facebook’s updated ad policy is letting politicians post misleading ads (updated)
It essentially gives politicians free range to post almost anything.
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.
Europe's top court rules that Facebook can be ordered to remove illegal content
The case highlights the complexity of enforcing rules within a borderless web.
Facebook reaches settlement with company selling fake Instagram likes
The company continues its war on spam.
Study: Americans believe social networks make the news worse
But more people get news from these sites than ever before.
Instagram makes its 'Restrict' anti-bullying tool available to everyone
It's designed to keep you from having unwanted interactions in the app.