Want to post photos and stories about your kids to Facebook? Law professor Stacey Steinberg talks to Consumer Reports about how to protect children while “sharenting.”
Months before Snapchat parent Snap publicly disclosed slowing user growth, rival Facebook already knew, thanks to information from a data-security app owned by the social media company.
The data protection bill is about refusing to hand over ownership of our identity to Google and Facebook – because we all make mistakes when young, says the Guardian columnist Suzanne Moore.
Austrian lawyer seeking court permission to take privacy case against social network.
Facebook Inc.’s small print may be the next big thing in European antitrust as watchdogs home in on how the world’s biggest social network collects information from users that helps generate vast advertising revenues.
A diverse range of experts came together to create design-centred solutions for Facebook’s cookie banners.
The Supreme Court of Canada issued a landmark decision this morning on the enforceability of forum selection clauses in online contracts, rejecting Facebook’s effort to block a privacy class action lawsuit in British Columbia on the grounds that its own contract specified that legal actions be brought in California.
Under pressure from governments to counter inappropriate content, the social media company will pair new technology with human moderators.
The Irish High Court has reviewed recent decisions by the U.S. surveillance court and a federal appeals court for a case on the legality of Facebook’s transfers of personal data from the EU to the United States. EPIC explained that the modifications to the NSA’s “Upstream” program were significant, but emphasized that the scathing rebuke of the NSA’s prior violations and “institutional lack of candor” show that there are not adequate limitations in the US on mass surveillance.