Facebook Suit Reveals More Data Theft from Ukrainian Hackers
The company revealed the latest in a long line of breaches in a suit filed late Friday.
Mark Zuckerberg Thinks You’ve Napped Through the Last Decade
The Facebook chief rolled out his pivot to privacy—as if his company hasn’t been caught lying about protecting customer data over and over and over again.
Russian Trolls’ Lawsuit Against Facebook Hits a Wall
Lawyers representing Kremlin-backed propagandists are trying to get the best of Facebook in court. They’re not doing so hot.
Facebook Fueled Tommy Robinson for Years Before Banning Him
He preached anti-Muslim hate to more than 1 million Facebook followers, even though it broke the site’s rules.
Silicon Valley on Alert as Democrats Eye Top Antitrust Mind
Khan, who wrote a semi-viral article about Amazon, is in discussions to join the staff of the congressional panel overseeing antitrust issues.
The Anti-Vaxxer Ad King of Facebook
He’s raked in almost $80,000 in donations, some of which may go to pay his ‘personal bills.’
Anti-Vaccine FB Ads Target Women in Measles-Stricken States
Nearly 150 spots are targeting women over the age of 25—the group most likely to include mothers of children who might need to be vaccinated.