Facebook is reportedly working on a new app designed to encourage private content sharing — by making the process even more personal.
Citing multiple sources, a report on Techcrunch claims that the current code name for the app is “Moments” and will give users a grid-style interface from which to share private moments with friends and family
Facebook has agreed to meet with San Francisco city officials and activists following criticism that its naming policy discriminates against the LGBT community.
The social network’s policy, which requires users use their legal name on profiles, is not new — but has recently come under new scrutiny after a number of transgender people and drag performers reported being locked out of their Facebook accounts.
There are bound to be a few mishaps as more parents and grandparents build an online presence. While some interactions with the elder generations on Facebook might be embarrassing, there’s always that one Facebook fail that makes friending your relatives totally worth it.
The United States government demanded that Yahoo hand over massive amounts of data back in 2008 or be forced to pay a fine of $250,000 per day, according to the company
The threat, which was disclosed in documents released by Yahoo on Thursday, is an example of how agencies such as the National Security Agency coerced tech companies including Yahoo, Google, Apple, Facebook and others to comply with PRISM, a data-collection initiative that gathered information about users of those firm’s…
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