Feds Eye Superseding Indictment In Delaware Child Porn CaseFederal prosecutors plan to issue a superseding indictment against a Delaware man facing child pornography charges.
Facebook Giving Away Free Cupcakes Friday At Charm City CakesFree cupcakes from Charm City Cakes Friday.
Maryland Social Services Agency Says Facebook Was HackedAn agency spokeswoman says a social media post from the Maryland Department of Human Services that warned of CIA infiltration was the result of hacking.
Activist Charged With Illegally Streaming Md. Congressional Staffers' Meeting On Facebook Live A college student at Salisbury University was charged last week with illegally streaming a Facebook Live at a meeting with a congressional staffer for Rep. Andy Harris, the state prosecutor's office said Thursday.
Facebook Adds Delete Button For MessengerIn order to delete a message from a single or group chat, just tap on the message you want to remove and press "Delete for everyone,".
Leaving Facebook Makes People Happier But Less Informed, Study SaysLeaving Facebook may be good for your emotional well being, but you could be less informed about current events.
Facebook Paying Teens For Info On Their Phone ActivitySome Facebook users have been giving the social network access to their phone activity in exchange for money as part of a research project since 2016.
"Friendly Fraud": Documents Show Facebook Used Games To Make Money Off Of Kids
Facebook Takes Down 364 Pages And Accounts Linked To Russian News Agency SputnikFacebook said the 364 pages and accounts had almost 800,000 followers and had spent around $135,000 on ads.
People Over 65 Share Fake News Stories On Facebook More Than Any Other Age Group, Study SaysOn average, those Facebook users shared nearly seven times as many articles from fake news domains as the youngest age group, according to a study published Wednesday in Science Advances, a peer-reviewed journal.
Judge Bars Enforcement Of Online Political Ad Law On MediaParts of a Maryland law aimed at stopping foreign interference in local elections on social media platforms such as Facebook appear to encroach on the First Amendment, a federal judge has ruled.
Warning: Don't Send Sensitive Information Over FacebookExperts are warning Facebook users not to send sensitive information over messenger.
NYT: Facebook Offered Big Tech Firms More User Data Than Previously RevealedFacebook offered more of its users' data to companies including Microsoft and Amazon than it has admitted, according to a new report by The New York Times.
Facebook Could Face Billion Dollar Fine For Data BreachesFacebook could be facing a multi-billion dollar fine after a European regulator announced Friday that it is launching an investigation into the company over failure to protect user privacy.
Facebook Blocks 115 Accounts Ahead Of US Midterm ElectionsFacebook said it blocked 115 accounts for suspected "coordinated inauthentic behavior" linked to foreign groups attempting to interfere in Tuesday's U.S. midterm elections.