The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development charged Facebook with violating the Fair Housing Act by allowing marketers to target ads.
A man plead guilty to wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, and money laundering after stealing $99 million from Facebook and $23 million from Google.
Despite saying phone numbers used for 2FA wouldn't be used for anything else, Facebook actually uses those numbers to help people find their friends' accounts.
Facebook's chief AI researcher told Bloomberg the company is working on a semiconductor design made specifically to handle the mass amounts of data used by AI.
German's Federal Cartel Office said Facebook is a monopoly with over 95 percent of the social media market in Germany.
Facebook Gaming has partnered up with Streamlabs to make it easier for people to stream on the platform.
Oculus released a platform update that introduces live-streaming to Facebook and new "Public Homes" to let strangers gather in each other's virtual abodes.
An NYT investigation revealed that Facebook partnered with more than 150 companies from 2010-2017 to offer them special data access without informing users.
ZeniMax Media and Facebook have finally settled a $250 million lawsuit alleging that Oculus was based on virtual reality tech stolen from id Software.
The UK Information Commissioner's Office has officially fined Facebook for the Cambridge Analytica controversy, while the social media platform also deals with a class-action lawsuit.
A new report says Facebook is looking to purchase a security company following a conflict with its former security chief and its largest breach ever.
Facebook reportedly believes the attack that compromised 30 million of its users' accounts was conducted by spammers, not spies.
Facebook said the attack it originally believed to have affected 50 million people actually compromised 30 million--but it's still investigating.
An attack on Facebook's network led to a breach affecting nearly 50 million of the social network's users, with 40 million more possibly vulnerable.
WhatsApp's co-founder has broken his silence to offer a first-hand account of the company's repeated clashes with Facebook over advertising and user privacy.
Researchers discovered that Facebook lets advertise target people based on the phone numbers they use for 2FA and contact information shared by other users.
New poll from Pew shows Facebook users are changing their privacy settings and deleting the mobile app.
Iran allegedly attempted to influence people in the UK, Latin America, and the Middle East as well as the U.S. via "inauthentic" Facebook and Instagram posts.
Facebook has identified coordinated attempts have been operating on its social media platform in an attempt to influence the United States' midterm elections this November.
Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Twitter announced the Data Transfer Project to offer better data portability and consumer choice.