Facebook News, Page 5 ▼

Facebook Testing Playable Game Ads

04/19/2018, If you’ve ever played a free-to-play game, chances are you will run into an ad or two. Some of these ads are quite interactive in the sense that it users can actually play a bit of the game within the ad itself, meaning that they’ll get a taste of the...

Facebook Reportedly Looking To Design Its Own Chipsets

04/18/2018, For companies such as Apple and Samsung, it makes sense for them to develop their own chipset. However Facebook, a company known for being a social network, it does seem a bit odd that developing their own chipsets is something they might be interested...

Facebook Reminds Users That Other Companies Harvest Their Data Too

04/17/2018, At the moment Facebook is under immense scrutiny following the data privacy scandal. The focus does seem to be pretty much all on Facebook at the moment, but the company would like to point out and remind users that they aren’t alone in gathering user...


Facebook Is Now Fact-Checking News In More Markets

04/17/2018, Facebook has had to deal with a lot of criticism for failing to prevent the mass spread of misinformation and fake news on its platform during the 2016 presidential elections in the United States. It has since released new features that are aimed at...

An Ad-Free Facebook Could Cost Users $11 A Month

04/17/2018, One of the reasons why Facebook collects information on its users is because they can use that information to sell to advertisers, who can then create targeted ads to hawk products and/or services to Facebook users. Save for ad blocking, there is no...

Facebook Apparently Collects Data On Non-Users As Well

04/12/2018, Given how many people willingly use Facebook and willingly share information on their profile, we suppose it doesn’t come as a surprise that Facebook and advertisers have mined user information for studies, targeted advertising, and so on. However it...

Mark Zuckerberg’s Data Was Shared In Misuse Scandal Too

04/11/2018, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying before Congress on the data misuse scandal involving Cambridge Analytica. It was revealed not too long ago that the personal information of more than 87 million Facebook users was improperly shared with Cambridge...

Facebook Denies They Are Spying On Users Through Microphones

04/10/2018, There is a popular conspiracy theory floating about regarding Facebook where it is claimed that the company uses your smartphone’s microphone to listen in on users. Based on this the company can then help to push targeted ads to users based on what they...

Mark Zuckerberg Seemingly Hints At A Paid Version Of Facebook

04/10/2018, One of the reasons why Facebook has managed to grow as big as it did is because it is free to use for everyone. However could Facebook be considering a paid/premium version of its service? That’s what seems to be speculated based on a statement that...

Facebook Announces $40,000 Bounty For Data Misuse Reports

04/10/2018, The next step in Facebook’s strategy to regain the trust of its users following the Cambridge Analytica data misuse scandal is the announcement of a $40,000 bounty. The world’s largest social network has launched this “data abuse”...