Facebook can pick your face out from a crowd, as the increase of facial recognition software on smartphones and social media could prove to be privacy kryptonite.
Facebook is amassing the most comprehensive record of human interaction yet recorded — will it merely log user behavior, or change it?
Facebook wants your children. But is the company’s gambit to boost kid users inevitable, clever, nefarious or just plain wrongheaded?
Facebook is not constitutionally protected speech, according to a federal ruling, in a case where public employees were allegedly fired over “liking” their bosses’ political opponent on their profiles.
Facebook is keeping tabs on users beyond what they may expect, Consumer Reports discovered, highlighting how people like insurers and burglars can exploit the activity feed.
The oldest baby boomers will turn 65 this year, joining a growing senior citizen population learning to stay young at heart with the promise of social networks.
Facebook can share their status as an organ donor with a new Timeline feature, demonstrating the site’s massive potential for good.
Lawmakers are intensifying efforts to ban employers from asking job seekers for their Facebook passwords — and it’s about time.
Denise Abbot used Facebook to send a stern message to her 13-year-old daughter, fueling debate over parenting in the digital age. What took so long?
The increased use of technology is a sign of social isolation, studies say, but Facebook isn’t necessarily to blame.