Facebook sues to curb data scraping, fake Instagram likes from outside developers
It's part of an effort to show Facebook can regulate itself.
Facebook sues to stop domain scammers from impersonating Instagram, WhatsApp sites
A range of U.S. tech firms now are using court orders to curb apparent scamers.
Maksim Boiko, an accused money launderer and part-time rapper, to plead not guilty
The 29-year-old Russian entered the U.S. in January with $20,000 in cash. The FBI says he is a “significant cybercriminal" with links to the QQAAZZ group.
Here's the latest info operation to blame the U.S. for coronavirus
This disclosure comes days after U.S. military officials publicly admonished foreign governments for exploiting the pandemic to fan anti-American sentiment.
Facebook intends to implement end-to-end encryption despite DOJ pressure
Two of the company's executives have written to the Department of Justice as Congress prepares to look closely at the issue.
Facebook confirms bug that activated iOS cameras
Longstanding concerns with the way Facebook handles user data resulted in more worries this week.