Debt collectors have started hassling debtors' Facebook friends in a bid to put pressure on them to pay up.
Privacy invasion period
Privacy International has found that 61 percent of mobile apps were automatically transferring data to Facebook – even if they don’t have an account, and some of the worst offenders were those to track menstruation.
We have the power to make it obey orders
Germany’s cartel office is to appeal a regional court decision to suspend restrictions it had placed on Facebook’s data collection practices to the country’s highest court.
The US suddenly realises that Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple are not that nice
State attorneys in more than a dozen states are preparing to begin an antitrust investigation of the tech giants.
For study and the office Christmas party
Social notworking site Facebook has been paying hundreds of outside contractors to transcribe clips of audio from users of its services.
Hides anti-Google ranters pro-Facebook bias
Apple’s favourite newspaper, the New York Times, has published anti-Google rants from those who represent Facebook.
Never mind the Russians
Social notworking site Facebook uncovered a cunning plan by the Saudi Arabian government to run a network of fake accounts and pages on Facebook to promote state propaganda and attack rivals.
They are all seen as the bad guys
US people have lost faith that Big Technology companies are that good since the last presidential campaign in 2015.
Firefox is unhappy
Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have found 12 major bugs in Facebook's transparency API which it says needs significant work if it is going help journalists and researchers with transparency ahead of looming elections.