Health campaigners said advertisements of junk foods contributed to the rising levels of child obesity.
Facebook said political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica accessed data on 87 million people—not 50 million as previously reported.
Aleksandr Kogan's Global Science Research obtained access to random public tweets back in 2015.
Mozilla pauses advertising on Facebook following the recent controversy but may resume when the social network strengthens its default privacy settings.
Content curation has become a driving force behind the way technology businesses are growing their revenue streams. The trend is surely difficult to ignore.
Even with Mark Zuckerberg apologizing to the Congress, many Facebook users are still deleting their accounts because of the data leak.
Short-form and long-form articles have their own advantages in helping businesses.
Beyoncé owns Coachella and makes history, becoming the first African American woman to frontline the famous musical festival.
With its recent involvement in Cambridge Analytica, Facebook is now swimming in boiling waters in clearing out issues regarding user information.
Cryptocurrency regulations have been a constant hot topic. To add the cherry on top, Google decides to ban cryptocurrency ads starting June.