Here’s what Facebook’s unsend feature for Messenger might look like

Earlier this month, Facebook promised to implement an unsend message (revoke) option for all Messenger users. Well, it looks like the feature is almost ready to go live.

Tired of swiping Here are 6 more dating sites and apps for men

Online dating is hard. As a 2017 study points out, we used to end up with people who we were somehow connected to, whether friends of friends, classmates, or neighbors.

Facebook stops fighting proposed California privacy law

Facebook has announced that it will stop opposing a proposed California ballot measure designed to protect the privacy of the state's citizens

Ahead of GDPR, Messenger reminds users to check their privacy settings

Have you checked your Messenger privacy settings recently? No? If you're in the European Union, at least, that's about to change. 

Can Facebook really apply the EU's data-privacy rules worldwide?

During his testimony in front of the House Energy & Commerce Committee on Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated that Facebook would adopt the European Union's General Data Protection Rules (GDPR) as its privacy standard moving forward.

Hard Questions: Why Does Facebook Enable End-to-End Encryption?

End-to-end encryption is a powerful tool for security and safety. It lets patients talk to their doctors in complete confidence. It helps journalists communicate with sources without governments listening in. It gives citizens in repressive regimes a lifeline to human rights advocates. And by end-to-end encrypting sensitive information, a cyber attack aimed at revealing private conversations would be far less likely to succeed. But like most technologies, it also has drawbacks: it can make it harder for companies to catch bad actors abusing their services or for law enforcement to investigate some crimes.

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Facebook is reportedly planning to launch its own cryptocurrency, according to a report fromCheddar’s Alex Heath.

World Press Freedom Day 2018

On May 3 the world celebrated the 25th anniversary of World Press Freedom Day, originally designated by the United Nations in 1993. This day serves as an annual reminder about the importance of freedom of the press in elevating public discourse, illuminating issues of civic importance, holding public officials accountable, and strengthening democracy across the world.