UK calls for tighter regulation of 'digital gangster' Facebook
Legislators in the UK claim Facebook intentionally and knowingly violated the country's privacy and competition laws.
Facebook, African NPOs partner for Safer Internet Day
The social network teams up with over 20 non-profit organisations and government agencies across Africa as part of Safer Internet Day 2019.
Facebook to integrate Messenger with WhatsApp, Instagram
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly wants to integrate the messaging services of WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger.
Fraudsters use social media to target SASSA beneficiaries
The agency warns that a fake ad is making the rounds on Facebook, claiming to sell the new modernised social grant payment cards.
Excessive social media use similar to drug addiction
Around one-third of people on the planet are using social media, and some display excessive use tendencies towards social media sites, a study reveals.
Facebook promises stronger controls after scandal-ridden 2018
Mark Zuckerberg pledges to prevent election interference, stop the spread of hate speech and misinformation this year.
Instagram 'back to normal' after bug triggers temporary change to feed
The photo-sharing network says it has fixed a bug that led to a temporary change in the appearance of its feed for a large number of users.