Apple’s new iOS 15.1 update allows users to add verifiable versions of their COVID-19 vaccination to the Wallet app. Here’s how to do it.
After a post on Facebook advising any lost hikers or stranded motorists to change their outgoing voicemail to reveal their locations should their phones die or lose signal went viral, a nonprofit rescue team from Colorado is pointing out why that’s not a good idea.
Law enforcement officials in the U.S. and Europe have arrested 150 people and seized more than $31 million in an international drug trafficking investigation stemming from sales on the darknet.
As false claims about vaccine safety threatened to undermine COVID-19 response, documents reveal that Facebook took a full month to implement changes.
The group, which Microsoft calls Nobelium, has employed a new strategy to piggyback on the direct access that cloud service resellers have to their customers' IT systems.
Facebook the company is losing control of Facebook the product — and of the carefully crafted image it’s spent over a decade selling despite problems like misinformation, human trafficking, and pervasive extremist groups on its platform.
Ex-Facebook data scientist turned whistleblower Frances Haugen told U.K. lawmakers Monday that the company is making online hate and extremism worse.
Australia wants to make social media companies seek parental consent for users under 16 or face millions of dollars in fines, according to a draft law.
Trump's TRUTH Social platform has 30 days to comply with licensing requirements or it risks seeing its rights and permissions in the software automatically and permanently terminated.
“On some occasions, Facebook failed to provide relevant information to the Board, while in other instances, the information it did provide was incomplete,” the Facebook Oversight Board said in its quarterly transparency report.
A federal judge tossed out a lawsuit filed by several “conservative content creators” who claimed YouTube banned their videos and suspended their accounts.
Facebook also agreed in the settlement announced Tuesday to train its employees in anti-discrimination rules and to conduct more widespread advertising and recruitment for job opportunities in its permanent labor certification program.
U.S. House lawmakers are threatening to seek a criminal investigation of Amazon, saying the tech giant has one “final chance” to correct previous testimony by executives on its competition practices.
Amazon's seasonal hires can get sign-on bonuses of up to $3,000.
Sinclair Broadcast Group said certain servers and workstations were encrypted with ransomware, and that certain office and operational networks were disrupted in the attack.
“On National Bullying Prevention and Awareness Day in the US, we’re announcing updates to our global bullying and harassment policies to better protect members of our community, particularly those who may be vulnerable to online abuse,” Facebook said in a news release.
The U.S. is talking about cybersecurity strategy this week with 30 countries. One key player that will not be included in the two-day meeting: Russia.
Twitter will allow users to remove followers without completely banishing them from the user’s Twitter feed.
An investigation by The Associated Press has found that a vocal group of chiropractors has become an influential force in stirring up anti-vaccine misinformation during the pandemic.
Facebook’s oversight board will be meeting with whistleblower Frances Haugen in the coming weeks in an effort to push for greater transparency and accountability from the social media giant, the panel said.