What You Don’t Know About How Facebook Uses Your Data
A public scolding on Capitol Hill will do little to change how Facebook powers its $40.6 billion business: Meticulously monitoring what you do online.
An Inside Look at Your Favorite Dating Sites
What’s happening behind the scenes at the sites and apps you know and love and hate, along with a couple that may not be on your radar (or phone).
It Built an Empire of GIFs, Buzzy News and Jokes. China Isn’t Amused.
Bytedance, founded six years ago, is now one of the world’s most valuable tech start-ups. But it keeps finding ways to displease Chinese censors.
Facebook Fallout Deals Blow to Mercers’ Political Clout
Rebekah and Robert Mercer, the conservative donors behind Cambridge Analytica, are trying to limit damage to their nascent empire and deflect...
E.P.A. Assesses Threats on Twitter to Justify Pruitt’s Spending
The effort seeks to support the agency administrator’s first-class travel and 24-hour security detail, even on a personal trip to Disneyland.
Mark Zuckerberg’s I’m Sorry Suit
The Facebook C.E.O. wore a suit and tie to testify before Congress instead of his usual gray T-shirt. Here’s why it mattered.
Fact Check: Fact Check: What Mark Zuckerberg Is Saying About Facebook, Data and Elections
We fact checked what Facebook’s chief executive is telling lawmakers in congressional hearings about the social network’s responsibilities to users...
Facebook Data Collected by Cambridge Analytica Included Private Messages
The social network revealed that the harvesting of people’s Facebook data was not limited to public profile information.
Tech Tip: Closing Facebook Comment Windows
Facebook’s “post tabs” try to keep you in the conversation your friends are having about your posts, but you can turn off the tabs.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Testimony to Congress: A Sneak Peek
The Facebook founder faces two days of hearings, beginning Tuesday, at which he will be grilled about the company’s ability to protect its users...
Criticized for Ignoring Violence in Myanmar, Zuckerberg Steps In
After local activists accused Facebook of not doing enough to stop hate speech on its platform, they got a response from the chief executive himself.
What Mark Zuckerberg Will Be Grilled On at the Congressional Hearings
Appearing for the first time before a congressional committee, the Facebook founder is likely to be asked about privacy, Russian meddling, fake...