A scant few days remain for Facebook users to vote on a new privacy-eroding policy.
More than one million people are faking out their friends with Faker$, a free app that lets you put yourself – or friends and family members – on the cover of famous magazines, newspapers, movie posters, and more.
Is the wealth of information available online eliminating the need for people to trust one another?
According to a yet-to-be released study, teens with smartphones are more sexually active than those without, and likely to engage in risky behaviour.
Amanda Todd, the 15-year-old B.C. teen who committed suicide last week, resided in a world much like the one depicted in the popular 1999 film, The Matrix. The majority of her social life was spent plugged into a digital community of millions, while physically, she sat completely alone.
Despite using privacy controls, two gay students were outed to their parents when they were added to their university’s Queer Chorus group on Facebook.
Promoted posts aren’t just for businesses any longer; regular Facebook users can also take advantage of the feature.
This easy-to-use browser extension shows you how much money sites are making by invading your privacy and helps you stop them.
Here’s an example of social media marketing done right.
Facebook isn’t exactly Big Brother, but the social networking giant is definitely keeping an eye on what you say in private chats and messages.