Facebook is not for kids. At least, it's not supposed to be under the site current rules. But with the large number of preteens and kids logging on and lying about their age to use the site, it looks like Facebook may be starting to cave in.
Facebook has already conquered our computers. Now it's looking to conquer our smartphones as well, and its latest move may do just that.
Love it or hate it, there's no denying that Facebook has become a part of our lives. And now, some Facebook executives are hoping it can help save a life.
In this week's edition of the Geek Girl Report, I called out Facebook for their underhanded data-gathering policies. Now, it looks like we may be able to get some of that info back.
Would you pay $1 billion for a popular mobile app? You would if you were Facebook.
On this week's edition of the Geek Girl Report, we'll take a look at the privacy features of Facebook and why I think they don't really matter.
If your employer adopts this new policy, your "private" Facebook account may not be so private anymore.
Social media is a perfect example of freedom of speech. Anyone can post anything they like, regardless of what other people may think of it. But if someone forces you to post something on Facebook, is that a violation of free speech?
Just how much is Facebook worth? Well, if their initial public offering is any indication, they're worth a lot more than most of its users make in their lifetimes...
On this week's edition of the Geek Girl Report, we'll be taking a look at Facebook's "Timeline" feature, and why a lot of users aren't going to be happy about it.