[SAN FRANCISCO] Facebook said on Friday that it suspended "tens of thousands" of apps on its platform as a result of a privacy practices review launched following a scandal involving Cambridge...

[SAN FRANCISCO] Facebook Inc users suing over the social network's worst-ever privacy scandal won leverage to pry into its internal records to back up their claims that the company failed to...

[WASHINGTON] Facebook Inc agreed to pay a record US$5 billion to resolve a US investigation into years of privacy violations, a settlement that increases the board of directors' responsibility for...

[WASHINGTON] The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) approved a roughly US$5 billion settlement with Facebook this week over its investigation into the social media company's handling of user data,...

[SAN FRANCISCO] There's no shortage of claims Facebook Inc violates users' privacy for profit. Far less common are rulings from US courts finding the company's practices illegal.

[WASHINGTON] The academic who helped Cambridge Analytica vacuum up private information from tens of millions of Facebook profiles sued the social media giant Friday, arguing that the company...