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A tech journalist learned a tough lesson recently. But using two-factor log-ons help guard your Google, Facebook, and Twitter accounts from being hijacked.
Mitt Romney's Twitter account is among those filled with apparently fake followers, an analysis reveals.
The ACLU and Facebook both weigh in on case of deputy sheriff who says he was fired over politics.
Offering feedback, even if it's done in constructive ways, can be a touchy process in a high-pressure environment. British Columbia-based social startup...
As part of the deal, Facebook denies the allegations and makes no admission of guilt.
Facebook has set up a special email address for users to forward suspicious emails to.
If you are one of the many Facebook users who have resisted the switch to Timeline, your days with the old format are numbered: Reports say that Facebook will begin rolling out Timeline to all members by the fall.
Facebook has confirmed that four high-ranking managers are moving on from the company, news that will fuel speculation that the social networking giant may...
Some courts have said no, but the social networking site and the ACLU argue otherwise.
Talk to Dan Schoenbaum, the newly announced CEO of enterprise collaboration company Teambox, and he'll tell you the market for applications that let workers share files using cloud-based tools, collaborate instantaneously and access the software anywhere is ripe to take off.
Users must sign up for a special Bingo Friendzy account, which requires the user's e-mail address and physical address.
The Norwegian Data Protection Agency is planning to launch an investigation into Facebook's facial recognition feature this fall, a spokesman said on Monday.
Now that Microsoft's revamped and flashy free e-mail service is drawing the spotlight, rivals Yahoo and Google have a clear reason to update their e-mail services.