By Bart Meijer and Anthony Deutsch AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch privacy watchdog AP on Friday said it was recommending that government organizations should stop using Facebook as long as it is unclear what happens with personal data of users of

By Byron Kaye (Reuters) - Since Meta blocked links to news in Canada last August to avoid paying fees to media companies, right-wing meme producer Jeff Ballingall says he has seen a surge in clicks for his Canada Proud Facebook page. "Our

By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - Forty U.S. states and Washington, D.C. called on Meta Platforms to crack down on scammers who hijack Facebook and Instagram accounts, to address a "dramatic" surge in account takeovers. In a letter to Meta's chief

20 years of Facebook have changed the world like few other digital revolutions. Mark Elliott Zuckerberg's intuition in creating a site in two weeks to facilitate meetings and acquaintance among Harvard students is an example of conduct outside the box in retrospect.

By Keith Weir ROME (Reuters) - Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, has become the latest tech company to be fined in Italy for breaches of a ban on the advertising of gambling. Meta has been fined 5.85 million euros ($6.45

By Akanksha Khushi and Baranjot Kaur (Reuters) - Meta Platforms said on Wednesday it has started to roll out end-to-end encryption for all personal chats and calls on Messenger and Facebook. The end-to-end encryption feature will be available for use immediately, the

By Munsif Vengattil and Aditya Kalra BENGALURU (Reuters) - India's government on Friday warned social media firms including Facebook and YouTube to repeatedly remind users that local laws prohibit them from posting deepfakes and content that spreads obscenity or misinformation, two

By Katie Paul and Anna Tong MENLO PARK, California (Reuters) - Meta Platforms Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday rolled out new AI products for consumers, including smart glasses that can answer questions and stream directly on Facebook, as well as

By Ismail Shakil and David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada unveiled draft rules on Friday for a law to compel internet giants to pay news outlets, saying it was addressing the tech companies' concerns, but Facebook said it would stick to