Facebook has announced that it has awarded $33,500 - their biggest bug bounty payout to date - to a Brazilian security researcher that discovered a remote code execution flaw affecting Facebook's servers.
U.S. consumer attitudes and behavior related both to data sharing and social media oversharing have shifted significantly just within the last two years, according to a new study by McCann Worldgroup.
An interesting phishing / malware delivery campaign has been spotted targeting Facebook users.
Eight Internet giants have formally urged the US president and Congress to reform and limit government surveillance, and have offered several suggestions on how to do it.
To fully understand the privacy of Facebook and how it's likely to evolve, you need to understand one thing: Facebook executives want everyone to be public.
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