Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account hacked with racial slurs

Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account was hacked AGAIN! A group of

New ‘Off-Facebook Activity Tool’ lets users control data collected by websites

Off-Facebook Activity lets users see a summary of the apps

Facebook Beats Google Again: YouTube Messages Shutting Down

Google has announced that it’s shutting down its 2-year-old YouTube

Facebook and Instagram suffer massive outage

You are not alone; Facebook and Instagram are down for

Unhappy With Social Media? Join Wikipedia Co-Founder In Social Media Strike

Larry Sanger, the co-founder of Wikipedia, has called for a

EU accuses Russia of spreading misinformation on social media

Apparently, Russia has carried out several activities attributed to continuous

WhatsApp Will Display Advertisements In Status From 2020 Onwards

Facebook-owned WhatsApp is an ad-free messaging service, but things are

Facebook: Storing Instagram passwords in plain text & harvesting your emails

Facebook stored millions of Instagram passwords in a readable format

Best password managers for 2019

If you use the Internet, password managers should be a

Private data of 540 million Facebook users exposed in plain text

Unprotected Amazon Web Services has a new victim and it’s

2018’s Biggest Security Breaches and What to Worry about in 2019

The clock ticking its way to midnight. On New Year’s

Facebook stored 600m user passwords in plain text exposed to 20k employees

The company says it discovered the issue in January and

MySpace loses 12 years worth of photos, songs & video files

MySpace says it happened during a server migration project. Last time

Facebook and Instagram are down around the world

Facebook says it’s aware of the situation and trying to

Facebook Tracks Your Location If You Comment Against Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook is a trove of an unimaginable amount of data,

Instagram Will Soon Bring Direct Messages In Web Version

Facebook-owned Instagram has all (well, mostly) the features enough to

Twitter Summoned By Indian Parliament To Discuss Citizens’ Social Media Rights

With the upcoming elections, Indian officials want to ensure that

New York Attorney General Rules Selling Fake Likes and Follows is illegal

A year ago, the New York Times reported that an