The backlash to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica fiasco is renewing interest in truly decentralized social networks.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

The Cambridge Analytica controversy has lawmakers wondering whether it's time for a comprehensive data privacy law in the United States.

Government lawyers will argue that this proposed sale of Time Warner would raise the price of TV service and threaten competition.

Instagram hears your complaints but still won't ditch the algorithm.

Christopher Wylie is the former Cambridge Analytica employee who first revealed the company’s misuse of users’ data. Here’s what you need to know about him.

The data on millions of Facebook users that a firm wrongfully swiped from the social network has likely spread to other groups, databases and the dark Web, experts said.

An array of onboard sensors could detect whether humans are welcoming Amazon's delivery drones in or shooing them away.

The panel that oversees Facebook and its tech peers.

Bitcoin's blockchain offers a permanent tamper-proof record of financial transactions, but researchers say illegal content stored there can also pose a risk to users.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized for the company’s role in the Cambridge Analytica data scandal and said an audit of thousands of apps will occur.

Chief executive said Facebook will audit thousands of apps in response to the “breach of trust” created by Cambridge Analytica.

The hashtag #deletefacebook is trending on Twitter as Facebook faces serious scrutiny over the Cambridge Analytica controversy. Here's a guide on how to leave the social media site.

Even Cher has joined an online movement to quit Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica privacy breach. But it won't solve the bigger problem.

Just 2 percent of AT&T's rivals support a plan that would subject the telecom giant's content pricing to outside review.

The company said Tuesday that it plans to spend $300 million over the next three years on the program and will help journalism outlets.

While Macs and, later, iPads were once synonymous with classroom tech, Google and Microsoft have overtaken Apple.

The Federal Trade Commission probe — confirmed by a source familiar with the agency's thinking and not authorized to speak on the record — marks the most substantial political and legal threat yet to Facebook as it grapples with the fallout from Cambridge Analytica and its controversial tactics. And it could result in the U.S. government slapping Facebook with a fine that might reach into millions, if not billions, of dollars.

A stunning undercover video embroils Cambridge Analytica further into controversy.

Cambridge Analytica, a firm that ran data operations for President Trump's presidential campaign, was banned from Facebook on March 16. Here's what you need to know about the company.

Here’s five ideas for the first lady’s anti-cyberbullying campaign that don’t require taking a hammer to her husband’s smartphone.

Lawmakers demand that the tech giant explain how a data analytics firm that worked for President Trump’s campaign obtained names, “likes” and other personal information on 50 million people.

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