Another day, another Facebook security-related revelation. This time it has to deal with an owned product, Instagram, and millions of passwords being stored in plain text.
Facebook has had a touchy relationship with user privacy and security over the years, with some suggesting in pretty plain language that neither one of those things matter to the social network giant. New documentation may support those claims, as a new report reveals.
Technically speaking, Facebook Messenger has had a dark mode available to users for just over a month. However, the feature was hidden behind an Easter Egg, making users send a crescent moon emoji to activate it. Facebook has been upfront about dark mode getting easier to activate, though, and that time is now.
It looks like Facebook services across the world are currently affected by an outage. This includes Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Combined, these services are used by over a billion people on a daily basis.
One of the best new features of iOS 12 was the digital wellbeing tool called Screen Time. It’s a great way to track just how much time you’re spending on your iPhone or iPad. The feature tells you how much time you spent in a specific app and helps you set daily limits as well. If you’ve already updated to iOS 12, we highly recommend you start using the feature.
Facebook’s woes, as far as security and user privacy are concerned, continue to grow. According to a new report, the social network has been revealed to have exposed millions of private records on Amazon servers.
Facebook has not been on solid footing for quite some time, and things aren’t looking any better at the moment.
Facebook Messenger saw a major overhaul recently, and even finally welcomed a dark mode, but the changes aren’t done.
Amazon, Facebook, and especially Apple, are gigantic companies that exert a lot of influence in many markets. But at least one United States senator wants to break things up.
How can Facebook, a company that has relied on handing out personal user information, find a new way forward in 2019?