A decade ago, social media was just beginning to bloom and people were only sharing their photos and thoughts with handfuls of trusted family and friends. Ten years later, social media dominates our lives.
But CEO Mark Zuckerberg has expressed deep interest in building out Facebook's artificial intelligence capabilities when
"I'm very concerned personally about the union of mobile tracking and face recognition," Schmidt told audiences at the All
Story comes courtesy of California Watch. In years past, that still might not have been enough for the Los Angeles County
Facebook's online privacy woes are well-known. But here's an offline one: its massive database of profile photos can be used
"People across the country using Facebook will be more aware of our personalized privacy settings, and how they can be used
Akin to walking into Starbucks only to have your barista ask you whether you'd like breast milk in your latte, Facebook seems intent on taking things further than most of us want to go -- particularly privacy-wise.
The Data Protection Working Party, a group of 27 national data protection and privacy agencies that advises the European
By Alexei Oreskovic and Georgina Prodhan Facebook, which announced in December that it planned to introduce the service in
Not comfortable with the feature? Here's a step-by-step guide to how users can disable the facial recognition feature. Facebook