Since 2016, Facebook has been paying users up to $20 per month plus referral fees to sell their privacy by installing the iOS or Android “Facebook Research” app.
Those who do develop addictive behaviors may face a range of negative health consequences, Turel noted. “Any application
For the study, news articles that Facebook users' friends had posted appeared higher in their feeds -- the stream of status
Jones said it was too early to tell exactly what part of the law Facebook may have infringed. The company's European headquarters
The Facebook experiment should thus be a wake-up call that there are some very challenging issues ahead for privacy that we must think more deeply about. Facebook is in the spotlight, but move the light over just a little, and you'll see many others.
For a week in January 2012, Facebook tweaked the frequency of posts deemed "positive" or "negative" in test subjects' News
Scientists at Facebook is apparently playing with your emotions.
A newly published paper reveals that scientists at Facebook conducted a massive psychological experiment on hundreds of thousands
It might be time to judge Facebook by a related (and fast-growing) demographic: teens’ parents. They’re the ones Facebook’s
In another test, replacing the vague and jargony "Hide/Mark as spam" with "I don't want to see this" led to a 58 percent
Of all social media users, Facebookers are the most irritated by ads, a July 2013 report by the American Customer Satisfaction