Scandal-Ridden Cambridge Analytica Is Gone But Its Staffers Are Hard At Work Again

The company appears to be putting a new face on its same old data-gathering gig.

Facebook Says It Will Kick Off Scammy Advertisers If Enough Users Report Them

Unlike with other online feedback systems, users won’t be able to see what others have said about the advertiser.

Did Cambridge Analytica Actually Change Facebook Users’ Behavior?

A survey of Atlantic readers finds the vast majority self-censor on social media because of privacy concerns.

Facebook Gave User Data To The Chinese Company At The Heart of U.S.-China Tech Tensions

Huawei has been flagged numerous times by U.S. lawmakers as a possible security threat to Americans.

Washington State Sues Facebook and Google For Political Ads

According to the suit, the two companies failed to maintain information about who purchases political ads.

Twitter Testing Out Encrypted Messaging

The new feature could transform direct messaging on the platform.