One thing you can do secure an online account is to activate Two-Factor authentication. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and most online email services offer two-factor authentication. With two-factor authentication, when you try to log into your account, you will receive a message
So it seems there was another issue with Facebook, as you will notice on your FB Newsfeed, as well as on your TV news tonight. Facebook is so BIG that if an issue happens on Facebook, its Global News. So it appears in this case
So as you get on Facebook today you will find a new message on the right side of your Facebook page. In the Trending section, you will now find a message that says “We’re removing Trending soon to make way for future news experiences
As ingrained as Facebook is to the world, and after all of the events involving Facebook in the past year, whenever Mark Zuckerberg speaks people listen. In this case, Mark Zuckerberg will be speaking and taking questions in front of the EP (European Parliament) today
Todays post will cover the Facebook settings you should check to secure your account. Even before the Cambridge Analytica scandal, it was well-known that Facebook not only tracked what you did, but also shared that info.
From hurricanes, to earthquakes, to terror attacks, and numerous other disasters, being able to communicate to your friends and family that you’re ok is something everyone should have a plan for. With the popularity of Facebook, that is one way to get the word out
In 2016, we had a large number of celebrity deaths, from Prince to Princess Leia (Carrie fisher). For some reason, a website has decided to post a hoax celebrity death to start 2017. That hoax has now started making the rounds on Facebook. The hoax
One of the regular hoaxes, that seems to have a life of its own, involves Facebook charging users a service fee for its services. There are 1000s (seriously) of variations, but overall the hoax says that unless you share, or send the following post to