Facebook has announced that it is receiving information about its users, including through external sites.
The "Off-Facebook Activity" feature that allows you to manage information coming from other sites.
The new feature processes data that companies and organizations provide to Facebook on user activity, such as using apps or visits to different sites.
Police in Montenegro on Friday detained a well known pro-Russian journalist, Igor Damjanovic, over his conversation on Facebook with another person who then filed a case against him.
But Damjanovic, who writes for the Russian media in the region, claims the police did not take him into custody over his Facebook jibes at a Facebook account holder called Alija Djukic.
The Facebook-owned Instagram app plans to eliminate the number of likes seen under posts for some users in the United States. The goal of the move is to reduce competition between people in the photo and video sharing service, Bloomberg writes.
One billion dollars for affordable housing will be donated by Facebook over the next decade. This will happen in California, the company said.
The leading social network is partnering with the state governor and other well-known project philanthropists to build up to 20,000 new homes for teachers, nurses and other workers.
Facebook extends its facial recognition tools to all users, enabling them to opt out of their use.
The company released the information, stating that it was removing "labeling suggestions" or the so-called tag suggestion. They allowed Facebook to "suggest" another person uploading a photo to tag another user on the system.