A court filing says the attack appeared to have come from the group known as Cozy Bear.
PSA: This is a security and privacy nightmare that will get your Facebook account banned.
"The road ahead is very difficult," said Tesla CEO Elon Musk in a memo to employees.
Retailers want shoppers to pick up online orders in stores to save on shipping costs. But this new method has led to an increase in fraudsters trying to steal orders.
Netflix Says It Won’t Show Content In India That Disrespects The Country’s Flag, Hurts Religious Sentiments, Or Promotes Terrorism
The streaming giant, along with eight other streaming services, voluntarily agreed to ban contentious content — but critics say it’s censorship.
Nearly a decade since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, it is clear that affordability remains a problem in health care — and young Americans especially are feeling the impact.
"In 2019, it’s time to stand up for the right to privacy — yours, mine, all of ours."
"The people behind this activity coordinated with one another and used fake accounts to misrepresent themselves, and that was the basis for our action."
Epic Games, the company behind the popular video game Fortnite, acknowledged the vulnerability and said it had been “addressed.”
“We know we’re not going to be perfect, but our goal is continuing, ongoing improvement,” said a Facebook official.
“My mom was saying she didn’t want to do it, but she was pretty much out of options.”
In April of last year, a YouTube spokesperson told BuzzFeed News, "These images are abhorrent to us and have no place on YouTube."
“I said I didn’t plan this because I’m dumb, but that’s not true. I didn’t plan well because I didn't know,” Instagram influencer Caroline Calloway told BuzzFeed News. UPDATE: The tour is back on.
The online streaming giant is raising its prices for its 58 million US subscribers.
Government workers waiting on paychecks are being targeted with referral links and other promotions to join the gig economy.
This morning, customers of the online-only Ally Bank couldn’t use their debit cards, which is the only way they can access their funds.
Amazon Dash Buttons Have Been Deemed Illegal In Germany For Giving Shoppers Basically No Information
Amazon’s Dash buttons do not provide enough information about the products that consumers are ordering or the price, the court ruled Thursday.
Lawyers say an internal investigation by Google claimed to find bondage videos on former company executive Andy Rubin’s computer. “You won’t believe what’s in these [shareholder] minutes.”
Wealthy interests can spend unlimited dollars influencing our elections, and with the FEC asleep at the wheel, there's almost no mechanism to stop bad actors.
We know our data has been left vulnerable, or sold, or misused. But do we really understand what that means for our safety and security online — and when it actually matters?
“It was like an episode of Black Mirror,” said Matthew Herrick, whose high- profile lawsuit alleges that Grindr looked the other way while his ex- boyfriend tormented him.
This Man Was Scammed By A Fake Sugar Daddy On Grindr — But He Can’t Report The Identity Theft Because Of The Government Shutdown
The Federal Trade Commission’s website that allows victims to report identity theft and file fraud claims is currently down.
How is it that moderators tasked with parsing abusive behavior miss a poorly photoshopped image of an infant with a bright red swastika on their forehead?
The situation is “out of control” — but not because of millennials, Ed Bastian told BuzzFeed News.
The National Enquirer says its plans to publish salacious details of Jeff Bezos' alleged involvement with a former TV anchor.
“I think anybody that goes looking online for a puppy, if you look at more than one or two places, you’re going to run across a fraud site. It’s that bad.”
After Feb. 5, Flickr will start deleting old photos on free accounts with over 1,000 pics.
Women are prohibited from using Facebook in some of India’s most patriarchal corners. Some are taking the risk anyway, going online under false identities against the wishes of their community and Facebook itself.
A robotic sex toy was selected as an honoree for the Consumer Electronics Show’s Innovation Awards, until CES said it was "obscene."
Peter Humphrey's profile was only restored in China after BuzzFeed News contacted Microsoft-owned LinkedIn, which said the page had been removed in error. It's the second such incident in a week.