Facebook, a ubiquitous part of most of our online lives, has just reached the remarkable milestone of two decades. Originally launched as 'TheFacebook' on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg and his college roommates at Harvard University, namely Andrew McCollum, Eduardo Saverin, Chris Hughes, and Dustin Moskovitz, the platform has come a long way in defining social media platforms in these 20 years.
Meta added $196 billion in stock market value, the biggest one-day gain in Wall Street history
In case you feel someone else has gained access to your Facebook account, don't panic! There are several steps you can take to recover your account and get it back. Let's take a look at some of the most important things you should consider doing just in case you think your Facebook account has been compromised in any way.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has undergone knee surgery following an injury sustained during his martial arts training. Zuckerberg tore one of his anterior cruciate ligaments, or ACLs while preparing for an upcoming MMA fight scheduled for early next year.
Dozens of US states are suing Meta Platforms and its Instagram unit, accusing them of fuelling a youth mental health crisis by making their social media platforms addictive
One malicious phishing scam that has recently become quite common is the 'Violations detected on your page' or 'Your account has been reported' fake message on Facebook, which deceives users into giving away their personal information. Here is a quick guide on what this scam is and how you can avoid it.
Meta, the parent company of the popular social media platform Facebook, has recently announced that they are adding a feature called Broadcast Channels to Facebook and Messenger. According to Meta, broadcast channels are a public messaging tool that Facebook page admins and public figures can use to engage with all their followers in one unified space.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram, and Threads, has recently announced that they are taking steps to control misinformation related to the Israel-Hamas War on their platforms. These steps will include removing any posts or comments supporting Hamas, as well as deleting content that "clearly identifies hostages" of the ongoing war.