Two US senators are demanding an investigation into allegations that many employers are ordering staff and job applicants to hand over their Facebook passwords.
A major controversy has erupted over recent reports that a growing number of employers are demanding potential hires turn over Facebook passwords to HR reps.
Reports seem to indicate that more and more employers are requiring potential hires to turn over Facebook passwords - if they wish to be considered for open positions.
He was able to break crack the iPhone without consequence and survived a David-vs-Goliath battle with Sony, but now there's something that has defeated him.
Yahoo's suing Facebook over a series of patents, claiming the entire company is built on its technology.
Chinese spies created a fake Facebook profile of US Navy admiral James Stavridis and used it to cosy up to his colleagues around the world.
Mark Zuckerberg hasn't qualified as one of the richest men in the world, but we're sure he's not too upset about it.
Zynga is launching its own website where users can play its social games without having to go through Facebook, in a move that could have a noticeable effect on Facebook's bottom line.
Yahoo's reportedly threatening to take legal action unless Facebook starts paying patent licensing fees for several different technologies.
Google has integrated its new social networking platform with its voice-over IP service.
Next time you're hiring, forget personality tests - just check out the applicant's Facebook profile instead. It's not just a good way of evaluating candidates, it seems, it's actually one of the best.
A disgruntled agency worker has revealed Facebook's rules for blocking offensive content - and while 'crushed heads' are fine, female nipples aren't.
We all know crime doesn't pay, but sometimes hacking does pay.
In a world that is usually full of glitz and glamor, Facebook has its failures as well.
When Facebook rolled out Timeline to its users around the world, some embraced the change, but many complained.
If you know someone who has a Twitter account, chances are your contact info is on the site's servers, even if you've never been to Twitter.com.
As promised, the mega popular casual game Angry Birds has made its way to Facebook for the first time.
Before too long, if you want to update your status on-the-go you may be subject to a new advertising platform.
Running out of patience, an Indian court has given Google, Facebook and other internet companies just 15 more days to remove 'objectionable' content - although the companies say they've already done all they can.
A lucky graffiti artist is set to become a millionaire when Facebook goes public this spring.