What is the future of online privacy? Pew Research Center and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center released a new study Thursday seeking answers to that question from experts, many of which mentioned Facebook in their answers.
When Facebook officially registered its initial public offering in February 2012, Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote about “The Hacker Way.” What does The Hacker Way mean two years later? Zuckerberg discussed Facebook’s hacker culture during the company’s annual meeting Thursday at the Sofitel San Francisco Bay in Redwood City, Calif.
How Facebook’s Open Academy Offers College Credits To Computer Science Students Working On Open-Source Projects
Computer-science students at 22 universities globally will be able to work on open-source projects as part of their coursework as part of Open Academy, an initiative Facebook hatched in the spring of 2012 and announced publicly Wednesday.
The Open Compute Project, a Facebook-started consortium aimed at making data storage more efficient, announced Wednesday that it is now working on a way to speed up innovation with regard to networking hardware. Facebook has partnered with companies such as Big Switch Networks, Broadcom, Cumulus Networks, Intel, Netronome, OpenDaylight, the Open Networking Foundation, and VMware to accomplish this.
It feels good when someone likes a comment or a video that we post, but that feeling is more internal. A group of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed a way for likes to become even more comforting: the Like-a-Hug vest.
We all know that Facebook has massive amounts of users’ personal data. Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Technology Review recently delved into the issue of what Facebook can do with all of that information, in a post by writer Tom Simonite that deftly explores the fascinating yet largely unknown world of Facebook’s in-house and bookish social science arm. Will Facebook use it for good or evil?