TheWrap's Lucas Shaw explains why this is empty posturing until they hit politicians where it hurts -- their wallets.
The social media site announced Friday that 6 million user accounts were affected by bug
Hugh Grant tweeted: "Now I've confirmed ... hoping my family will...
Facebook has since restored the service
Randi Zuckerberg was mad at a friend who tweeted a picture she only shared with friends on Facebook
Twitter unintentionally reset a large number of users' passwords
Myspace has agreed to recurring privacy assessments over the next 20 years to ensure the security of its users
The social media giant must receive express consent from users before sharing more of their information publicly
Senator puts companies on the line at a first-ever congressional hearing on mobile technology and privacy
Allegations, related to "Google Buzz," mark the first time FTC has charged a U.S. company with privacy violations
Judge rejects arguments that disclosing personal information of customer violates privacy rights
Bad news for net neutrality, good news for media consolidations -- and an embattled, logjammed Julius Genachowski
Facebook privacy boo-birds get out the pitchforks for the new Places location service, and Facebook fights back
Zuckerberg: "We're really going to try not to have another backlash"
Executive says simpler options to arrive midweek
Social media juggernaut facing user heat over concerns