Facebook has become a major part of the way we interact with one another. Unfortunately with its growing popularity, the service has been plagued by spam and phishing scams and many have been affected by this. To help combat this, the social network established its anti-virus marketplace six months ago in order to make your Facebook experience more secure and it’s already helped 30 million users. Tuesday, Facebook is announcing that its has implemented additional phishing protection and is launching a new email address that is available to the public to enable them to report phishing attempts against the social network. Read the full story at The Next Web.