Facebook will share data on hate speech suspects with French courts (update)
It's said to be the first time the company is providing such info to judges.
Ecuadorian President blocks extradition of alleged Facebook fraudster
Man spent three and a half years as a fugitive before being arrested in Ecuador in 2018.
Zuckerberg's latest snub could land him in contempt of Canadian parliament
Facebook's top execs have ignored an official parliamentary summons.
Mark Zuckerberg apparently tried to buy Panic, the creator of Playdate
If the company had responded, the handheld, hand-cranked console probably wouldn’t exist.
Facebook has taken down over 2 billion fake accounts in 2019
The company says it also disabled 1.2 billion in Q4 2018.
Facebook co-founder urges FTC to break up the company
Chris Hughes wrote that CEO Mark Zuckerberg has "unchecked power."
Facebook’s ‘privacy-focused’ plan is another diversion
Creating more private echo chambers may not be such a good idea.
A closer look at the redesigned Facebook app
It's cleaner, faster and puts Groups front and center.
All the important stuff from Facebook’s F8 keynote
"The future is private," the company promised repeatedly.