The Facebook president and Zuck's racist rulebook
When you encourage Holocaust denial, you get a Trump.
Facebook and Google ask Congress for surveillance reform (again)
Tech companies want to change laws that allow the government to monitor web data of non-citizens.
Instagram Direct doesn't care about your photo orientation
The service also lets you send web sites, phone numbers and addresses as links.
Facebook will court 'millennials' with its original videos
BuzzFeed, Vox and others would fuel Facebook's media ambitions.
EU approves plans forcing Facebook and YouTube to act on hate speech
European Ministers are concerned about toxic video content.
Facebook redesigns Trending topics in its war on filter bubbles
The changes should invite more voices into your echo chamber.
Anyone in the US can use Facebook for personal fundraising
You can also use it to support your kid's sports team.
Facebook's latest journalism fix connects users with local news
Helping local publishers find their audience in the community.
Facebook defends content policy after guidelines leak
The company says it's attempting to balance freedom and safety.