Facebook is to provide digital skills training to more than 300 armed forces veterans when the social network holds a community event in London on Wednesday.
Facebook will not have a long-term future if it does not tackle the harmful material which can be found online, the father of a 14-year-old who took her own life has warned.
Facebook’s head of global affairs Sir Nick Clegg has reiterated his belief that increased regulation of tech firms can not be done solely by the internet companies themselves.
The Irish broadcasting watchdog has rejected criticism that it is not the right institution to regulate harmful online content of social media giants Facebook and Twitter.
There is “absolutely no evidence” that Russia influenced the EU referendum result using Facebook, the tech giant’s vice-president, Sir Nick Clegg, has said.
Facebook is placing privacy and secrecy ahead of accountability, according to a children’s charity boss.
Facebook and eBay have been urged by the competition watchdog to stop the sale of fake reviews through their sites, after it found “troubling evidence” that there is a thriving marketplace for them.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is to give a thumbs up to Facebook and hail a “new economy” built on digital payments, in his annual Mansion House speech.
Facebook has been accused of turning down the chance to use an artificial intelligence tool which could have helped the firm detect online hate speech in near real-time.
Instagram’s boss has said it cannot tackle the issue of bullying alone, as the platform continues to grapple with balancing what people say and share.
Facebook has announced its own form of cryptocurrency called Libra alongside a digital wallet named Calibra, which will allow users to pay for everyday items directly using their smartphone.
Facebook is to launch a cryptocurrency next year – backed by the likes of Mastercard, Visa and PayPal – which will allow people to move money from their smartphone.
The language used in Facebook posts can be used to identify some medical condition, new research has claimed.
Pakistan’s ruling party has blamed “human error” after a government official was shown with cartoon cat ears and whiskers during a press conference broadcast live on Facebook.
Social media “runs people’s lives” and leaves them “a slave” to others, Madonna has said.
Another new video streaming service looks set to launch next year from the former boss of Walt Disney Studios, who wants to make high-quality short-form entertainment backed by Hollywood.
A manipulated video appearing to show Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg talking about him being “one man with total control of billions of people’s stolen data” will not be removed, the social network has said.
Public opinion is turning against big technology firms over their mishandling of user data, the head of non-profit tech firm Mozilla has warned.
Facebook has launched a new app which will pay users to allow the social network to collect data on how people use their device and the apps downloaded to it.
Facebook has said it will create 500 new technology jobs in London by the end of 2019, as the social media giant formally opened a new engineering centre in the city.