The head of a parliamentary committee examining Facebook’s data scandals and business practices has again called on Mark Zuckerberg to appear before MPs.
Facebook has announced 1,000 new jobs will be created in its Irish offices in 2019.
A woman from Florida opened a present for her newborn only to see from the receipt that it was bought on her daughter’s birthday seven years previously.
Facebook says it has removed more than 500 Pages and accounts that originated in Russia, some of which it claims are linked to Moscow-based news agency Sputnik.
Social media giant Facebook has backed the Government’s new online safety lessons to help school pupils recognise online dangers.
A man has denied running a Japanese restaurant from his home, despite neighbours’ complaints and a large illuminated sign hanging above his front door.
Facebook has launched a UK arm to its international fact-checking initiative following more than two years of criticism about how the social network has handled the spread of misinformation on its platform.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg is planning to speak up more in 2019 in a bid to address some of the anxieties around social media.
Social media platforms need to take more responsibility in tackling online anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial.
Harmful content and privacy are some of the issues that will be addressed by landmark decisions this year, as governments across the world look to make tech giants and social networks more accountable.
2018 will be remembered as a trying year for the technology industry, as data scandals and calls for increased regulation dominated the agenda.
A photo of a “handsome” police officer has sent social media users into a frenzy on Nottinghamshire Police’s Facebook page.
Website owners should be banned from sharing personal data about its users with advertisers, a report has recommended amid growing concern over people’s privacy online.
Instagram has pulled a new way for users to scroll through their feed horizontally after it accidentally rolled out the test to a wider number of people than it had intended.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg began the year by pledging to fix the social network’s problems, but by the end of 2018 finds himself and his company under more scrutiny than ever.
Police in Texas have been hailed as heroes after pulling a man from a burning car so hot it melted some equipment on their uniforms.
Facebook has denied disclosing the contents of private user messages to third-party firms as part of data-sharing deals with some of its partners.
Damian Collins wants Facebook to face more questions from MPs amid concerns that the social network may have given misleading responses during its last probe in April.
Facebook is facing fresh scrutiny over its handling of user data following a report that the social network allowed more than 150 companies access to user information.
Donald Trump has once again called out social networks and internet giants for allegedly giving less prominence to him and fellow Republicans.