Firm promises encryption and the ability to opt-out
Choose your headshot carefully
Gear VR rival will be available next year for $199
Facebook and Google will be forced to deal with consequences of online trolling
Shoulda stayed at virtual home
Stick to losing at Go, dudes
'Don't promote racial discontent' is good advice for anyone
This time it is letting users check the source
Zuckerberg really, really wants access to your face
Signs the Great Firewall is becoming more sophisticated
Firm hit with €1.2m fine after local data dogs get a sniff of data shenanigans
Social network is accused of grossly exaggerating user numbers
Accounts spent $100k on ads to influence US public opinion
Firm will look to large firms to monetise service
Nor his missus. But go, on - block their dog. We're not judging too much
Yay, sticker suggestions!
Isn't it nice when they all get along
Firm taps into original programming to boost ad revenues
Ring bell, get sheep thrown out of window
Even helps with typos
Amazon Echo competitor also said to be in the works
An idiot speaks…
It's going to be the BEST lawsuit, you're gonna love it
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Users are no longer able to send photos and videos via Facebook-owned service
Thinks internet companies should put up and not shut up
So-called 'Pacific' headset will reportedly launch in October
Someone light a match
Facebook argues it violates its First Amendment rights
It's 14.43pm, does Mark Zuckerberg know where you are?
You know, if you must
With no crash landing in sight, this time
Over a quarter of the world's population are logging in every month
OCCI will see firm help NGOs tackle hate speech on the social network
Firm also throws Nokia S40 and Windows Phone users a lifeline
While human moderators will make sure algorithms don't mess up
'I'll give you five likes for one defenstrated sheep'
But is it a hard GIF or a soft GIF?
UK and France join forces to push for quicker content removal
First recorded case of social media blasphemy conviction in Pakistan
Firms join forces to create 'We Are Still In' coalition
ORG and the Pirate Party say it's crucial the internet remains free and open
Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube have also done their bit
Oh come on, you didn't really think we'd be nice, did you?
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The UK government's report card says "must try harder"
Tories claim that social media companies have been 'laughing in our faces'