I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the Telegram right now
Mind game or mind f***?
Government are using 'dodgy' tactics to undermine democracy
And it only took eight years
2 billion people (are) Like This
Definitely not starting a porn channel with them
Whatever you do, don't tell Donald*
Well, it was his last day at work
No mate, it was that bus
The clue should have been the number of pictures of Kasha and Butterbrots
Tovarishchi, davayte garantirovat', chto v Belom dome yest' gigantskiy mandarin
But you've only got seven minutes to realise you sent that dinkle pic to 'mum'
The micro-blogger's week is too much for 140 characters
Leaked email reveals firm will crack down on 'creep shots'
Firm promises encryption and the ability to opt-out
Privacy International unearths first concrete evidence of information collected
Choose your headshot carefully
Dorsey, Dorsey, what will your answer be?
Facebook and Google will be forced to deal with consequences of online trolling
Shoulda stayed at virtual home
This time it is letting users check the source
Zuckerberg really, really wants access to your face
How much space do you need to say 'look at the floof doggo!'?
Signs the Great Firewall is becoming more sophisticated
She may want that, she may not get it
Well, it should do shouldn't it
Social network is accused of grossly exaggerating user numbers
On the internet, the Chinese government knows you're a dog, and where you live
What is this Game of Thrones? Oh, with the dragons…
Yay, sticker suggestions!
Firm taps into original programming to boost ad revenues
Ring bell, get sheep thrown out of window
Amazon Echo competitor also said to be in the works
It's going to be the BEST lawsuit, you're gonna love it
Even Donald Trump can't save the flailing social media platform
Researcher slams site as 'so flawed it deserves its own place in history'
Is there nothing the tech giant doesn't want to do?
Thinks internet companies should put up and not shut up
The 'Jayster' is said to be blocking free speech
Someone light a match
Threat is distributed via compromised wireless networks, not the Play Store
Company says it will help kids meet up
Facebook argues it violates its First Amendment rights
But move has been criticised as 'insecure and risky'
It's 14.43pm, does Mark Zuckerberg know where you are?
It's a bad week to be an internet company in Europe
Good luck with that