That's alright then
Privacy researcher suspects t.co service tracks users across the web
We thought we'd tell you as you probably wouldn't notice otherwise
Could give social network unfair advantage when it comes to Panini sticker swaps
Massive data breach but minimal impact
Despite fact that 'less than 10 per cent' of affected users lived in Europe
And it waited until 6 pm on Friday to tell everyone about it
It's time to get the popcorn in
Hanging on the telephone
Says he lives with it every day (he's still loaded though)
Systrom and Krieger reportedly became 'frustrated' with Facebook's meddling
Sliding out of your DMs
EU wants the social network to bring its TOS inline with new-ish consumer laws
'Robocop censorship' could shake-up the internet as we know it
That hate speech isn't going to moderate itself
Online Forums Bill criticised as 'ignorant and authoritarian'
The elephant in the room is still at large
And his evidence comes from analysis by a single reporter
Did someone order a back door?
It looks like the definition of 'irony' needs to be updated
Facebook said no, because of course it did
Now who will know what you had for brunch?
Because what could go wrong with that...
Check Point boffins warn that conversations could be manipulated
Alex Stamos is off to Stamford University
Firm hopes bad customer service will help it to make money
Activity-tracking feature will tell you how long you've been scrolling
Political messages looked to manipulate the US midterm elections
Who gives a Zuck?
Alternative idea would be to change Elon Musk's name to 'Gilbert The Alien'
Devs must now register and will be limited to 10 apps by default
Satellite will deliver 10 times more data than SpaceX's Starlink
No, you don't have déjà vu
Move comes in response to a serious of rumour-fuelled violent incidents in India
Seems like it could do with a holiday. Possibly with a different airline.
Channel 4 uncovers an unbalanced approach to moderation within Facebook
You can read it like an.. well, you know
Accounts acted as fronts for agents in Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate
Chip talent being snapped up left, right and centre
Grouply.io Chrome extension allowed data to be accessed by marketers
Auspex International has already secured 'political work' in Africa
No, not more breach, just new data
But fair play, it has issued one of the best customer help pages we've seen