The social bookmark pioneer will soon be no more
Jumping into abuse-tackling action with a... erm... white paper
Millions of incidences of hate speech, violent and sexual content got purged
'myPersonality' app stored data on unsecured website for four years
Zuck and pals are also curious about blockchain tech
'Secret conversations' feature spotted in social network's Android APK
But refuses to confirm which services have been stamped out
Bug exposed user passwords in plaintext, social network fesses
This bodes well for the company's own dating service...
Watchdog says it retrieved messages sent by a suspect in a corruption investigation
Who'd have thought a censorship heavy regime would make such a move...
Chief disagrees with Facebook's desires to weaken WhatsApp's encryption
But that data was publically available rather than private user information
Firm shutters some APIs in wake of Cambridge Analytica scandal
But it remains to be seen how change will be enforced
Social network is hoping you'll have forgotten all about it by then
MoneySavingExpert founded claims scams have damaged his reputation
Kaspersky's alleged links to Russia could be reasoning for the ban
Oh look, another abuse of Facebook data....
Social network looks to limit its liability under GDPR
Ex-CA staffer Brittany Kaiser says number is likely 'much greater'
Plaintiffs argue firm used tech without users' explicit consent
The only sharing it seems to like is done over a bowl of chips
The social network billionaire schooled some less than tech-savvy senators
Or because, y'know, publicity
Coalition claims Google is violating child protection laws
87 million breached users will receive a message starting today
Company confirms it's true, it's not illegal and it's tough
Project has been put on hold following Cambridge Analytica data scandal
Confidential chats must abide by firm's 'community standards'
But he's happy to play ball with the data regulation in the EU
This could be the first domino
Maybe this is why he didn't want an unlike button?
And Mark Zuckerberg still hasn't come out of hiding
London mayor reckons stricter regulations and fines are what social networks need
Six years after firm was forced to bin tech due to privacy concerns
The social network responds with pretty much a shrug
Spoiler alert: It's not and you should alert the police if you spot such activity
Seven-minute window will be expanded to, er, 68 minutes and 16 seconds
Tech industry says it is 'dismayed' by the optimistic announcement
Trialed for five months, users basically thought it was utter shite
Someone must have swiped left on the robust security profile
Wish you were here... and real
Firm says it will have a fix in place in the coming days
Social network face fines of up to €250,000 a day for non-compliance
...and Seattle... and by its employees...
Seems like the first sensible thing a Tory has spouted in 2018
It's a data privacy Hancock-up