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
From our 'shurely shome mishtake' file
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
While human moderators will make sure algorithms don't mess up
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
Oops they did it again
Remember that account you forgot about? Here it comes... Bebo!
ORG and the Pirate Party say it's crucial the internet remains free and open
Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube have also done their bit
Novelty-sized specs slapped with £130 price tag
Welcome back, Zoinkerberg
The UK government's report card says "must try harder"
Words fail us
Theresa and Jeremy show that leaders are robots anyway
Leaked documents reveal social network's laughable moderation policies
But that ain't gonna get it out of the EC's €110m fine
Manifesto ironically claims that move will protect consumers from 'abusive behaviour'
'Pas à notre montre', says French data watchdog
Remove the posts or face the consequences
People are finding better things to do
Now there's no escaping the memes
But FBI contractor claims it's already cracked it, sort of
Kick out the spams mother effers
Good news for those prone to sending dinkle pics to the wrong person
Social network will also develop tool to make reporting offensive content easier
Another piece of bait for the never-think-things-through generation
And users didn't take news of the borkage well
Social network's diversity efforts have a way to go
How dare a leaked document suggest such a thing
Probably shakes its head at some parents too
Social network continues its quest to ensure you never go outdoors
No wangs please, I'm working hard
DNS issue also wiped out Facebook Messenger and Instagram
Point on the doll where the dissident was mean to you, Donald
But smut will still have to be reported to a human first
The top 10 stories from the past seven days
Oculus co-founder leaves three years after flogging VR firm for $2bn
Social network yanks support for Windows Phone 8.1
Busy day at the cat catalogue
And presumably not trolls