Deepfake of Mark Zuckerberg published on Instagram to challenge Facebook's laissez-faire deepfakes policy
Will Mark Zuckerberg order deletion of 'deepfake' of himself or abide by Facebook's deepfakes policies?
Time to break up social media firms? MPs and activists on the threat to democracy from online disinformation
Western democracy is under severe threat from autocratic regimes' use of Facebook and Twitter
Facebook lawyer argued that users' right to privacy is forfeit as they are, basically, sharing their thoughts with everyone online
London selected by Facebook as it hosts a large number of people from countries where WhatsApp is popular
Facebook posts record profits but braces for Federal Trade Commission fine that could total $5bn
Documents allegedly contain email conversations about privacy controls that led to the Cambridge Analytica scandal
Mark Zuckerberg's EU Parliament grilling labelled 'missed opportunity' for failing to answer questions
European Parliament criticised for letting Zuckerberg off the hook
Threat of summons intended to force Zuckerberg to appear in front of MPs before the end of May
The GDPR appears to have been written by people wearing stove pipe hats wielding quill pens, suggests ex-BT CTO Peter Cochrane
The social network billionaire's fortune grew by around $3bn over his performance in front of senators
Zuckerberg admits Facebook 'should have done more' to prevent the data leaks
Mark Zuckerberg refuses to appear before Parliamentary select committee investigating Facebook data practices
Zuckerberg to send flunky to give evidence to Parliamentary select committee
Zuckerberg should employ a "team of moaners and cynics".
But Elon Musk hits back suggesting that Zuckerberg 'has limited understanding of AI'
Battered by the HTC Vive and Playstation VR, Facebook plans £150 Oculus VR headset, according to reports
Launch planned for October as Facebook plays catch-up in VR
Revenues also surged from $5.8bn to $8.8bn
Google chairman believes AI can solve challenges like climate change and tech firms need to work together to make it happen
'You can think of it kind of like Jarvis in Iron Man,' says Facebook chief
Also reveals game-building past
Key figures in the development of technology through the ages
Facebook hits one billion users in a day - so why has its Facebook at Work enterprise tool been a failure?
Facebook has failed to use its power to make a significant dent in the enterprise collaboration space
'Our goal is to build AI systems that are better than humans at our primary senses' - Zuckerberg
Social media giant pays around $500m for LiveRail