Is move to clean up its accounts a bid to attract more advertisers?
There is rising concern about what Facebook et al do with our data, but sites like MeWe and Ello have their work cut out to provide an alternative vision
Millions of users could be at risk from two vulnerabilities, but Facebook downplays significance
New RSA Group head of social media explains how building communities for customers can benefit both sides
Start-ups gain huge audience in Facebook deal, as social network aims to encourage users to ditch YouTube in favour of its own service
Palo Alto firm that 'turns speech into actionable data' likely to be used to target adverts at Facebook users
The European Union plans to tighten-up data protection by passing regulations - not a directive - that will be applicable not just in the EU, but globally
MPs call for social media firms to simplify terms and conditions on data use as Twitter reveals plans to track users' apps
'Most people click yes to terms and conditions contracts without reading them, because they are often laughably long and written in the kind of legalese you need a law degree from the USA to understand,' says Andrew Miller MP
Are you on Twitter? Sort of...
But do long-suffering users want more, or less, from Facebook?
Met Police make laws up as they go along
"Rude" people complaining online given warning by Braintree practice manager
Facebook's stock price quadruples in two years as mobile advertising push pays off
Kaspersky Labs warns Facebook users remain vulnerable to cyber criminal phishing
CEO Drummond Reed explains how blending the Facebook and credit card business models can create a network where users control their own personal data
Controller of research and development takes up key technology role
Morning outage for popular social networking website
Social network unveils addition to smartphone app to enable 'easier sharing' but sceptics warn about potential privacy concerns
Revenue soars 72 per cent to $2.5bn
E-money service would enable users to make payments and transfer funds to others
Dutch bank wants to cut costs and improve services by replacing ageing data warehouse with a Hadoop data platform
Browser extension shuts down after a cease and desist order from LinkedIn but vows to return after "record signups"
Forrester Research finds that 81 per cent of large organisations are "interested in Hadoop"
Major organisations in different industries are monitoring social channels to improve their services