Facebook acquires instant messaging service WhatsApp in a $19bn deal that Mark Zuckerberg describes as "extremely valuable". But is it?
As Facebook celebrates its 10th brithday, founder Mark Zuckerberg talks to NBC News about losing teen users, the NSA, and what the next decade holds for the site.
NekNominate is the drinking game that happens online instead of the pub. But after being linked to two deaths in Ireland, the backlash has already started.
As Facebook turns 10, Channel 4 News asks if the social media giant's power is dwindling and wonders if we should all be logging off before it reaches the terrible teens.
A number of the world's biggest technology companies are pushing for limits on how far the government can snoop on them. But there's a bigger problem at the heart of all of this.
There's increasing evidence that web companies are now expected to vet their content before publication.
Beheading? Yes. Breastfeeding? No. Facebook is on thin ice by allowing videos of beheading. The problem is that it has become more than just a social network, and is effectively a media organisation.
US and UK spy agencies have cracked internet encryption giving them wide-ranging access to supposedly secure internet data, according to further revelations from ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden.