Why didn’t Facebook do a full accounting after March of all its partnership arrangements that hooked outside companies into Facebook data? It cannot seem to clean up its own mess.
Facebook has discovered a bug which may have affected up to 6.8 million people and given third-party apps wider access to user photos on the social network.
Facebook has played down the importance of a patent application linked to technology that could predict a user’s future location.
Facebook could be a threat to democracy unless it is properly regulated, a former head of GCHQ has warned.
Facebook has said the cache of documents published about its business tells “only one side of the story”.
Australia is set to pass legislation giving police and intelligence agencies access to encrypted messages on platforms such as WhatsApp, despite protests.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg told employees to investigate financial dealings by George Soros, the billionaire who criticised the company at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January.
Facebook considered selling user data to developers despite previous pledges not to do so, it has been claimed.