The European Commission is considering imposing an hour-long deadline for social networks to remove terrorist and extremist content after voluntary measures appear to have failed.
A supermarket in Helsinki is opening its doors to a hundred customers who want to escape the heatwave on Saturday night
Facebook has announced that it will launch several tools to help users manage their time on its platforms after concerns were raised on the impact social media has on mental health.
Facebook has released a statement to say it was combatting "coordinated inauthentic behaviour" on its social platform.
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Political advertising in the UK is not regulated, meaning made-up claims can be printed and shared with near impunity.
Facebook's profit warning brought a record US stock market dive, but despite major challenges over privacy and fake news the social media giant remains... a giant.
Facebook sends Nasdaq tumbling with biggest ever daily percent slump.
Facebook shares lost as much of a quarter of their value on Wednesday after executives said that profit margins would plummet for several years. Euronews takes a look at how this happened.
Germany’s top court ruled on Thursday that Facebook should give two parents access to their deceased daughter’s account.
With more than 27,000 employees and 55 offices worldwide, Facebook is constantly seeking emerging artists to decorate its walls and office furnishings.
Romanian ex-deputy prime minister Gabriel Oprea put up a fake photo with Obama on his facebook page
Facebook bug made some private posts public, affecting as many as 14M users.
New York Times investigation accuses it of breaching its users' data privacy rights.
At the company's annual AGM six shareholder proposals, all opposed by Facebook, could end Zuckerberg's dominance at the helm of his company.
Papua New Guinea will ban Facebook for one month
Communication Minister Sam Basil said the shutdown would allow officials to conduct research into how Facebook is being used in the island nation, which is home to some 8 million people.
In this edition of State of the Union: The Belgian city of Liege mourns the deaths of three people, including two police women, killed in a terrorist
Social media network allegedly gathered information on people who had not signed up to Facebook
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Mark Zuckerberg's visit to the European Parliament coincides with the introduction of the EU's new rules on data protection, which requires companies to give European citizens greater control over their personal data. But some believe that all publicity is good publicity.
If you've been seeing a lot of messages on websites about your data, or getting bombarded with emails, here's why.
Watch live as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets lawmakers in the European Parliament.
The social media boss will be questioned by the heads of the political groups in the European Parliament in a session that will be livestreamed to the public.
Zuckerberg testified before the US Congress in a two-day hearing last month
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has bowed to pressure and agreed to allow his testimony before the European Parliament on Tuesday to be streamed live on the web.