BBC presenter Andrew Neil has deleted a tweet calling an Observer journalist a “mad cat woman”, after it was criticised by other users.
Facebook has been fined the maximum amount possible after the data of up to 87 million people was harvested.
Facebook is facing a potential £1.2bn fine for a data breach which allowed hackers to access the personal information of 50 million users.
The Information Commissioner's Office is issuing the maximum fine possible under UK law to Facebook for breaching the Data Protection Act
The pro-Brexit campaign was found to have misreported its transactions during the referendum campaign
The firm denies wrongdoing but says "unfounded accusations" have made it impossible to keep trading
The Cambridge academic at the centre of a row over the use of Facebook users' private data has dismissed claims the information could have been used to influence voters
Chairman of Commons DCMS Committee said Information Commissioner should have 'the power to go into companies without notice'
University wrote to CEO last month but is 'yet to receive a response'
Zuckerberg described as one of modern era's 'greatest entrepreneurs' but Facebook had 'moved too fast and broken too many things'
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg must respond by end of today
The Facebook chief said it was a mistake to rely on Cambridge Analytica (CA) to delete tens of millions of Facebook users' data
Facebook has acted against Dr Aleksandr Kogan, but the psychologist claims his actions were legal
Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that Facebook-Cambridge Analytica investigations are ongoing