Facebook has issued a “one strike” policy for users breaking the rules of its livestreaming feature, following the mosque terror attack in New Zealand.
Facebook has expanded its use of independent fact-checking groups in Europe ahead of the European Parliament elections.
Facebook has updated how it deals with users who have died, including preventing their accounts being promoted to friends and family on birthdays.
A British mother has been arrested in Dubai over Facebook posts which branded her ex-husband's new wife a "horse", campaigners say.
Social media executives could face jail if their platforms stream footage of real violence, Australian lawmakers have warned.
A woman who said during a series of Facebook posts that her ex-husband tried to strangle her has won a libel battle against him at the UK’s highest court.
‘Far-right’ extremism has reached unprecedented levels of organisation thanks to social media platforms, security experts have warned.
Facebook will tackle foreign interference during the upcoming European elections with a new set of tools.
No-one reported the video of the Christchurch terror attack while it was being streamed live, Facebook has said.
Yellow vest protester James Goddard’s YouTube channel has been demonetised for violating the platform’s policies on "hateful" and "incendiary and demeaning" content.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi has said that she “does not see her party wanting to be part of modern Britain” after she described the Conservative party as being “institutionally islamophobic”.
The deputy Labour leader has called for Tommy Robinson to be removed from YouTube, following his ban from Facebook.
A Conservative Party councillor has been suspended tonight after a Facebook group was found to contain messages supporting the setting on fire of black people and referring to Muslims as “ragheads”.
Mohammed Shafiq from the Ramadhan Foundation tells talkRADIO why he is glad that Facebook have banned Tommy Robinson.
Activist Tommy Robinson has been banned from Facebook for breaching the social network's policy on "organised hate".
More than half of Brits admit their addiction to social media has hindered their ability to make friends in “real life”, a study found.
The social media giant has recruited a UK-based fact-checking charity to review pictures, video and news articles to check if they're genuine.
James Goddard, an online activist who was filmed calling Anna Soubry a Nazi, said he had been "silenced" on Facebook after his profile appeared to disappear.
Tech expert Guy Cocker has said that Facebook “needs to get ahead of this PR nightmare” after the social media platform was subject to a series of data protection scandals this year.
The social media firm said the bug was found in software that used Facebook login to give third-party apps on the platform.
The UK government spent nearly £100,000 on a Facebook adverts promoting the Prime Minister's Brexit deal in the lead up to the meaningful vote, official figures show.
A tech expert has warned internet users that if they're not paying for something online, like Facebook or Google, they are "probably the product".
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has published 234 pages of unseen documents, which it obtained in November this year from a company suing the social network.
An MP has claimed that Facebook knew about a possible cyber attack on the platform linked to Russia years before they were made public.
Facebook has been fined the maximum amount possible after the data of up to 87 million people was harvested.
Facebook has hired former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg to lead their Global Affairs and Communications team.
The social media network announced a new authorisation scheme to approve organisations before they can run political adverts on the site.
Facebook is facing a potential £1.2bn fine for a data breach which allowed hackers to access the personal information of 50 million users.
Facebook announced on Friday afternoon that 50 million Facebook accounts had been breached. Here is everything you need to know about the cyber attack.
Independent councillor Richard Alderman is charged with sending offensive messages via a public network. He called Diane Abbott a 'monkey' and said Theresa May should be 'hanged'
Labour MP Lucy Powell has drafted a bill proposing to hold online forums and social media sites responsible for fake news and hateful or extremist content posted by users
Vote Leave and BeLeave were fined by the Electoral Commission for breaking electoral laws, but both campaign groups have disputed the Commission's findings
The Information Commissioner's Office is issuing the maximum fine possible under UK law to Facebook for breaching the Data Protection Act
The Facebook chief is in Brussels being questioned by MEPs.
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'
Cross-party group calls for Scotland Yard investigation into online anti-Semitic abuse by backers of Labour leader
Tinder users unable to log into dating app frustrated following changes to how Facebook links with the service
George Galloway believes Jeremy Corbyn is under siege, as the anti-Semitism row continues
Richard Angell said Jeremy Corbyn should be messaging anti-Semites and telling them 'you don't speak for me'
Christine Shawcroft has stood down as Disputes Panel chairwoman
A union leader has warned students are attempting to embarrass and humiliate
MP Damian Collins said high profile people usually recognise it's damaging to their reputation to refuse to appear in front of MPs
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