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
Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that Facebook-Cambridge Analytica investigations are ongoing
The shadow home secretary also attended the walk last month
Ryan Croft befriended over 2,000 young girls, mostly in their early teens
A police officer in Australia has said he regrets the type of language used on the account
George Christensen claims the photo was in reference to environmentalists
The campaign ran on the company's social media and featured an elf in sexualised poses
Reaction to United's big reveal dwarfed that of their cross-town rivals
The social media giant is asking the Government to provide any information it might have
The person showed in the content being shared, mainly by teenagers, was 15 years old at the time of recording
Ukip leader Henry Bolton has split from model Jo Marney after her comments on Meghan Markle
Michael Hamill was well-known as he appeared in a photo which many described as featuring 'hot cops'
The image shows a toy elf holding a teabag over a doll's face
Beatrix von Storch could also face police charges over the tweet
Britain First's Facebook page is still active and is mostly posting about its Twitter ban
The woman told two Korean customers 'I don’t wanna hear your language' and said 'Oriental, I hate it'
Charlie Silcox said 'rape is only unconsensual for about 8 seconds...after that...she loves it'
Jo Wheatley, the associate editor of Netmums, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the criticism mounting against the use of social media in society.
Stephen Callaghan wrote a letter which said his daughter left for school in 2017 'but when she returned home in the afternoon she was from 1968'
A white woman allegedly told an African-American he shouldn't be in the priority boarding queue
Akbar Hamid was jailed for nearly six months for his campaign of abuse and intimidation
Operation Black Vote had called for the woman to be suspended from the party over the comments towards Bristol's Mayor
The man's note asked 'where can a lonely pensioner and widower find a place in a small group for Christmas?'
American investigative journalism company ProPublica claims Facebook approved adverts which went against their own guidelines
Locals have now set up a Facebook group to discuss who the 'mincemeat phantom' may be
It is claimed Ashley Bennett decided to run for the Atlantic County freeholder seat because she was so infuriated by John Carman
The teacher had asked a guest speaker to come into the school and had given out information on sexual orientation and gender identity