Some linked to state-owned news agency Sputnik
Facebook has removed hundreds of Russia-initiated accounts, which it judged to be involved in coordinated inauthentic behaviour on its platforms.
I am sorry Dave I am erasing your nipples
Intel is working with Facebook to finish a new artificial intelligence chip in the second half of this year.
Washington DC attorney-general washes his briefs
The attorney general for Washington, DC, filed a civil lawsuit against Facebook claiming the social notworking outfit failed to protect its users' data and pointing specifically to the Cambridge Analytica scandal
Uses your IP address
Even if you explicitly tell Facebook to not track your location, it will still use your IP address to track your location.
Considered them exempt from privacy rules
Facebook documents, found by the New York Times, show that the social network considered Microsoft, Spotify, Netflix, and the Royal Bank of Canada business partners and effectively exempted them from its privacy rules.
Building 8 closed and its work is distributed
Facebook has disbanded its secretive research lab, where the company developed new hardware like its Portal speakers and researched moonshot projects like brain computer interfaces.
It doesn’t like it up them
A British MP has used privilege laws to publish more than 250 pages of Facebook’s secret internal documents and they cast the social networking site in a poor light.
UK Commons committee has discovered
A UK Commons committee chair said that a seized trove of Facebook documents reveals that a company engineer flagged Russian "entities" using a Pinterest API to pull billions of points of Facebook data every day in 2014.
After conspiring to claim that it was fake news
Last week Facebook hotly denied that it had funded a Washington-based lobbying company to spread fake news about its critics, but now it has admitted that it did just that.
Difficult to argue with a bloke with a mace
The UK Parliament dusted off some of its ancient powers to seize internal Facebook documents and make chief executive Mark Zuckerberg look jolly stupid for refusing to answer MPs’ questions.