Hughes believes the acquisition of Instagram and WhatsApp should be overturned
Nearly a third of the world's population uses Facebook
Privacy groups say such a council would 'have no teeth'
Subscriptions start this fall
End-to-end encryption is also coming to the platform
A new design with clean lines and lots of white space
A slap on the wrist for a company as big as Facebook
An ironic choice for Facebook
Was Facebook trying to bury the news beneath the Mueller report?
Facebook admits to "unintentionally" uploading 1.5 million new users' email contacts without permission
A result of handing your email password over to the site
Not everyone is on board with the idea
The Easter eggs were intended for Dev units only
That'll hit their bottom line real hard
No more having to use Messenger
Bad news for the few people who still use the devices
The leak originated from two third-party app developers
Facebook's focus on privacy continues
The social network wants to be more transparent about its algorithm
Zuckerberg points to four areas he thinks need regulating
"Just as discriminatory as slamming a door in someone's face"
Facebook acknowledges people will try to game the system
He faces 30 years in prison
The passwords were searchable by Facebook employees
Websites could be fined for censoring 'hate speech'