Zuckerberg's wife was the first person in her family to go to university and her parents are ethnic Chinese refugees who fled Vietnam in refugee boats
People’s personal information is used to suggest what they might be looking for – but might make them open for others to see, too
Pakistani law can see alleged blasphemy punished by death or life imprisonment
The watchdog has given WhatsApp until this week to reverse the controversial change
Jonathan came to the zoo in 2006 and was a ‘guest and keeper favourite’
An 18-year-old, from the southern Carinthia region, claims the pictures have made her life a misery
Israeli officials are drafting legislation to force social media networks to ‘rein in’ racially-charged content, raising legal and ethical issues
'The global and historical importance of a photo like 'Terror of War' outweighs the importance of keeping nudity off Facebook'
Most messaging apps turn read receipts on by default, and some don't even let you switch them off – but doing so can be a respite from passive aggression and spying
Greta Van Susteren and Geraldo Rivera are distancing themselves from earlier statements
A Facebook spokesperson said: 'After hearing from our community, we looked again at how our Community Standards were applied in this case'
The dispute isn’t just about one picture, for the people having it, but the entire media
Worth $10 billion, Moskovitz makes his debut as a mega-donor
Editor of Norway's largest newspaper concerned his 'editorial responsibility' was being restricted by Facebook
Barristers claim image was obtained by blackmail and uploaded as a form of revenge
Editor of Norway’s largest newspaper says he is concerned ‘world’s most important medium is limiting freedom rather than trying to extend it’