Theresa May admonishes university safe spaces, yet put forward a Counter-Extremism Bill that attempts to ban political groups considered 'extremist', which is defined as 'the vocal or active opposition to our fundamental values'. Is speech still free when the Government are tracking your emails?
Gunfire interrupts transmission before a woman is heard shouting 'shots, shots, shots'
Facebook's push into media and music shows where management's focus is beyond sharing pictures and posting comments.
Shares were hammered after the company lowered guidance Friday.
The option must be turned on manually from the app's settings
The new 'Community Help' tool lets people unaffected by an event to offer help to others in their community
Baby photos, birthday party invites and self-indulgent status updates are the coal, iron and steel of the fourth industrial revolution
Anas Modamani, 19, is seeking a landmark injunction stopping the spread of defamatory posts
Even a messy court case couldn’t knock the gloss of its latest results, but it actually helped to highlight the company’s big issue
The event is being celebrated by showing everyone a video of a dancing person made of tiny pictures of their friends
Jury decided Oculus not guilty of misappropriating trade secrets
Discover People tries to connect you with users who work at the same company as you, or are interested in the same events
A White House source claimed the policy is being discussed
Tech giant Google, Netflix, Apple and Facebook warn order could affect their companies' talent pool
Refugees and green card holders detained and interrogated despite legal right to come to the US
‘It’s painful to see the personal cost of this executive order on our colleagues’