'Why did they accept this? I can never use it as ID'
Rebecca Wanosik posted the picture saying she was feeding the infant as her mother was having surgery
Though the social networking giant's corporate product, previously know as Facebook at Work, might not produce a ton of revenue, there's value in having office workers engaged throughout the day
The new network looks a lot like Facebook – but is entirely separate from it, so your boss won't be able to see pictures from your nights out
Facebook's vision for virtual reality is probably the most extreme and intense version of the social network yet invented
Social and online media are playing a larger role in political advertising, largely at the expense of television.
Jane Wood Allen worked as a teacher's aide in Georgia
The company has apologised for what it said was a ‘technical issue’ that stopped it from reviewing the items
Kelvin Alfayo claims he 'had sex in a bush' with a girl under the age of 10
It’s far from the first time that Facebook apps have improved themselves by taking from their ghostly rival
Communities aim to swap apparently innocent words like Google, Skittle and Skype into substitutions for racist slang
Some reported seeing a message indicating that the site was carrying out maintenance
Such an arrangement is only allowed if both companies make sure that people commit to it, German privacy watchdog says – which didn’t happen
The New Jersey student was asked to write who his friends were. ‘No one’, he replied
New agreement between the social media giant and Israeli authorities to tackle ‘incitement’ on the platform is being used as a censorship tool, Palestinians allege
'Hattar’s murder is the latest in a string of killings of writers for alleged religious reasons'