The social network has been under investigation in the Netherlands and France
88% people admitted hiding friends' holidays posts because they felt jealous
Captain Goodman posted content that was deemed as anti-Muslim, anti-Asian and anti-Semitic
Telecoms regulator says it assumes site will comply with country's lese majeste laws but will otherwise face block
It is part of an election campaign that is mostly being conducted behind closed doors
The layout of conversations is also being changed for the better
Government seeks deletion of 131 posts it considers illegal and has vowed to seek compensation
Renata Antczak disappeared more than two weeks ago after dropping off her daughter to school
The network appeared to confirm it was removing the video at the request of the government
The page appears to have been hit by a co-ordinated campaign to report it to Facebook
Keith Griffith will attend the University of South Alabama in Autumn
The social network wants to educate its users, as well as tackle false stories head-on
'We’ve made improvements to recognize these inauthentic accounts more easily by identifying patterns of activity'
Four years ago, Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg wrote a groundbreaking book calling for women to "lean in" to their careers.
As the social network has just added the functionality, not everyone will be able to use it quite yet
The social network is hiring 3,000 people to police an outbreak of violence on Facebook Live, but critics say that’s not enough