The condition is just one of a range of bizarre restrictions in the network’s rules
Though there’s no material link between the group and the Chicago attackers, their shared race is apparently enough to make each of them guilty of the others’ crimes
Friends watch Keiana Herndon collapse while holding her one-year-old son
'Maybe Facebook would prefer the statue to be dressed again'
'Not all humans would do this! We should take a lesson from this!'
The message tells people across the city that they may be at risk from a bombing
There are plenty of ways to turn people off.
'He threatened that he was going to kill me if I didn’t put him on Facebook'
The decision that Pantsuit Nation is to appear in print has proved controversial
Families of some of those killed at the Pulse nightclub think Facebook and Twitter should bear responsibility
Facebook could face EU fines of up to 1 per cent of annual sales
Government should take 'tougher stance' against social platforms, says politician
The changes are just the first of a range of moves meant to stop false stories appearing on the site
The president-elect offered an olive branch to the giant companies he had scolded throughout the campaign - but one tech company was missing
Parenting can be lonely. Coffee shops are our community. And midweek, when it's bitter and grey outside, I'd hazard it's those grappling with small children who are the life-blood of small independent businesses
For the third time since September, the social media giant has told advertisers that it may have been miscalculating key advertising measures