The company calls the phenomenon 'context collapse', and it might be seeing it lose users
'Each of these attacks was different but all had a common thread,' says the Facebook founder
Mr Zuckerberg's social network is blocked by the Chinese authorities
Put it this way: if you have used Facebook’s flag feature after the Paris attacks, you are guilty by association of Euro-centric mourning
'Like away but if you have a bad thought about someone keep it to yourself,' says the 23-year-old model
Facebook CEO says he has heard message 'loud and clear' and will do more to combat hate speech
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the incidents are under investigation
It has been feared that a pure Dislike button would be used to bully and upset people
The shutdown that briefly silenced ‘Viz’ exposes a cloth ear for tone. Satire, even scatological satire, has its own norms that deserve respect
'KANYE WEST IDEAS' INCLUDE 'HOLOGRAMS', 'HOVERCRAFTS' AND '7 SCREEN MOVIE EXPERIENCE'
We've put together a list of his picks and why he thinks everyone should read them
West is now using Twitter to crowd fund his ideas
Facebook shares surged on Wednesday, and so did his net worth
Facebook shares surged more than 12 per cent in after-hours trading
It may seem boring, but Zuckerberg believes it helps him be more productive
WhatsApp will, over the next few weeks, become completely free. The catch is that we'll be able to use WhatsApp to "communicate with businesses or organisations"