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Mayer stressed that Yahoo had no choice in complying with government requests; Zuckerberg says: "The government blew it"
Facebook founder’s audacious bid to put the entire planet online
Programmer tried to alert Facebook to the bug but was ignored and so took more direct action
Ad sales over £1bn in quarter for first time as overall revenues up more than 53%
Six unusual ways in which students, teenagers, and one scarily precocious nine-year-old child, have become extremely and unusually rich
Online sleuths are claiming to have discovered what could be Zuckerberg's first website - and it hints at what was to come
A New York man's multibillion-dollar lawsuit claiming half-ownership of Facebook should be dismissed, a judge said.
A look at the main features of Facebook's new news feed
There is in fact no such thing as a fundamental human right to awesome retro filters on Instagram. Surprising, I know
Facebook continues staggering growth amid falling share prices and continued concern over profitability
Investors sue the social networking site, claiming its prospectus for stock listing was misleading
The social networking site changed the way we communicate. Now, as it floats on the stock market, all the talk is about how much it is worth. By Stephen Foley
You may find this hard to believe if you feel inundated by web links to unamusing videos and spittle-flecked blog posts, but apparently we're not sharing enough stuff online.
On the island of Tanna in Vanuatu, the Prince Philip Movement is a religious sect followed by the Yaohnanen tribe, who believe that the Queen's ill-tempered, short-fused consort is a divine being. I've never got this, but over the past decade, observing the honour(s) given in this country to the fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, I can definitely see how such misguided reverence comes about.