Users should pay
Europes big telcos including BT, Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom want users to pay for the costs of data fuelled by the global streaming and internet boom.
A US federal judge rules
A federal judge in the US has cleared Facebook and Google of collusion in relation to an online marketing deal between the two companies. However, Judge P. Kevin Castel allowed the ongoing antitrust case against Google to continue.
Found guilty of campaign finance transparency laws
Facebook has been found guilty in Washington of breaking the state's strict campaign finance transparency laws.
Apparently, they are thinking of charging for them
Executives at Facebook and Instagram are seriously considering killing off their companies by setting up some "premium features" which users will be expected to pay for.
Closed down without any reason
Facebook's video game livestreaming app, Facebook Gaming, is being shut down after just two years and will no longer work after 28 October.
No-one will have to testify, nothing to see here move on please
Social notworking site Facebook has settled the consumer lawsuits brought as a result of Cambridge Analytica's unauthorised harvesting of user data.
Sorry Joe but few people believe nationalist propaganda these days
Twitter and Meta are reporting that they've taken down nearly 200 accounts that, for the past five years been pushing pro-Western messages in the Middle East and Central Asia.
$37.5 million does not look so big now
Meta has offered to pay $37.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit, which claimed Facebook illegally harvested location data even when users denied consent.
Blenderbot 3 insists that Donald Trump is president and will remain so after 2024
Last week we reported how Facebook's new Blenderbot 3 AI was sexist and racist, but now it has turned into a pro-Trump conspiracy theorist with the intelligence of plankton.
Requires too much concentration
Facebook is about as popular among modern teens as the works of Edward Gibbon whose six volume critique of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire was ironically first published on the year that the North American empire was founded.