It makes tools which are "powerful, and dangerous"
Microsoft and Google, have joined Facebook's legal battle against hacking company NSO, filing an amicus brief in federal court that warned the Israeli firm's tools were "powerful, and dangerous".
Not sure who we want to win here
Facebook attacked Apple in a series of full-page newspaper ads claiming the iPhone maker's anticipated mobile software changes around data gathering and targeted advertising are bad for small businesses.
It really doesn't
Facebook told employees this week that it's developing a tool to summarise news articles so users won't have to read them. It laid out early plans for a neural sensor to detect people's thoughts and translate them into action.
Watchdogs eye Oculus VR changes
Facebook is being investigated in Germany for linking usage of its Oculus VR headset to having a Facebook account.
Details of multi-state law suits emerge
Social notworking site Facebook could be forced to flog off Instagram and WhatsApp to make a flurry of US lawsuits go away.
And continued to recommend similar content
Social notworking site Facebook accidently is protecting Holocaust deniers and even recommends sites where they can be historically stupid while supporting the Nazis.
Why didn't Facebook see this coming?
Steve Bannon has been outed for his involvement in running a network of misinformation pages on Facebook.
Europe's antitrust watchdog barks
Splitting up large tech companies such as Google and Facebook will not be necessary, Europe’s antitrust chief said on Sunday.
You must not research us
Social notworking site Facebook is demanding that a New York University research project cease collecting data about its political-ad targeting practices.