Just does not use them
The US Justice Department antitrust chief said that existent US antitrust laws were “flexible enough” to address the harm caused by technology companies, in the face of growing criticism that such laws cannot tackle tech monopolies.
Share prices up five percent
Shares of Facebook rose nearly five percent after the social network reported its third straight rise in the pace of quarterly sales growth as well as an increase in users.
Social networking site Facebook sued Israeli cyber surveillance firm NSO Group, alleging it hacked users of its messaging platform WhatsApp earlier this year.
Shares stand with News Corp
News Corp CEO Robert Thomson is expected to begin praising the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as the social notworker has agreed to start paying for news.
It is OK if western politicians lie to you, just not Iranians and Russians
The social networking site which has decided to allow US politicians to lie about each other has cracked down on Russian and Iranian propaganda outfits doing the same thing.
Snowden warns of the new battleground
Security whistleblower Edward Snowden has warned that the world is facing its biggest security crisis in history as governments attempt to undermine encryption.
Hiding the facts
Gizmodo uncovered new evidence that Facebook is using its platform to suppress stories about CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Posting overseas will not save you
Courts in the European Union can order Facebook to remove worldwide comments by users of its service that have been declared illegal, the European Union’s highest court ruled on Thursday.
Defacebook won't deface de Facebook
A former politician employed as a senior spin doctor by Facebook said politicians can never be accused of being economical with the truth.