The CEO’s privacy is as vulnerable as ours, and the social network faces a regulation battle
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Turning down a $3bn offer made Snapchat famous for its bold vision. But now Facebook is catching up, leading some to predict a ‘long and painful death’
Malcolm Turnbull says the ‘law of Australia’ will prevail over the ‘laws of mathematics’ in new legislation on encryption. But he is on shaky ground
The company has had a seemingly never-ending string of missteps, from its controversial CEO to questionable tactics and sexual harassment claims
A vendor was offering Medicare details of any Australian. Could this be real, or was it just a scam? The only way to know was to request some data
The Facebook CEO’s 5,700 word post advocated a strong civil society and ended quoting Lincoln. Is he pitching for office, or already an unofficial Potus?
Facebook’s betting big on everyone streaming their lives in real time, but has it unleashed a monster it can’t control?
Nobody reads the small print when they sign up to social media – so no one knows what they’re giving away. Martin Belam has found out for you
Changes ahead for streaming service as, with 15m paying subscribers, it continues the battle with rivals Spotify and YouTube