Plaintiffs claim social network’s ‘scraping’ of information including call recipients and duration violates privacy and competition law
Chat and messaging apps
Facebook hit with class action lawsuit over collection of texts and call logs
They’re easy to mock until you use them, but they’re a staple of millennial identity with a power to express tone – and proof of why representation matters
Easter egg which coincides with Euro 2016 and Copa América is Facebook’s latest ploy to turn Messenger into another billion-user platform for the social network
Two million people are already using Slack to chat, send emojis and encourage creativity at work. Nasa and Harvard are on board – will your company be next?
Spurred on by Apple’s battles against the FBI, some of tech’s biggest names are to expand encryption of user data in their services, the Guardian can reveal