"We don't sell people's data, even though it's often reported that we do"
Facebook wants to unify the underlying messaging infrastructure of WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger
End-to-end encryption is also reportedly in the cards
The project has been codenamed 'Athena'
The pair could face big fines or even bans
Following a six-month test in India
Did they imagine it wasn't against the rules?
Are you comfortable with Facebook compiling a list of your traits and interests?
Can a cash injection keep local news outlets afloat?
Facebook's scandals are a screenwriter's dream come true
The study found that 18% of Republicans shared fake news and less than 4% of Democrats did
Facebook knows what apps you use even if you don't have a Facebook account
Fixing Facebook 'is more than a one-year challenge'
As the internet becomes more fake, so do its users
Despite everything, a lot of people still love the site
2018 has not been kind to Facebook
Yet he's still the world's sixth-richest person
Yet another privacy setback for Facebook
Social media giant maintains it has 'never sold people's data'
Several major tech players finished in the top 50
It took 2 weeks to remove the post
The funds will be managed by the NCTJ