Facebook has reached 2 billion monthly active users thirteen years after its initial launch – growing its user base by 1 billion in less than five years.
A report has revealed that Facebook is apparently contacting Hollywood agencies to produce scripts for original TV shows that would premiere on the network.
Facebook has launched a new initiative dubbed Online Civil Courage, which it hopes to use to combat extremist content in the United Kingdom.
Facebook has unveiled a new profile photo guard in a bid to prevent the wanton theft of its user’s profile pictures for fraudulent purposes.
Facebook users are now able to respond to comments through GIFs, just in time to celebrate the 30th birthday of the image format
Facebook has announced that it is working with UNICEF, the Red Cross and others to pilot a new ‘disaster maps’ initiative to help crisis response.
Facebook has activated its Safety Check feature in the wake of a massive storm that has struck South Africa’s Western Cape province.
The Guardian has published reports revealing Facebook’s guidelines on moderating graphic content on the site, revealing the company’s internal processes.
Carter Wilkerson has officially broken the world record for the most retweeted tweet of all time after requesting free chicken nuggets from Wendy’s.
Facebook has announced that it will hire 3,000 new employees to comb the site for acts of violence and hate, including both live video and video posts.