A full 29 minutes passed from the start of the gunman's live stream before Facebook - the very platform on which it was hosted - even knew about it.
- by John McDuling
Facebook disclosed a flaw on its social network that made passwords of hundreds of millions of users visible to employees.
- by Natassia Chrysanthos
Facebook said it would re-examine its "reporting logic" after its artificial intelligence systems failed to automatically detect the New Zealand mosque shooting video.
- by Hamza Shaban
Facebook has criticised media organisations for playing a role in the widespread distribution of footage from the Christchurch terrorist attack while defending live videos on the social media platform.
- by Jennifer Duke
Facebook has apologised to the White House's social media director for blocking his Facebook page.
Complaints over ads-based discrimination have dogged the social-media company since 2016, but Facebook has now agreed to change its paid-advertising platform.
- by Katie Paul
Ethical investment funds are reviewing their shareholdings in Facebook after the platform was used to livestream the Christchurch attacks.
- by Jennifer Duke and Fergus Hunter
Hundreds of Facebook ads have been bought by NSW political parties ahead of the election, here's what they're selling.
- by Nigel Gladstone
Policymakers around the globe are demanding social media companies be held accountable for the spread of hateful content after the New Zealand terrorist attack.
- by Cat Zakrzewski
An Adelaide man who posted social media comments in support of the Christchurch mosque massacre has been granted bail on condition he keep off the internet.
Australian telecommunications companies have started blocking websites to stop the spread of copies of a livestreamed footage of the Christchurch terrorist attacks as social media platforms continue to grapple with the videos.
- by Jennifer Duke