No surprise, Mark Zuckerberg also makes Forbes' annual list of the richest Americans.
The government has proposed new data protection legislation.
The raids targeted people accused of posting threats, coercion and incitement to racism on social media, reports The New York Times.
These Facebook GIF games will have your friends loling.
Instagram also says 250 million people use Instagram Stories every day.
A new study shows bots and trolls are using the biggest social media sites to manipulate your views.
In an 8-0 decision, the court rules a North Carolina law that bans sex offenders from using social media is unconstitutional.
In today's tech news, Facebook explains how it uses artificial intelligence to stop extremist content, Amazon adds Alexa to the Dash Wand, and Google is making it easier to backup your files online.
The social network, dogged by criticism, explains its efforts to combat extremist content. The company says it will take both software and humans.
At least in the UK, telling people you're safe has never been so controversial.
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Getting bots to bargain could be an important step in building AI-powered personal assistants.
The most beautiful phone ever has one wildly annoying issue
The Samsung Galaxy S8's fast speeds and fantastic curved screen make it a top phone for 2017, but the annoying fingerprint reader could sour your experience.