MTV has posted a new episode of its MTV Diaries series that is pretty much a clever recruiting video for Facebook.
Emil Protalinski covers Facebook from all angles, closely watching it grow from its $50 billion valuation in 2010 to its internally stated goal of becoming the first trillion dollar company.
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Larry Klayman is suing Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg for $1 billion because the social network did not remove the Facebook Page titled "Third Palestinian Intifada" quickly enough.
Facebook is launching a new mobile site for the 250 million mobile users that use the social network on a monthly basis.
Students frequently mock their teachers on Facebook, but sometimes it's the teacher that steps out of line.
There's a fine line between friend and frenemy on Facebook, according to a new survey with 400 female respondents.
Although Facebook previously said it wouldn't remove a Page calling for a Third Palestinian Intifada against Israel, it has now done so after discussions degraded into violence and hate.
Facebook has removed a Page that supported alleged cop killer Jamie Hood.
A student has been expelled for one year after allegedly posting a hit list with 30 individuals.
A mother and father are suing Facebook over a photo of their murdered daughter that was uploaded to the social network.
Facebook says it will not remove The Third Intifada fan page, created by Palestinians to start an uprising against the citizens of Israel, but will instead monitor it.