Facebook and filters - how the social networking platform is planning to tackle hate speech; why the Icelandic police have an Instagram account; and on Exit: choreographed traffic chaos.
The EU wants online companies to filter out illegal content, but without a standard definition of what that is or how it should be removed. Critics say the potential for unwarranted censorship sends a dangerous message.
Facebook has bowed to political pressure by handing over 3,000 ads bought by a Russian agency with the intention of swaying last year's US election. Russia has denied placing the ads.
Facebook posted an ad-driven profit increase of 71 percent, and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg wants more ads. He is eyeing a rollout in Messenger and WhatsApp.
Desperate to break into the Chinese market, Facebook has discreetly developed and rolled out a photo-sharing app called "Colorful Balloons." The app has no Facebook branding and was released through a local Chinese firm.
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