Indian, US, German rights groups say Internet.org threatens net neutrality
Indian, US, German rights groups say Internet.org threatens net neutrality

About 60 digital rights groupsfrom several nations across the globe, including India, the U.S., the Netherlands, Germany, Brazil, Austria and others, have criticized Facebook's Internet.org initiative, saying that it undermines net neutrality.

Facebook considering business-to-consumer chat for WhatsApp
Facebook considering business-to-consumer chat for WhatsApp

Social networking giant Facebook is considering to let businesses interact with users of WhatsApp via live chats and alerts.

Indians rage over Zuckerberg incorrect India map on Facebook
Indians rage over Zuckerberg incorrect India map on Facebook

Indian netizens are angry with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after he posted a map of India sans Jammu & Kashmir, Forbes reported.

Unsustainable to offer whole Internet for free: Mark Zuckerberg
Unsustainable to offer whole Internet for free: Mark Zuckerberg

As the net neutrality debate rages on, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday said "it is not sustainable to offer the whole Internet for free" but is possible for Internet.org platform to give basic services without any cost.

Internet.Org offers free access to over 800 million:  Mark Zuckerberg
Internet.Org offers free access to over 800 million: Mark Zuckerberg

Even as the debate on Facebook's Internet.Org initiative violating net neutrality rages on, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday said the platform has made free basic Internet services available to more than 800 million people in nine countries, including India.

Net Neutrality: All that you need to know
Net Neutrality: All that you need to know

The expression "network neutrality" was coined by American academic Tim Wu in his paper Network Neutrality, Broadband Discrimination that came out in 2003 and he then popularised the concept.

Mark Zuckerberg rejects Indian claims of Internet.org being against Net Neutrality
Mark Zuckerberg rejects Indian claims of Internet.org being against Net Neutrality

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said in response of Indian claims against his Internet.org initiative that they want "as many internet providers to join so as many people as possible can be connected".

Cleartrip stands up for Net Neutrality, pulls out of Internet.org 
Cleartrip stands up for Net Neutrality, pulls out of Internet.org 

In what could give the cause of Net Neutrality a major boost, Cleartrip today announced that it has taken a decision to walk out of Internet.org initiative.

Internet.org can co-exist with Net Neutrality: Zuckerberg
Internet.org can co-exist with Net Neutrality: Zuckerberg

Amid a raging debate on ensuring equal Internet access for all, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday rejected criticism that his internet.Org programme, which has RCom as a partner in India, was against the concept of Net Neutrality.

Judge orders Facebook and Zuckerberg to turn over documents
Judge orders Facebook and Zuckerberg to turn over documents

Facebook and its founder must release documents and electronic correspondence to a defence lawyer whose client has fled from criminal charges that he falsely claimed a majority ownership in the social media giant, a federal judge said.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg likes PM Modi's new Varanasi constituency page

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has 'liked' Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Facebook post about the Varanasi constituency page launched on Wednesday within hours of its posting.

Facebook to shut down on May 1
Facebook to shut down on May 1

The social networking site Facebook is shutting down on 1st of May, to the shock and dismay of users across the world.

Facebook 'logs' into sprawling, garden-roofed office
Facebook 'logs' into sprawling, garden-roofed office

The 2,800-strong Facebook workforce has another reason to press the 'like' button: The social networking site has moved some of them into a 430,000 sq ft sprawling complex with a nine-acre roof garden in California, the mere sight of which could leave anyone out of breath -- literally.

Facebook tests laser drones in British skies

If Facebook has its way, there would soon be huge solar-powered drones - with the wingspan of a commercial airliner - beaming down internet in the remotest of areas.

Facebook updates 'community standards' of activity on its site
Facebook updates 'community standards' of activity on its site

Social media giant Facebook has updated a set of standards on what is acceptable to share on its platform, a press release from the company on Monday said.

Google jumps big time into virtual reality race?

A team of engineers at Google is reportedly working to build a version of the Android operating system to power virtual-reality applications.

Zuckerberg willing to work with Google on Global Internet Access
Zuckerberg willing to work with Google on Global Internet Access

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has indicated a willingness to work with Google on Global Internet Access at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona by saying that connecting the world doesn't have to be a cutthroat competition.

Facebook fends off telecom firms` complaints

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Monday fended off complaints that the hugely popular social network was getting a free ride out of telecom operators who host its service on smartphones.

Internet access limited in developing world: Facebook
Internet access limited in developing world: Facebook

Most people in the developing world do not use the Internet, with access limited by high costs, poor availability and a lack of relevant content, a Facebook report has said.