There are signs the crisis could spread to other internet firms that have made no secret about using what they glean from digital data for advertising
Its founder Mark Zuckerberg apologises for data breaches that affected 50 million users
Britain's Guardian newspaper has reported that Israeli hackers offered material to Cambridge Analytica
Despite being the size of a foetus, initial tests had suggested the bones were of a child aged six to eight
His ashes will then be “interred” near the grave of Newton, another famous British scientist, during a thanksgiving service later this year
Zuckerberg says Wednesday that Facebook has a "responsibility" to protect its users' data and if it fails, "we don't deserve to serve you"
Brian Acton left the company in 2017, three years after Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19bn (£11.4bn at the then exchange rates) in 2014
Data is like oil to Facebook - it is what brings advertisers to the platform, who in turn make it money
The chip manufacturer downplayed the threat of hackers taking advantage of the flaws, saying it would require administrator-level access to computers
Dean Rev. John Hall says it is "entirely fitting" that Hawking's remains will be placed in the abbey "near those of distinguished fellow scientists"
The current fastest generation of fighter jets can travel up to speeds of around 2.5 Mach
Falling automation costs are predicted to cause job losses as manufacturers return to richer economies
Tech startups are developing self-driving bulldozers, drones to inspect work sites and robot bricklayers
Astronomers are amazed by the mysterious cigar-shaped object, detected as it passed through our inner solar system last fall
A British lawmaker accused Facebook of misleading officials by downplaying the risk of users' data being shared without their consent
More than a billion people in the world go to sleep each night without reliable shelter