As Mark Zuckerberg starts talking about the importance of "privacy", it's important to note his definition might be different from yours.
Facebook fiercely protects the privacy of its users in their role of voyeurs, the removal of which would potentially cause a serious collapse in willingness of users to expose themselves, writes David Vaile of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre.
Facebook’s puzzling censorship standards have come under fire again after the site took down numerous artistic images containing nudity and group pages addressing sex and sexuality. Katie Weiss reports.
The Queensland Police Service’s heavy-handed approach towards a journalist trying to do his job should ring alarm bells for the media, writes Charis Palmer, editor of Technology Spectator.
The most recent story about Facebook's privacy regulation focuses on the unauthorised data scraping of 500, 000 facebook photographs by dating website lovely-faces.com, writes Shakira Hussein.