One of the biggest companies in the world, Facebook paid about as much tax as a family-owned building company would.
OPINION: Facebook wants to link Kiwis to the rest of the world. Every last one of us.
Used in NZ, hosted in Singapore, moderated in the Philippines, built in the US - it is everywhere, and nowhere.
How 100 million Facebook video views affected a 24-year-old Kiwi and his great-nan.
British PM wants social media firms to do more to prevent the spread of extremist material online.
OPINION: Facebook peers into your past and present, making billions from the here and now, and nostalgia.
Cocaine, heroin, slot machines, Facebook? How the social media giant makes sure you get lost in your newsfeed.
It's become harder and harder for Facebook users to understand and control their privacy settings, experts say.
Can you beat the Facebook algorithm? Give it a try with our special interactive.
As if willing it into reality, tech writers keep saying teens don't use Facebook. It simply isn't true.
You told it your name and school. But what more has Facebook worked out about you?
Meet the people who have done away with the social-media monster.
Facebook is New Zealand's second-favourite "leisure" activity.
Many of us have no idea how open our Facebook accounts are. Here are 5 easy ways to turn yours into a private fortress.
Facebook works flat out to give you what it thinks you want - but it's not always right. Here's how to take back control of your feed.
OPINION: Why should we accept Facebook's ever-growing influence over us as inevitable?
Death is tricky for social networks. Facebook opts for compromise.
Twitter has suspended more than half a million accounts since 2015 to tackle "violent extremism".
Technology deemed on its way out, wi-fi proposal scrapped for Wellington train and bus stops.
A broken flagpole, a security camera, a Facebook ultimatum and an apology.
Germany plans a law calling for social networks to remove slanderous or threatening postings or face fines.
The social media company says police can't use its data for 'surveillance'.
Tech company unwittingly sends out online mailer with "n-word" clear for all the world to see.
OPINION: I'd never been a popular child, says Alison Mau, but for 72 golden hours the latest Betamax video recorder made me cool. So what happened?
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting a second child, a daughter.
A gang of teenagers are allegedly behind a raft of high-spec bike thefts in Christchurch.
Supermarket confirms $75 voucher offered through Facebook is bogus.
You shouldn't believe everything on Facebook - but it's added a warning for disputed stories.
OPINION: You are not the only person trying desperately to make your life seem better than it is.
A New Plymouth school has turned off its wi-fi during breaks to encourage students to talk and play with each other.