Suspended sentences for two men who breached the ban on identifying James Bulger's killers, John Venables and Robert Thompson.
Facebook has started to charge UK users as much as £10 to send messages to celebrities and others outside their friend circle.
Facebook has failed in an attempt to end a lawsuit over its use of the word "timeline".
– Andrew Yates, chief executive of social media customer relations specialist Artesian Solutions
Following its initial lofty valuation, Facebook's focus has been on investing in a sustainable business model anchored around mobile and search.
With more people accessing Facebook from mobile devices, the company is successfully convincing investors of its potential to generate large revenues by using mobile to influence the masses.
In the last three months, it has acquired Parse, developed Facebook Home, and announced plans for new software that sends ads directly to a smartphone's home screen.
Facebook has reported first-quarter revenues of £937 million, up 38% on the £679 million for the same period last year.
Facebook says an average of 665 million people used the social media site every day in March an increase of 26% on the same time last year.
The company also announced that the number of active users accessing it via mobile devices - smartphones and tablets - had risen 54% year on year to 751 million per month, out of a total of 1.11 billion per month.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said: "We've made a lot of progress in the first few months of the year. We have seen strong growth and engagement across our community and launched several exciting products."
In addition, Instagram, the photo-sharing and editing platform Facebook paid one billion US dollars for last year, now has 100 million users.
Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has told the Andrew Marr programme that women need to challenge stereotypes to push through the "glass ceiling" in the corporate world.
She said that quotas are not sufficient to ensure gender equality and that women need to continue to fight for equal opportunities.
Mrs Sandberg also told interviewer Sophie Rayworth that Facebook was supporting younger users and ensuring that they did not 'over share' information.
This follows recent criticism of the company that young people were not being sufficiently protected online.
In a more modern version of the classic tale of 'Kes', a teenager who lost his bird of prey has been reunited with her - thanks to Facebook.
James Dickenson was heartbroken when his falcon named Nekala flew away during a flying display in South Yorkshire only to be found five days later and seventy miles away in the Yorkshire Wolds.
The LA Times has reported that an early version of the Facebook Home interface for Android devices has already appeared on the Web.
The newspaper said the app could work with more smartphones than the ones included on the official list announced last week.
The app is set to roll out this Friday, and users will be able to use it to change the lock and home screens of their phones into one created by Facebook.
Users will see the 'cover feed', showing the latest status updates and photos updated by friends, in stead of their apps.
– Paul Thompson, mobile advertising firm BlisMedia
Is it a game changer for Facebook? Almost certainly not. I suspect it will appeal to the die hard FB addicts but do consumers really want FB content to take over their whole phone?
What about all the other live feeds already available on your phone? What about all the other things you care about outside of FB connections?
Why would anyone want to put a FB soul into their phone? Will Apple or Samsung worry? Why would they? There isn't much here despite the fanfare.
Facebook has just released its advert for 'Home' on Android devices, saying it's a "whole new experience for your phone".
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said: "I grew up with the internet, but only a third of the world is on it today. We are really close to the beginning of this. The majority of people in the world have never seen anything like what you and I would call a computer."
Facebook's bold new look for Android becomes available from April 12.