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The Internal Revenue Service contends Facebook dodged about $9 billion in taxes, while the leading social network says it is actually owed a refund, US media reports say
Mark Zuckerberg lobbies for leniency but top EU officials warn that bigger consequences for Big Tech may be coming
As online dating becomes the virtual norm, Facebook's gradual arrival on the dating scene may shake up the market
Regarding Facebook Dating, the company says it is ''taking a bit more time to make sure the product is ready for the European market'
The bombshell announcement by the US Federal Trade Commission opens the door to fresh scrutiny of deals made by Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Google parent Alphabet since 2010
CERN says it wound up its Facebook Workplace account on January 31 after Facebook gave it the choice of either paying to use the service or sharing data
The settlement in the US could have wide-ranging implications for Facebook and other tech firms using facial recognition technology, and highlights the potential for state laws to force changes in privacy practices
Facebook comes under heavy selling pressure as costs in dealing with privacy and misinformation grow, including a $550 million settlement over its photo-scanning technology
The social media giant continues to show revenue and user growth amid ongoing criticism
The new feature, part of a stepped-up effort to improve privacy practices, allows users to see and clear "off Facebook activity" used for targeted advertising
'We are your dystopian future. If we don’t fix this information ecosystem, if information warfare continues, we are being manipulated,' says Maria Ressa
Italy's AGCM consumer and market watchdog says users 'continue not to be informed by the company, clearly and immediately, as to the collection and use of their data for remunerative purposes'
The announcement comes as Facebook's head of global affairs and communications Nick Clegg, a former UK deputy prime minister, again urged action on setting new rules for the internet
The automatic translation feature on Myanmar's Facebook page renders Chinese President Xi Jinping's name from Burmese into English as 'Mr Shithole'
A number of Filipinos focus their attention on making sense of information and updates on social media to aid and guide relief efforts
'So disappointed that #MarkZuckerberg values profit more than truthfulness that I've decided to delete my Facebook account,' the actor writes on Twitter
From learning Mandarin and hunting down his own food, Zuckerberg discusses more intimate communities and the next big consumer device after phones in his annual goals post
Since Facebook has the same ad policies in place now, the outcome of the 2020 US election could be the same as it was four years ago, says Andrew Bosworth, VP for augmented reality and VR
Facebook's ban on deepfake photos and videos comes ahead of a US House Energy and Commerce meeting on manipulated media set for January 8
Facebook faces a number of incidents that compromised users' privacy. Here's how they dealt with the controversies in the last 10 years.
Remember when reactions were limited to likes, the Timeline was the Wall, notifications were filled with Farmville requests, and getting 5 likes for your status update was already a huge feat?
Many women are radicalized on Facebook, and an expert says they are now a permanent part of the jihadi structure
Facebook removes 610 accounts, 89 pages, 156 groups and 72 Instagram accounts that originated in Vietnam and the US
The social media network is piloting the service in the US and says community reviewers are meant to give 'directional signal' to professional fact-checkers
Having their own software for augmented reality allows Facebook to avoid dependency on Google for Android software updates
Revelation of the exposed data comes as the social network strives to rebuild trust and alleviate concerns over protection of people's information
A website called Comparitech reports that the database was made available for download last week on an online hacker forum that apparently belonged to a crime group
Facebook says that clues for figuring out a user's location include being tagged in a photo at a specific place or a check-in at a location such as at a restaurant during a dinner with friends
'This theft impacts current and former Facebook employees only and no Facebook user data was involved,' says the tech giant
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will give internet users the right to see what data big tech companies collect about them and with whom it is shared
The FTC is considering seeking an injunction regarding how Facebook apps work with one another or with software of other companies, according to a 'Wall Street Journal' report
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission calls for new regulations to rein in the power of digital behemoths amid global concerns ranging from anti-trust issues to privacy abuse, among other issues
Singapore's communications ministry and law ministry insists the legislation, which came into force last month, would not curb free speech
The comments from Facebook come weeks after officials from the US, Britain and Australia called on Facebook to allow authorities to circumvent encryption to better fight extremism, child pornography and other crimes
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believes people should judge for themselves what politicians are saying
(UPDATED) 'These investigations concern the way data is gathered, processed, used and monetized including for advertising purposes,' says the spokeswoman for the European Commission
(UPDATED) After more than 24 hours, Facebook reactivates the 'Narinig ko sa UP' group on Monday, December 2
A post by Alex Tan – who runs anti-government website the States Times Review – had a correction notice placed below it after a government request, Facebook confirms
The social media giant, which has previously expressed concerns about the legislation, did not respond to requests for comment and the article was still on the site without any changes
(UPDATED) Facebook blames "an issue in one of our central software systems" for snarling connectivity for several hours
In the virtual game, players use light sabers to slash oncoming, large cubes to the beat of music, sometimes twisting or ducking to avoid oncoming walls
The call comes after the Iranian government imposed a near-total Internet blackout amid violent protests
The British actor and comedian urges the tech giant to fact-check political ads before running them
Google limits ad targeting to general categories such as age, gender or postal code location
The London-based organization argues that the current model of monetizing personal information imperils a gamut of rights including freedom of opinion and expression
LeBron James and the Lakers are online kings as their early games generate 5 million total views and 3.9 million total viewers on NBA Philippines Facebook
The growth and prevalence of fake Facebook accounts points to 'a lack of transparency around the metrics' used to determine the value or success of Facebook, the Financial Times says
Tapaojo. Ang inilalagay na takip sa mata ng kabayo para maging limitado ang makikita. Ganito ang karamihan sa atin. Bakit nga naman magpapa-stress sa kasalungat ng katuwiran, puwede namang i-customize ang mababasa?
Margarita Simonyan, chief of Russia's state-funded broadcaster RT says, 'Our guys have asked the moderators what they did wrong, but Zuckerberg's moderators are silent'
False information on the platform will now be partially covered so users can 'better decide for themselves what to read, trust, and share'