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The CEO says Facebook still may remove content from political leaders or others when it may lead to 'harm'
Libra initially hopes the number of companies backing it would increase from an initial 28 to 'well over 100.' Instead, the list has shrunk following criticism from regulators.
Zuckerberg confirms hosting a series of dinners with right-wing figures amid accusations that the social media platform stifles conservative voices
Facebook's plan to roll out encryption on its platforms may risk weakening law enforcement's ability to detect criminal acts, including child pornography and terrorism
A two-hour audio recording of the Facebook CEO at internal meetings comes out
The world's biggest social network is facing a myriad of regulatory and legal questions surrounding issues like competition, digital privacy, censorship and transparency in political advertising
The news comes with federal and state anti-trust enforcers looking into potential anti-competitive actions by Facebook, and with US lawmakers debating national privacy legislation
The 'independent oversight board' will have the final say on these matters of what belongs on the social platform
Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg has said he wanted 'to make sure that to the extent that we can, we're funding as much high-quality journalism as possible'
The Federal Trade Commission says the penalty is the largest ever imposed on any company for violating consumers' privacy and one of the largest penalties ever assessed by the US government for any violation
Mark Zuckerberg calls on governments to further regulate private data, political advertising and step up efforts to prevent state actors from interfering in US elections
'We have fully cooperated with the FTC's investigation to date and provided tens of thousands of documents, emails and files,' says a Facebook spokesperson.
'We will treat this content the same way we treat all misinformation on Instagram,' says an Instagram spokesperson
'GlobalCoin' would work with a new digital payments system in about a dozen countries, starting in the first quarter of 2020, BBC says on its website
He argues that breaking up the company might mean fewer resources to curb harmful online content and election interference and improve privacy and the portability of personal data
In an editorial published in The New York Times, Chris Hughes says Mark Zuckerberg's 'focus on growth led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks'
The Federal Trade Commission in past investigations have spared Zuckerberg, but this could soon change
Mark Zuckerberg, in an interview with ABC's 'Good Morning America' on April 4, also says he had confidence in measures put in place by Facebook to prevent interference in next year's US presidential election
Five major Facebook stories broke last week. Here’s everything you need to know about them.
In the Philippines, Vice President Leni Robredo pushes for laws against the 'deliberate, organized, and large-scale distribution of fake news on social media'
Zuckerberg's announcement is a strategic shift for Facebook as it seeks to navigate a drawn-out crisis over privacy and data protection
According to the list by Forbes, the riches of Jeff Bezos, 55, have swelled by $19 billion in one year and he is now worth $131 billion
(UPDATED) British lawmakers' 18-month investigation into disinformation and 'fake news' also accuses Facebook of failing to faithfully fight Russia's alleged attempts to influence elections
'Happy Birthday, Facebook! 15 years today -- and what a rollercoaster it has been,' reads the message released
Even as Facebook is facing a wave of criticism over issues of manipulation, misinformation, abuse and other social ills, Zuckerberg said it would be a mistake 'to overly emphasize the negative' impacts of social media and the internet
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The CEO argues that targeting ads based on interests was different from selling people's data
Is Facebook better prepared to combat election meddling in 2019?
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A new year, a new Mark Zuckerberg resolution
Zuckerberg's promise this year? To keep working on the unfinished business of 2018
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the platform has become more 'proactive' in dealing with issues facing the communities this year through various initiatives
A British parliamentary committee investigating whether the social media behemoth was being used to manipulate the results of elections publishes 250 pages of internal Facebook documents
Internal Facebook emails show the company's engineers telling management in October 2014 that Russian IP addresses were accessing 3 billion data points a day
The internal documents are said to include emails between senior Facebook staff, and express the decisions they made prior to the Cambridge Analytica breach, as well as what Facebook higher-ups knew about the company's privacy policies
'That's not the plan,' Zuckerberg tells CNN Business when asked if he would consider stepping down as chairman
An independent body to be constituted in the coming year will act as a 'higher court' of sorts, considering appeals of content removal decisions made by the social network, Zuckerberg says
A new report claims that the social network employed a firm that used smear tactics to fight back against critics, opponents
Other companies included in the survey are Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Apple
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The proposal asks that Zuckerberg be removed as chairman, and make the position independent from his role as CEO
'This is the wireless virtual reality experience we have been waiting for,' says Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg
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Zuckerberg, posting on his Facebook page, outlines a series of steps the leading social network has taken to protect against misinformation and manipulation campaigns aimed at disrupting elections.
A day before the tech hearings, Mark Zuckerberg chimes in
Facebook's definition, says UN rights expert Fionnuala Ni Aolain, equates all non-state groups that use violence in pursuit of any goals or ends to terrorist entities