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Instagram has helped blur the lines between personal branding and personal life—such as by encouraging people to turn their profiles into businesses.
The professional networking site won’t police misinformation generally, he says, to avoid inserting itself into messy user debates about the truth.
The company’s fact-checking policy treats people who aren’t politicians as second-class citizens.
As attorneys general from one state after another announced probes into tech giants this year, California’s was conspicuously silent. Not anymore.
Today’s brand redesign is supposed to remind you that “Facebook” is a family of apps, with a future beyond Big Blue.
Facebook’s flaws are apparent, but the CEO’s reluctance to police speech shows he stills sees it as a place that connects people and makes the world a better place.
Astrology Twitter descended when Astro Poets announced a partnership with Airbnb. Even two sacrifices to the spirits did not erase the ill will.
Twitter has decided to ban all political ads on its platform, while Facebook continues to allow even ones that lie.
Opinion: Since 2017, nearly every time the Facebook CEO has tried to sound thoughtful, he sounds unprepared, shallow, and full of hubris. Time to zip it.
The social media company will pay companies including the New York Times, WIRED—and Breitbart—to distribute their content.
Opinion: The social network needs to develop better ways to help stop the spread of millions of harmful images.
A leaked email revealed that executives at a skin-care firm showed employees how to post fake reviews. But the FTC settled without a fine or admission of guilt.
Appearing before lawmakers, the Facebook CEO is questioned sharply about Libra and discrimination. He’s also compared favorably with President Trump.
The social media company says it will more closely monitor foreign outlets, and warn users when posts are considered false—unless they’re from politicians.
The Facebook CEO didn’t announce new initiatives in a highly promoted speech, but reaffirmed his view that the company makes the world a better place.