That’s what happens when you build your company on a motto like “move fast and break things,” after all: every failure gets treated like an isolated incident, rather than part of a systemic pattern that needs systemic action.
The company's rules help to show how it distinguishes between free speech and hate speech. Judge for yourself.
The potential for Facebook to have an impact on an election was clear for at least half a decade.
Facebook made nearly $27 billion last year, but the tech giant can't seem to figure out how to fix its fake news problem on its own.
About 44 percent of the ads were seen before election, while 56 percent were seen afterward. The figures were among the data Facebook shared with Congress over concerns the ads may have influenced the 2016 presidential election.
The same company that gives you birthday reminders also helped ensure the integrity of the German elections.
And the machines are running the asylum.
Want to market Nazi memorabilia, or recruit marchers for a far-right rally? Facebook’s self-service ad-buying platform had the right audience for you.
Separating Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook is impossible, and a quick look at the company should make all of us worried about the prospect of President Zuck.
Credit reporting agencies don't have thousands of your text messages.
On Wednesday, Facebook announced that it had determined that it had sold at least $100,000 worth of politically motivated advertising to fraudulent accounts and pages linked to a Russian troll farm. Here's what we know.
Trying to block either of them, which is the only way to make sure their updates never intrude into your timeline, will result in an error message that says "this profile can’t be blocked for now."
If you own a smartphone and you don't have an app made by either Google or Facebook on it, you're part of a small minority.
Facebook is working on a video chat device for the home and a standalone smart speaker.
Free internet service for developing markets focuses on "western corporate content" and violates net neutrality principles, researchers say.
As the Facebook CEO travels across the US to "learn about people’s hopes and challenges", the cafeteria workers at his company struggle to make ends meet.
Hey you... Yeah, you... You lookin' to score some... *looks both ways* ... quality entertainment that will have you practicing your resource management and risk-reward measurement skills?
As the technology firm plans to build a village in Silicon Valley, history suggests what can sustain a company town long after its founders are gone.
Anyone could have taken over any Myspace account if they had the account owner’s listed name, username, and date of birth. Whoops!
The social network has detailed its fight against jihadist groups but has nothing to say about domestic radical groups.
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