Mark Zuckerberg says social media companies should not be the arbiter of truth after Trump threatened Twitter with 'big action'.
US's billionaires saw their net worth jump $434 billion in the first two months of pandemic, led by Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook along with warning messages in respective languages to users who have clicked on, liked or shared fake news will launch another feature 'Get The Facts'
World's billionaires have stepped up to contain the novel coronavirus pandemic, as global death toll has surpassed 15,000
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that it will block all users trying to run false ads and spread misinformation on coronavirus
Billionaire philanthropist George Soros called for the removal of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg while discussing about the policy on political ads
During a conference in Germany, the Facebook founder and CEO said that online content regulation should be somewhere between the rules used for the telecoms and media industries
A large number of employees will be hired in Facebook's Community Integrity team, who will be specifically assigned to take down harmful content
The plaintiffs in the lawsuit have alleged Facebook of inappropriately revoking developer access to its platform in order to harm the companies
Facebook purchased Oculus in 2014 for $2 billion following the Federal Communications Commission approval for the acquisition
Facebook also it removed more than 99 percent of content related to terror network al-Qaeda and the Islamic State
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Brian Acton said that people should logout and delete Facebook from their lives.
Leading social media and tech firms -- Google and Facebook -- have come under the scanner for their failure to safeguard data privacy laws and contain spread of misinformation
Google has been reportedly holding several discussions to change its political ad policy
Facebook has been alleged multiple times for promoting discriminatory ads on its platform earlier in 2016
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has defended his decision to allow politicians to spread false information on its social media platform.
Facebook has been found guilty of failing to safeguard users' data, by allowing Cambridge Analytica to harvest data of more than 87 million people worldwide without their consent
Social media giant Facebook has rolled out a new tool that tricks the facial recognition system to wrongly identify a person in a video.
Deepfakes that seem "perfectly real" and hard to detect will appear within a few months, artist Hao Li has said.
Alphabet's Larry Page, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, and Apple's Tim Cook are given time until October 14 to file replies