Though Facebook determined a Hindu religious extremist group in India should be banned from its platform, it did not, fearing the safety of its staff, says a report.
The infamous APT32, also known as OceanLotus, is allegedly backed by the Vietnam government and has been tracked to a local IT firm.
Facebook wants to introduce end-to-end encryption to Messenger and Instagram messaging services to secure users' privacy but the plans have met with opposition
Mark Zuckerberg's decisiion to alter Facebook's algorithm was in a bid to throttle traffic to left-leaning news websites on its news feed
Both Google Chrome extensions harvested users' personal information from social media profiles without Facebook's and sold them as marketing intelligence
Facebook users in Illinois who featured in the platform's face templates on or after June 7, 2011, can file a claim after the company settled the $650 million class-action lawsuit
The move comes barely a couple of days after reality TV star Kim Kardashian West decided to freeze her social media accounts for 24 hours
Sophie Zhang said Facebook didn't pay enough attention to political manipulation of the platform in other countries including India due to fears of negative publicity
As the Coronavirus pandemic has made the work-from-home culture a reality, this technology may eliminate the 'virtual' word from virtual meetings
Australia is set to become the first country to make the social media companies like Google pay for news sourced from local providers.
Mark Zuckerberg publicly criticized TikTok's content censorship in his speech at Georgetown University and met the US President warning him about its potential danger
CEO Mark Zuckerberg has always believed in a simple formula: If you want to beat your rivals, either acquire them or copy them in such a way that they never recover from it
The emails in question were released this week as part of a US House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee probe
CEOs of Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon face questions on matters including antitrust and political bias.
The House panel to question them over their dominance in e-retail, smartphone software, social media and search.
Hundreds of companies have halted advertising on Facebook due to the unchecked spread of disinformation.
Facebook officially categorized accounts related to the far-right Boogaloo movement as 'Dangerous Organization Or Individual' as per its policies.
More than 120 companies are participating in the ad boycott campaign that include names like Unilever, Coca-Cola, Honda, Harshey and Verizon
Facebook content reviewers check about three million posts a day, these moderators make about three hundred thousand mistakes in 24 hours, says new report
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is a philanthropic arm that was founded by Zuckerberg along with his wife Priscilla Chan in 2015