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Sheryl Sandberg

Sheryl Sandberg Donates $100 Million to Donor-Advised Fund

Sandberg's donation to her donor advised fund comprised 880,000 of class "A" shares of Facebook, according to a regulatory filing on Wednesday.
News and Trends

How to Spot Real News from Fake News Online: A Definitive Guide

Many of these fakes originate from overseas "companies," whose members cite "income" as the primary motivating factor.
Facebook

Facebook Builds Censorship Tool to Get Back Into China

The social giant developed software that suppresses posts from appearing in people's news feeds in specific geographies.
Facebook

Facebook Drone Failure Prompts a U.S. Investigation

On top of the imperfect drone flight, it lost a satellite to SpaceX's Falcon 9 explosion on September 1st.
Facebook

Facebook's Zuckerberg Discloses Steps to Fight Fake News

He said Facebook has been working on the issue of misinformation for a long time, calling the problem complex both technically and philosophically.
Facebook

Facebook Aims for More Transparency With Video Ad Data

The world's biggest online social network on Wednesday launched a new blog on its website called Metrics FYI, where it will share updates and corrections for its data.
WhatsApp

Facebook's WhatsApp Adds Secure Video Calling Amid Privacy Concerns

The new video calling service will thus provide another means for people to communicate without fear of eavesdropping though WhatsApp does retain other data such as an individual's list of contacts.
Advertising

Google, Facebook Move to Restrict Ads on Fake News Sites

The shifts comes as Google, Facebook and Twitter face a backlash over the role they played in the U.S. presidential election.
Facebook

Facebook to Stop Ethnicity-Based Targeting for Some Ads

The feature, intended to help advertisers reach ethnic groups with relevant ads, has come under fire from politicians and civil rights leaders.
Facebook

Zuckerberg: Fake News Swaying the Election Is 'Crazy Idea'

'If you believe that, then I don't think you have internalized the message [of] Trump supporters,' the Facebook CEO said.
Facebook

Facebook Is Once Again Putting the $41 Billion Computer Network Industry to Shame

The new network, Backpack, will be shared with the world for free.
Entrepreneur Network

How to Spy on Your Competitors's Facebook Ad Targeting

Find out why you're seeing those sponsored posts on your Facebook Newsfeed.
Social Media

Why the Election Proves There's Room for Both Facebook and Twitter

The 2016 election season has shed light on how Americans engage in conversation about politics.
Facebook

Facebook Takes on LinkedIn with New Job Opening Features

With Facebook's jobs features, companies could drive more traffic to their Facebook pages while allowing them to pay the social network to get their job openings in front of more candidates.
Presidential Elections

It's Election Day: Is Facebook Influencing Your Voting Decision?

Because Facebook's newsfeed algorithm gives you the news you 'want' to see, it's an echo chamber of your political biases.