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Facebook to Slap Labels on Newsworthy, But Rule-Breaking Posts From Politicians
In some cases, Facebook will leave up a rule-breaking post from an elected official because it's been declared 'newsworthy and in the public interest.' Now the company is going to label such posts to make this distinction clear.
Internal Strife Rages At Facebook Over Zuckerberg's Response to Trump
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Friday the company would leave up a post by President Trump which appeared to threaten U.S. protesters. Twitter placed the same post behind a block for "glorifying violence."
Facebook Moves to Let More Employees Work From Home Permanently
The only catch? Facebook is indicating it'll lower the pay for employees who move out of a Silicon Valley, which has a high cost of living.
Facebook's Global Currency Plans Were Always Doomed
The Libra climbdown just confirms it.
9 Billionaires Who Are Stepping Up During the Pandemic
These nine billionaires are proving its possible to do well and do good at the same time.
Tech Billionaires Including Tim Cook, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg Promised 18 Million Masks to Fight COVID-19
This weekend saw a flurry in Silicon Valley CEOs promising their companies would donate masks to healthcare workers.
Zuckerberg: I Don't Care If You Like Me, I Just Want To Be Understood
'In order to be trusted, people need to know what you stand for,' Facebook's CEO said on Wednesday. As a result, expect Zuckerberg and his company to better clarify their positions on various matters over the coming year.
Tim Cook Subtly Dinged Mark Zuckerburg by Saying Augmented Reality Doesn't Isolate People Like Other Technologies
The Apple CEO seemed to criticize virtual reality technology, which Facebook has invested heavily in
A Closer Look at Mark Zuckerberg's "Next Decade" Manifesto
Reading between the lines of his manifesto for 2030.
An Ex-Facebooker Devastatingly Piled Into Mark Zuckerberg's Stance Allowing Politicians to Lie in Ads
Facebook's former head of global elections integrity voiced her concerns in a 'Washington Post' op-ed.