Social media giant #Facebook announced that it would flag all "newsworthy" posts by politicians that break its rules, including those of US President #DonaldTrump.
The U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday it was opening an investigation of major digital tech firms on whether they engage in anticompetitive practices.
Facebook got a lashing by Senate lawmakers from both sides of the aisle on Tuesday over plans for its cryptocurrency and from House lawmakers investigating big tech’s monopoly in the digital space.
Under mounting pressure to get hate speech off its platform, Facebook on Thursday said it booted off half a dozen controversial personalities, including Alex Jones and InfoWars.
The first concrete steps in its plan to refashion itself into a private messaging and e-commerce company.
What's the cost for Facebook's massive data privacy breach that's rocked the company in the past year? Facebook thinks it could be as much as $5 billion dollars.
Facebook announced on Wednesday it will ban praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism on Facebook and Instagram starting next week.
Just days after CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed a plan to pivot the world’s biggest social network to an encryption-focused messaging company.
Facebook faces fresh controversy after media reports that it paid teens to install an app that harvested their most private data.
The Dow surged above 25,000 in a broad rally Wednesday before big momentum stocks Facebook, Tesla and Microsoft reported their results.
Facebook is now testing a new label called ‘things in common’, which, as the name suggests, will show you what you share with random people on the social platform.
Social media giant Facebook has announced its three-pronged strategy to combat fake news. The strategy to counter fake news involves removing accounts and content that violate its policies.
Facebook produced another stellar earnings report in the first quarter on Wednesday, despite facing its biggest challenge ever from a major data breach scandal.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg emerged from 10 hours of questions over two days from nearly 100 U.S. lawmakers largely unscathed.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's House testimony saw lawmakers make a harder push on doing more to protect and give consumers more control of personal data.