Facebook Promised To Label Political Ads, But Ads For Biden, The Daily Wire, And Interest Groups Are Slipping Through
A failure in Facebook's transparency system means some election ads aren't disclosing who paid for them.
In a companywide meeting, Facebook’s CEO said recent content rules banning hate and conspiracy content were implemented because of the US presidential election and that a wide margin of victory for either candidate could prevent violence following the vote.
A new report finds “Facebook is routinely behind the curve in cracking down on domestic extremists on its platform.”
Facebook Limited The Reach Of An Unconfirmed Story About Joe Biden’s Son Hunter. Twitter Blocked It.
"In many countries, including in the US, if we have signals that a piece of content is false, we temporarily reduce its distribution pending review by a third-party fact-checker."
After being banned, some militant pages returned with different names. “We are back!” the leader of one such organization said after relaunching on the platform last month. “Help us rebuild share and invite friends.”
“How can we possibly be ready to return to the office when this entire process has been so utterly and completely mishandled?”
It Took Facebook More Than A Year — And A Whistleblower — To Remove A Troll Farm Connected To Azerbaijan's Ruling Party
Former Facebook data scientist Sophie Zhang said it took the company a year to pursue an investigation into fake accounts and comments in Azerbaijan.
The mass delusion had flourished on the social network for years before today's announcement.
Facebook Took Down A Trump Post That Compared COVID-19 To The Flu And Said That We Should Just Learn To Live With It
Twitter placed a misinformation label on the same message but did not remove it.
The company’s new funding announcement identifies two previously unknown board members.
Citing a law that dates from the Reconstruction era, four people, including the partner of a man killed during the protests, are taking the company to court.
A 6,600-word internal memo from a fired Facebook data scientist details how the social network knew about specific examples of global political manipulation — and failed to act.
When my grandfather died in April, the pandemic meant we couldn’t grieve for him properly. For my grandmother, it’s also exacerbated unspeakable loneliness and pain.
The venture capitalist and Facebook board member staked his reputation on a Trump presidency. Now what does he have to show for it?
“Facebook is broken. Another performative announcement by leadership not intended to address any issues.”
Facebook said it removed a militia event associated with the shooting of three protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It didn't. Here's what really happened, and why it could happen again.
A Kenosha Militia Facebook Event Asking Attendees To Bring Weapons Was Reported 455 Times. Moderators Said It Didn’t Violate Any Rules.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the reason the militia page and an associated event remained online after a shooting that killed two people was due to “an operational mistake.”
At a companywide meeting, Facebook's CEO also said President Donald Trump brought up China during an October dinner at the White House.
Facebook Employees Are Outraged At Mark Zuckerberg's Explanations Of How It Handled The Kenosha Violence
Following days of violence and civil unrest, Facebook employees wonder if their company is doing enough to stifle militia and QAnon groups stoking violence on the social network.
The Fires Burning In California Right Now Are Already Among The Worst In History And The Season Is Just Starting
Destructive groups of simultaneously burning wildfires have torched more than 1 million acres — about the size of Rhode Island.