In a brutally honest note about his departure, Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos calls on his colleagues “to intentionally not collect data where possible” and listen to people when they say a feature is “creepy.”
The Facebook CEO later clarified, "I personally find Holocaust denial deeply offensive. ... Our goal with fake news is not to prevent anyone from saying something untrue — but to stop fake news and misinformation spreading across our services."
Federal agencies are asking whether Facebook’s disclosures about the breach were accurate and timely.
Elliot Schrage is out as VP after a series of scandals that plagued him and the social network.
Facebook Has Been Sharing User Data With Chinese Phone Manufacturers, And One US Lawmaker Is Worried
"The question is: How can Facebook be so confident?”
“How do you want to be remembered? As one of the three internet giants together with Bill Gates and Steve Jobs?”
"Perhaps you’re horrified of this creation of yours and what it’s led to."
It'll be Zuckerberg's second appearance before legislators since controversy engulfed Facebook earlier this year.
A responsibility "to find common ground."
Laughing...until we're all using it and all our data is on it, ha ha... *cries*
The company has partnered with a third-party fact-checking organization in India to debunk misinformation ahead of key state elections in the country next month.
It’s Friday and my editor said I could write this.
Facebook Said Hate Groups Aren't Allowed On The Site. Now It Has Shut Down White Nationalist Richard Spencer's Accounts
The pages were booted from Facebook just days after CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the social network wouldn't tolerate hate groups. His Instagram account was also taken down.
This Veteran Association Wants Facebook To Combat Fake Pages Targeting Retired Military Service Members
"Our population is extremely vulnerable to that type of thing,” an official from Vietnam Veterans of America told BuzzFeed News.
Washington is blaming Facebook for problems that emerged long before social networking — and ignoring its own role in the crisis.
“It was funny to me to see all this big deal being made out of what Cambridge Analytica did — what I’m able to do with the options Facebook gives me is better.”
A hoax about Facebook's security settings has gone viral worldwide.
Mark Zuckerberg seemed uncomfortable answering questions about how Facebook tracks you when you're not on Facebook. We went to Facebook's website to find out exactly what's happening.
Facebook says its mission is to “give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.” That’s a fun thing to say on an investor page, but it leaves a lingering question: Okay, but then what?
Mark Zuckerberg Tells Congress: No, Facebook Wasn't Invented To Rank Hot Girls, That Was My Other Website
I really gotta rewatch The Social Network.
The world's largest democracy is in danger of having its biggest elections influenced through the internet — but so far, US tech companies' efforts to fix ongoing problems have been limited.
Mark Zuckerberg's promise to develop new AI tools to proactively address Facebook’s content problem allows the social network to abdicate responsibility for problems on its platform, and at scale.
The social network's CEO spent hours answering senators' questions about privacy, data breaches, and user rights Tuesday.
The personal data of 87 million Facebook users may have been mishandled, but hey, memes!
Facebook has had lots of scandals. See if you can guess when its CEO actually apologized.
As many as 87 million people had their Facebook data inappropriately accessed. Here's how to check if you're one of them.
The open letter from human rights activists and independent media groups in Vietnam criticizing Mark Zuckerberg comes ahead of his Congressional hearings and amid a rising tide of global criticism over Facebook’s content moderation policies.
Facebook’s CEO is expected to testify in front of US senators on Tuesday. At least one may ask about his company’s role in spreading hate speech in a country that’s been beset by ethnic conflict.
"We believe your system, in this case, was us — and we were far from systematic,” a group of six Myanmar-based NGOs said in an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg released Thursday.
Why is a privacy feature used by Facebook's CEO not available to normal users?