Facebook is rebranding to FACEBOOK.
The company says it won’t be fact-checking ads run by British political parties and candidates ahead of the historic Parliamentary election next month.
How are you feeling about the news involving Facebook, Twitter, and more this month?
Facebook eats the £500,000 fine, which is basically a drop in the ocean.
Twitter has announced a blanket ban on all political and issue-based advertising across its site,
The updated standards clamp down on the use of sexual emoji.
It exploited a vulnerability in the encrypted messaging app to infect over 1,400 phones with malware.
Dissenting employees are calling the policy “a threat to what [Facebook] stands for.”
Time will tell if this somehow works out to everyone’s benefit or becomes another ruin in Facebook’s wake.
As on representative said in a comically flat conclusion to the testimony: “I’m not sure we learned anything new here.”
Expect lots of question dodging.
I can't delete my account because I'm addicted to the local marketplace listings for terrible furniture.
Facebook is preparing to deal with a potential influx of nonsense ahead of a potential general election with new verification tools.
I can’t put an image in a headline, so just visualise the little eyes emoji there at the end.
The slow march to death for Facebook’s forthcoming cryptocurrency continues.
Have we learned nothing from the FaceApp fiasco, people?