A former Cambridge Analytica executive testified in a federal bankruptcy court Thursday that the firm was trying to spin off into a new company called Anaxi Solutions.
The company rolled out new tech it says can help automatically identify pages spreading fake news.
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“It’s heartbreaking to see the images and hear the sounds of the kids,” Tim Cook said.
"Do you provide nut-free cages for children with allergies?"
Elliot Schrage is out as VP after a series of scandals that plagued him and the social network.
Should we expect our online communities to be any different to reality?
You can't bust a trust if the trust busts you first.
Tell us! We really want to know.
A new Facebook tool will let you review advertisers. It's just buried under a million menus.
Including: information about your online and offline actions and other devices on your Wi-Fi network.
La notificación que nadie necesita.
The company's reported data sharing arrangement with Chinese company Huawei has got local politicians angry.
The notification no one ever needs.
"The question is: How can Facebook be so confident?”
“We are shutting that down.”
The UK’s most senior trade official wanted the firm to spearhead a marketing campaign billed as “#dataisGREAT”, emails released to BuzzFeed News reveal.
What Trending lacked in usage it made up for in controversy, negative press coverage, and frustrations for Facebook.
Every social platform reviewed by BuzzFeed News had dealers pushing opioids and other prescription medicines.
The government says the tax will help generate revenue to provide better services, but people think it’s just a scheme to suppress free speech.
In the age of the viral doggo, shelters and rescue organizations are recognizing the need to hop aboard the meme train — or risk getting left behind.
You'd be surprised.
What Facebook's recent videos have in common is that they fail to address a vital component of the corporate apology: the company culture.
A report of the pilot being on "ice" was greatly exaggerated.
First piloted in Australia, the program will now roll out in Canada, the UK, and the US.
“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."
Thirty minutes and a little bitcoin can buy you an army of believable Facebook users.
It'll be Zuckerberg's second appearance before legislators since controversy engulfed Facebook earlier this year.
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"There is a lot more work to be done to find all the apps that may have misused people’s Facebook data," the company said in a blog post.
"I bet this family wished Australia didn't have a gun ban."
“When you see what they see, it’s going to be very terrifying for everyone.”
The feature is called "Page History" but now it's gone.
They targeted "brave Police Officers" and "Woke Blacks."
The groups, including one with more than 200,000 members, vanished after BuzzFeed News contacted Instagram.
BuzzFeed News senior technology reporter Alex Kantrowitz digs into the latest news, strategy, and inner workings of the Gang of Four.
"They've been kicked out of 109 countries. ... How can that be a coincidence?"
John Legend is living his best life inside a smart speaker, and other technological advances.
"Adventure is out there!" —Up
Facebook closed some pages of the group Generation Identity, best known for trying to stop immigrants from crossing the Mediterranean last summer.
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Facebook is now conducting an investigation into Joseph Chancellor, who cofounded a company that sold Facebook user information used by Cambridge Analytica.
The "Facebook Lottery" does not exist.
In March, the consulting firm was engulfed in controversy about how it obtained and used data on millions of Facebook users in American elections.
Laughing...until we're all using it and all our data is on it, ha ha... *cries*
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