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Facebook launches climate science info center amid fake news criticism
September 15, 2020
Facebook launches climate science info center amid fake news criticism
BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook on Tuesday launched a climate science information center to elevate credible sources on climate change, as critics question its role in the spread of misinformation
Facebook says Russian influence campaign targeted left-wing voters in US, UK
September 2, 2020
Facebook says Russian influence campaign targeted left-wing voters in US, UK
LONDON (Reuters) - A Russian influence operation posed as an independent news outlet to target left-wing voters in the United States and Britain, including by recruiting freelance journalists to write
Facebook lifts block on pro-Biden ad, citing 'enforcement error'
September 1, 2020
Facebook lifts block on pro-Biden ad, citing 'enforcement error'
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc said it had erred in blocking a pro-Biden ad submitted by Democratic political action committee Priorities USA, after initially telling the group the video
Facebook says Apple rejected its attempt to tell users about App Store fees
August 28, 2020
Facebook says Apple rejected its attempt to tell users about App Store fees
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc told Reuters that Apple Inc rejected its attempt to tell users the iPhone maker would take a 30% cut of sales in a new
Facebook shares data on Myanmar with United Nations investigators
August 26, 2020
Facebook shares data on Myanmar with United Nations investigators
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook says it has shared data with United Nations investigators probing international crimes in Myanmar, after the lead investigator said the company was withholding evidence. A Facebook
Three Muslims martyred in India's Bengaluru as Facebook post sparks clashes
August 12, 2020
Three Muslims martyred in India's Bengaluru as Facebook post sparks clashes
BENGALURU (Reuters) – At least three Muslims were martyred overnight after an offensive Facebook post sparked protests in the Indian city of Bengaluru. Police officers opened fire on the protesters,
Big Tech CEOs to defend their companies before US Congress by listing competitors
July 29, 2020
Big Tech CEOs to defend their companies before US Congress by listing competitors
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chief executives of four of the world’s largest tech companies, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc, Apple and Alphabet’s Google, plan to argue in a congressional hearing on
Facebook takes down accounts and pages of Trump ally Roger Stone
July 9, 2020
Facebook takes down accounts and pages of Trump ally Roger Stone
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc removed 50 personal and professional pages connected to US President Donald Trump’s longtime adviser Roger Stone, who is due to report to prison next week. The social
Facebook bans accounts linked to anti-government US 'boogaloo' movement
July 1, 2020
Facebook bans accounts linked to anti-government US 'boogaloo' movement
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc stepped up the battle against the amorphous anti-government “boogaloo” movement, banning accounts of adherents who encouraged violence during recent anti-racism protests across the US. The social media
Biden campaign asks Twitter, Facebook to remove Trump posts bashing mail-in voting
June 23, 2020
Biden campaign asks Twitter, Facebook to remove Trump posts bashing mail-in voting
(Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s political campaign has asked social media giants Facebook and Twitter to remove posts by Republican President Donald Trump that it said made false
Facebook takes down Trump ads over 'organized hate' policy
June 19, 2020
Facebook takes down Trump ads over 'organized hate' policy
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said it took down posts and ads run by the re-election campaign of US President Donald Trump for violating its policy against organized hate. The ads showed
US court asked to force Facebook to release Myanmar officials' data for genocide case
June 10, 2020
US court asked to force Facebook to release Myanmar officials' data for genocide case
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Lawyers bringing a case before the World Court accusing Myanmar of genocide against its Rohingya Muslim minority have asked a US district court to order Facebook to
Early Facebook staffers denounce Zuckerberg stance on Trump posts
June 4, 2020
Early Facebook staffers denounce Zuckerberg stance on Trump posts
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Nearly three dozen former employees from Facebook’s early days on Wednesday blasted Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg’s decision not to act against incendiary posts by US President
Facebook staffers walk out saying Trump's posts should be reined in
June 2, 2020
Facebook staffers walk out saying Trump's posts should be reined in
(Reuters) - Facebook employees walked away from their work-from-home desks on Monday and took to Twitter to accuse Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg of inadequately policing US President Donald Trump’s posts
Facebook's Zuckerberg faces employee blowback over ruling on Trump comments
June 1, 2020
Facebook's Zuckerberg faces employee blowback over ruling on Trump comments
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Facebook employees critical of CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s decision not to remove an inflammatory comment from US President Donald Trump took their dissent public over the weekend
Zuckerberg distances Facebook from Twitter in Trump fight
May 29, 2020
Zuckerberg distances Facebook from Twitter in Trump fight
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg took pains to distance his company from Twitter and its fight with US President Donald Trump on Thursday, as the White
Facebook reports spike in takedowns of hate speech, terrorism
May 13, 2020
Facebook reports spike in takedowns of hate speech, terrorism
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc reported a sharp increase in the number of posts it removed for promoting violence and hate speech across its apps, which it attributed to
Facebook gets rid of 'pseudoscience' ad-targeting category
April 24, 2020
Facebook gets rid of 'pseudoscience' ad-targeting category
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc has removed “pseudoscience” as an option for advertisers that want to target audiences, a category available until this week even as the world’s largest social media
Australia plans law forcing Google, Facebook to share ad revenue with domestic media firms
April 20, 2020
Australia plans law forcing Google, Facebook to share ad revenue with domestic media firms
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will pass legislation within months obliging Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to share advertising revenue with local media firms, the country’s treasurer said on Monday,
Washington AG sues Facebook over political ads
April 15, 2020
Washington AG sues Facebook over political ads
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Washington state’s attorney general filed a second lawsuit against Facebook Inc over political ads on Tuesday, saying the social media giant once again failed to make
Facebook launches new chat app for couples
April 8, 2020
Facebook launches new chat app for couples
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc on Tuesday launched a new messaging app for couples called “Tuned” that allows them to chat, share photos and music as well as have a timeline
Facebook launches fact-checking service on WhatsApp in Italy to fight coronavirus hoaxes
April 3, 2020
Facebook launches fact-checking service on WhatsApp in Italy to fight coronavirus hoaxes
MILAN (Reuters) - Facebook Inc. launched a service in Italy to check the accuracy of information on coronavirus circulating on its messaging platform WhatsApp, the US tech firm said. In a
'Humor is healing': Laughter soothes nerves during COVID-19 trauma
March 25, 2020
'Humor is healing': Laughter soothes nerves during COVID-19 trauma
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Americans are employing humor as a balm to soothe nerves during the coronavirus pandemic, flocking to new Instagram stars like Quentin Quarantino and sharing Facebook memes
Facebook says coronavirus hits advertising sales
March 25, 2020
Facebook says coronavirus hits advertising sales
(Reuters) - Facebook said the coronavirus outbreak was undercutting sales of the advertising that accounts for nearly all of its revenue, even as more users spend time on the social