Four people are behind a federal lawsuit against Facebook, accused shooter Kyle Rittenhouse, and a former Kenosha alderman.
Lawmakers are increasingly turning to a new ally in their efforts to track foreign election interference.
Celebs are taking part in a 24-hour Instagram “freeze” to protest against the failure of Facebook to stop hateful content and curb election misinformation.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had a tense clash with Axios editor-in-chief Mike Allen over the suggestion that Facebook is a "right-wing echo chamber."
Facebook announced a new research partnership to study the role its social media platforms have on society during elections.
The Australian measure would require Facebook to compensate media organizations for its use of their stories.
The account claimed it would be holding parties at foreign consulates to avoid COVID-19 restrictions at ASU, although there has been no evidence that any person associated with the account has thrown any coronavirus-related parties.
President Donald Trump expressed appreciation for support from QAnon conspiracy believers, who claim that Trump is saving the world from a satanic pedophile cult run within the ranks of the “deep state.”
Facebook says it will restrict the right-wing conspiracy movement QAnon and will no longer recommend that users join groups supporting it, although the company isn’t banning it outright.
The platform had temporarily banned ads and listings for hand sanitizer and wipes to help protect against inflated prices and hoarding amid the pandemic.
Beginning Thursday, U.S. Facebook users who post about voting may start seeing an addendum to their messages -- labels directing readers to authoritative information about the upcoming presidential election.
A Facebook post promising three free pizzas is fake, but that hasn't stopped people from sharing it thousands of times.
Facebook removed a video posted by President Donald Trump for promoting false and misleading information about the coronavirus pandemic, the company said Wednesday.
Four Big Tech CEOs are set to answer for their companies’ practices before Congress as a House panel caps its yearlong investigation of market dominance in the industry.
This week, the social network applied labels to posts by President Donald Trump and by Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, among others.
The country’s leading infectious disease expert is slated to talk with the social media CEO during a July 16 chat on Facebook.
The social media giant announced the ban on June 30.
Starbucks and Coca-Cola are just some of the companies which have publicly announced their support in recent days for the “Stop Hate for Profit” campaign.
“The policies we’re implementing today are designed to address the reality of the challenges our country is facing and how they’re showing up across our community,” Mark Zuckerberg wrote on his Facebook page announcing the changes.
Patagonia, REI and Northface are just some of the companies which have publicly announced their support in recent days for the campaign.