House Speaker Nancy Pelos says she believes Facebook doesn’t “care about the truth,” is complicit in “misleading the American people” and only wants “tax cuts and no antitrust action against them.”
"They have said very blatantly, very clearly, that they intend to be accomplices for misleading the American people, with money from God knows where."
The "Star Wars" actor said he was “so disappointed" the Facebook CEO “values profit more than truthfulness."
The social media platform will continue to allow lies and misinformation in political ads.
Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth also said that the president's victory was not a result of outside influence but of clever digital advertising.
It's unclear what that means, but in terms of followers or likes, the president does not make Facebook's top 20.
The British actor and comedian called the Facebook founder and CEO a friendless, “misguided child."
The California Consumer Privacy Act is attempting to rewrite the rules of the internet.
By silencing victims, Instagram emboldens abusers.
"Why is Facebook taking money from ambulance-chasing law firms for ads that are helping the spread of HIV?” said a co-founder of the PrEP4All Collaboration.
The accounts were removed and permanently banned for “coordinated inauthentic behavior on behalf of a government or foreign actor,” Facebook said.
Gruesome photos of Bianca Devins’ murder went viral on Instagram. Her family wants answers.
End-to-end encryption locks up messages so that not even Facebook can read their contents.
Marketers of legal cannabidiol products are being deplatformed for breaking a rule they didn’t know existed.
“Facebook’s ad policies as they currently stand enable dangerous, abusive behavior," the CEO of the Democratic National Committee wrote.
Marine researchers in Scotland called the discovery both "stunning" and "shameful."
The social media giant's CEO reiterated his decision to not remove political ads that contain knowingly false and erroneous information.
"This was a miss on our part," the social network giant said.
Facebook has made millions of dollars off a shady gun group that cons its customers — potentially into breaking the law.
The former Fox News host boosted a get-rich-quick company that promised to make you a millionaire and stop cancer, too.