People on Twitter hilariously dragged Mark Zuckerberg's new “metaverse” offering — a virtual reality remote work app.
The Facebook founder's clip involves a hydrofoil surfboard, the American flag and John Denver.
Facebook’s Oversight Board is upholding the suspension of former President Donald Trump from the platform for inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot … but there’s a catch.
And it's very, very weird.
Rep. Mike Doyle accused Facebook of "picking engagement and profit over the health and safety of your users, our nation, and our democracy."
During a congressional hearing on extremism and misinformation, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said former President Donald Trump “should be responsible” for inciting the deadly Capitol riot.
"The Late Late Show" host ripped the former president for "trying to develop a new persona as a tech mogul."
The MSNBC host came down hard on Mark Zuckerberg's company, labeling it a "reckless as hell" monopoly with "no accountability."
"We are not serving the community well to be recommending that content right now," said the Facebook CEO.
The congresswoman said that online radicalization on platforms like Facebook — which enjoy a "complete lack of accountability" — led to the attack.