Facebook has said it will flag all “newsworthy” posts from politicians that break its rules, including those from US President Donald Trump.
Ben & Jerry’s has become the latest business to join a growing list of firms pulling advertising from Facebook over the platform’s failure to do more to remove hate speech.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has defended the platform’s decision to fact-check Donald Trump’s tweets after Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg questioned the move.
Half of Facebook’s workforce could shift to permanent home working by the end of the decade, founder Mark Zuckerberg has revealed.
Facebook’s business-focused platform has gained two million paid users in little over six months, the social network has revealed.
Mark Zuckerberg has defended Facebook’s record of combating misinformation on the social network during the coronavirus outbreak.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has said he is worried that China-style regulation of internet platforms could be replicated in other countries, as leaders across the world consider greater online laws.
Facebook says it plans to invest 5.7 billion dollars (£4.6bn) in India’s telecom giant Reliance Jio.
Facebook is rolling out a coronavirus symptom-tracker survey globally which will appear at the top of users’ News Feeds on the social network.
Mark Zuckerberg has continued to defend Facebook’s stance on political advertising, saying the public should be able to judge “the character of politicians” for themselves.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has stood by his company’s decision to run political adverts after Twitter announced it would ban them.
Twitter is banning all political advertising from its service, saying social media companies give advertisers an unfair advantage in proliferating highly targeted, misleading messages.
Sir Nick Clegg has been challenged about Facebook’s rules on political advertising as the possibility of a UK general election looms over Westminster.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has drawn criticism after restrictions were placed on news coverage of an event he was speaking at to promote free expression.
Mark Zuckerberg has defended the public right to freedom of expression and criticised the Chinese state’s censorship of protesters.
Mark Zuckerberg has defended his decision to take meetings with leading conservative figures in the US, following suggestions that the social network’s founder is trying to appease the US government amid scrutiny of the company.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has called an EU ruling that allows a country to order the removal of defamatory material globally as a “troubling development”.
Mark Zuckerberg does not see the need for him to attend hearings across the globe scrutinising Facebook’s practices, according to leaked audio from an internal meeting.
Facebook has said it expects to name the first members of a new quasi-independent oversight board by the end of the year.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has admitted the social network took too long to notice an edited video of US congresswoman Nancy Pelosi that made her speech appear slurred.
A manipulated video appearing to show Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg talking about him being “one man with total control of billions of people’s stolen data” will not be removed, the social network has said.
Facebook bosses have lost control of the social network and is unlikely to regain it, a former Harvard classmate of Mark Zuckerberg has claimed.
France has welcomed Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg with a threat of sweeping new regulation.
The co-founder of Facebook has called for the social network to be broken up, labelling the power of chief executive Mark Zuckerberg “unprecedented and un-American”.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to start a “new chapter” for the social network as he unveiled the company’s plans to improve privacy.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg is turning his hand to podcasting in a bid to be more open about the thinking behind the social network’s practices and future development.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has assured senior Irish politicians he will work with governments to establish new policies in a bid to regulate social media.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is discussing the regulation of social media with senior politicians in Dublin.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is to discuss regulation of social media with senior politicians in Dublin.
Facebook wants to create a new section dedicated to high-quality and trusted news that could offer new ways to support funding for journalism, the social network’s boss Mark Zuckerberg has revealed.