Nextdoor’s approach to content moderation doesn’t always work.
A recent shopping spree is giving some folks Instagram-in-2012 vibes
It involves how it should handle private residential information.
The Facebook executive, still Silicon Valley's most powerful woman, has a lower profile that raises questions about her future.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company will allow all full-time employees to work from home if their jobs can be done remotely.
Facebook plans to launch a new payout interface.
Facebook has agreed to follow some of the board’s nonbinding recommendations regarding the Donald Trump suspension. That’s progress.
Why is he abetting Trump while civil rights leaders and his own employees rebuke him? It's about dominance.
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WhatsApp has "rarely engaged with national governments in court," the NYT notes.
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Some 44 attorneys general from the US urged the Facebook CEO to drop plans for a version of Instagram for kids under 13.
A dark new world of private government is upon us.
The social media giant's third-party review panel upheld Facebook's ban on Donald Trump. A corporate governance expert explains why Facebook created the Oversight Board.
The panel of about 20 people, including academics and political leaders, upheld the company’s ban of former President Donald J. Trump.
The trouble with waiting to address problems long after you know that they exist.