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Twitter says Online Safety Bill needs more clarity
Government plans for social media regulation need "far more clarity", a Twitter boss has told the BBC.
Facebook agrees to pay French media publishers over copyright
The social media giant reached an agreement with some French dailies just weeks after signing an agreement with newspapers Le Monde and Le Figaro.
New Facebook whistleblower claims execs downplayed Russian interference, hate speech: report
The claims purportedly corroborated many recent allegations by Frances Haugen, another former Facebook employee
What is Donald Trump’s social media platform TRUTH Social?
Is Donald Trump’s big comeback about sincerity and TRUTH? Here’s everything you need to know about this new social media platform.
From Election Misinformation To Harming Children, Leaks Inundate Facebook
Facebook's tenacious efforts to fend off critics is not likely to appease elected officials openly calling for action against the tech giant.
Eswatini protests: Nurses refuse to treat police after colleagues shot
The health workers say security forces injured 30 colleagues when they opened fire at a protest.
Investors go crazy for Trump social network
Donald Trump’s announcement of his own social media network after being kicked off Twitter and Facebook has sparked a frenzy from investors eager to get on board.
Sea Turtle Conservation Team Takes Awareness To Anegada
The Sustaining Turtles, Environment, Economies, and Livelihoods (STEEL) Project team recently visited Anegada to educate stakeholders and students about the project and importance of sea turtles in the Virgin Islands.
Group that spread false Covid claims doubled Facebook interactions in six months
Revelations about World Doctors Alliance pages raise questions about platform’s efforts to control misinformation
France hails victory as Facebook agrees to pay newspapers for content
Social media firm announces deal after long-running battle with national and regional newspapers
Facebook signs copyright agreement with French media after prolonged talks, paving way for tech giant to pay for news content
Tech giant Facebook has reached an agreement with parts of the French press concerning the copyrights of articles and stories shared on its platform. The firm also announced the launch of Facebook News in France, due in 2022.
Pinterest shares soar amid reports of $39bn takeover by PayPal
Paypal approached digital pinboard site Pinterest, which has 478m active users, about possible acquisition, Bloomberg News reports
UK competition watchdog slaps Facebook with £50 million fine for information breach
Facebook has been fined £50.5 million by the British government for breaching an order imposed by the Competition and Markets Authority concerning the tech giant’s purchase of video database company Giphy.
Fake Edward Snowden Account Removed From Telegram After Whistleblower's Outburst
Snowden previously reposted a comment saying that he had become the target of a scam network trying to promote a questionable cryptocurrency.
Facebook ‘to change its name as part of rebrand’
Facebook is planning to change its name as part of a dramatic company rebrand, according to reports.
Facebook is planning to rebrand the company with a new name
Mark Zuckerberg wants to be known for building the metaverse
Facebook Receives Warnings from U.S. Senators After Novi Wallet Launch
Facebook launched its Novi wallet in a limited pilot program, according to a press release. After the launch of Novi, Facebook received immediately warnings from by Elizabeth Warren and other U.S. senators.
Facebook bets big on the metaverse - but what is it?
'Metaverse' refers to the merging of physical, augmented, and virtual reality in a shared online space. Facebook thinks it's the future of the internet.
Facebook To Pay Up To $14.25 Million To Settle US Employment Discrimination Claims
Kristen Clarke, assistant US attorney general for the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, called the agreement with Facebook historic.
Apparently, it's the next big thing. What is the metaverse?
Facebook has just announced it's going to hire 10,000 people in Europe to develop the "metaverse".
How Mexico's Cartels Use Video Games to Recruit Children
Mexican criminal groups have hit on a new way to recruit vulnerable young people into their ranks: reaching out to them while they play video games.
Facebook to hire 10,000 in EU to work on metaverse
Facebook is planning to hire 10,000 people in the European Union to develop a so-called metaverse.
Facebook denies weak performance on hateful content
Facebook has denied allegations that its algorithms only remove a small number of posts containing hate speech.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos 'may have lied to Congress'
Executives at Amazon, including founder Jeff Bezos, may have misled or lied to Congress about the firm's business practices, top US lawmakers have said.
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