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Starbucks pauses social media ads amid Facebook boycott call

Starbucks has become the latest company to say it will suspend social media adverts after a campaign led by civil rights organisations called for...

Facebook removes Trump adverts over Nazi symbol

Facebook has removed campaign adverts by President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence that featured an upside-down red triangle, a symbol used by...

Facebook launches voter information centre amid concern over Trump posts

Facebook is launching a widespread effort to boost US voter turnout and provide authoritative information about voting ahead of this year’s presidential election. However, it...

Mark Zuckerberg criticises Twitter over fact-checking Trump tweets

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. Earlier this week,...

Surge in paid users on Facebook’s business platform amid home-working boom

Facebook’s business-focused platform has gained two million paid users in little over six months, the social network has revealed. Workplace from Facebook, the tech giant’s...

Zuckerberg: Half of Facebook staff could be home working by end of decade

Half of Facebook’s workforce could shift to permanent home working by the end of the decade, founder Mark Zuckerberg has revealed. The social network’s chief...

Zuckerberg wants West to lead the way on internet laws before China does

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...

Facebook flags 50m misleading coronavirus posts

More than 5m pieces of content were given warning labels on Facebook for being misleading in relation to coronavirus, the social network has revealed. Publishing...

First Facebook Oversight Board members confirmed

Facebook has announced the first members of its new Oversight Board, the independent body which will have the final say on content allowed on...

Facebook aims to take on Zoom with launch of Messenger Rooms

Facebook is introducing new Messenger Rooms which can host groups of people on video – including those who do not have an account. The social...

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