Facebook tightens safeguards against hate-driven targeted ads
It's promising more human oversight, including help from users.
Facebook's 'Lite' app has over 200 million users (updated)
Plus it's getting faster, and easier to use if you share accounts.
Mark Zuckerberg lightly criticizes Trump order on immigration
He follows Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's post yesterday also criticizing an executive order.
Facebook teases an app that makes live video look like fine art
It's like Prisma, but live.
Facebook's board of directors re-elects Peter Thiel
Even though Thiel's personal politics no longer line up with the social network's own mission.
Peter Thiel is staying on Facebook's board of directors
COO Sheryl Sandberg stated that his fight against Gawker is something Thiel did 'on his own.'
Tech giants push Congress for K-12 computer science education
No coder left behind.
What becomes of Facebook when people start to value privacy?
We’ve learned to protect our online image, but that's inconvenient for a site that wants every gory detail of our lives.
Facebook's Sandberg says a 'like' attack can help fight ISIS
Counter-speech, she said, is an effective method at fighting hate.