Facebook starts verifying political advertisers in the US
The platform will snail mail advertisers a special code to their chosen address.
Facebook details its fight to stop terrorist content
Nearly all of the content it has removed this year was spotted by AI tools.
Why is a celebrity personal-finance guru suing Facebook?
Because he's tired of being the face of crypto scams.
Facebook explains what advertisers know about you
It's hoping to quell lingering fears from the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
After Math: Number stations
If you squint hard enough, the pattern becomes clear.
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More Facebook videos will get pre-roll ads soon
The social network is expanding its tests, and outlined the types of content that won't qualify for monetization.
I believe in free speech, but Minds makes me queasy
The lack of moderation is a blessing for some of its users.
FTC-mandated audit cleared Facebook's privacy policies in 2017
And it happened after it knew about the Cambridge Analytica breach.