Facebook releases Zuckerberg’s upcoming testimony in defense of Libra
He'll present his arguments to Congress tomorrow.
Facebook's version of political neutrality isn't neutral
Its stance isn't working.
Senate bill aims to make user data 'portable' across social networks
The bi-partisan legislation is meant to help smaller companies compete.
Nearly every state AG has joined NY's Facebook antitrust investigation
Attorneys general from eight states and DC opened the investigation last month.
Amazon joins Facebook's fight against deepfakes
Facebook is also releasing 5,000 sample videos to help research.
Facebook’s 2020 election 'protections' still allow for lying politicians
At least Pages will be transparent.
Instagram test helps you choose people to unfollow
Groups would help you cut users you rarely see in your feed.
WSJ: Facebook's news tab could launch by the end of the month
Now that it's cut a deal with News Corp to supply headlines.
Facebook is developing anti-predator measures to protect children
The company is reportedly working on ways to prevent predators from contacting children on its platforms.