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12.02.20
Facebook's cryptocurrency project rebrands as Diem
12.02.20

Facebook's cryptocurrency project rebrands as Diem

The Libra Association is dead, long live the Diem Association

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12.01.20
Facebook's first Oversight Board cases tackle hate speech and misinformation
12.01.20

Facebook's first Oversight Board cases tackle hate speech and misinformation

Nudity and pandemic misinformation are also involved.

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12.01.20
Facebook will start paying UK publishers for news stories
12.01.20

Facebook will start paying UK publishers for news stories

Launch partners include the Guardian, Daily Mirror and The Economist.

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11.30.20
Mark Zuckerberg sits down with Dr. Fauci to talk holiday COVID safety
11.30.20

Mark Zuckerberg sits down with Dr. Fauci to talk holiday COVID safety

The segment gets underway at 6 PM ET on Facebook Live.

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11.30.20
Facebook buys customer service and chatbot startup Kustomer
11.30.20

Facebook buys customer service and chatbot startup Kustomer

Kustomer will help the social media giant continue its push into online shopping.

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11.30.20
DOJ is reportedly preparing antitrust lawsuits against Facebook and Google
11.30.20

DOJ is reportedly preparing antitrust lawsuits against Facebook and Google

The antitrust pressure against both companies may increase early next year.

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11.27.20
Facebook's Libra currency could debut in a limited form early next year
11.27.20

Facebook's Libra currency could debut in a limited form early next year

The Libra Association reportedly plans to launch a single stablecoin backed by the dollar.

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11.26.20
The UK is creating a new agency to regulate Big Tech
11.26.20

The UK is creating a new agency to regulate Big Tech

The Digital Markets Unit will start working in April.

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11.25.20
Facebook fined $6.1 million in South Korea for sharing user data without consent
11.25.20

Facebook fined $6.1 million in South Korea for sharing user data without consent

A Korean commissioned determined that the social network shared 3.3 million users' data.

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