Tech giant expanding inquiry after MPs criticize depth of first investigation
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Such people would be "central" in their social networks, and thus likelier to spread disease-causing germs from one group to another.
Activist Max Schrems can take Facebook's Irish division to court in Austria over alleged privacy breaches, ECJ adviser says
Facebook reveals amount of political content spread in US by Russian accounts far greater than previously thought
Government prosecutors demand personal data related to Facebook pages critical of White House
Vera Jourova, the European Commissioner for Justice and Consumer Affairs, said she had revealed her decision to staff during a meeting to discuss a new code of conduct for dealing with hate speech.
Regulator says company must agree to store data on Russian citizens on servers located within the country
Public anger against the billions of euros earned by online behemoths is growing louder in Europe and EU finance ministers meeting in Estonia pledged to make sure the companies pay a fairer tax.
The world's biggest social network announced the change after the nonprofit investigative news site Pro Publica on Thursday revealed how advertisers could target messages to demographic categories including anti-Semitic segments.
Company finds fraudulent accounts spent $100,000 on ads during 2016 election cycle
A source close to the matter confirmed a New York Times report on Friday that Facebook took the unusual step of creating an app called Colorful Balloons and releasing it through a local company with no hint that the social network was involved.
The court in the Baltic state rejected the appeal of suspect Evaldas Rimasauskas against an earlier extradition order due to the "possible damage" he caused to US-registered companies.
Foundation in memory of British lawmaker murdered by far-right extremist backs tech giant's campaign
Facebook is under global pressure to clamp down on hate speech, violent threats or deliberately misleading information on their platform -- with efforts showing varying degrees of success.
The huge social network said that the new design will offer a "carousel" with a variety of websites.
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has written about a meeting he has had with Muslim students from Dearbon, Michigan (USA).
Social media giant says it acted in good faith during 2014 takeover
Thailand ferociously enforces a draconian lese majeste law which outlaws any criticism of the monarchy.
3,000 new hires to help remove distressing videos
Facebook, which came under criticism for its role in the spread of misinformation during the 2016 US presidential campaign, has argued the platform did not play a major role in influencing voters.