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Culture Secretary Follows Zuckerberg to US Since He Won’t Come Here

Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has flown to California to track down Mark Zuckerberg for a meeting, since he flat-out refused to come and answer the government's questions on these shores. Read More >>

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Facebook is an ‘Innovator in Privacy,’ Says Guy Who Runs Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is fond of suggesting that all the criticism of his globe-spanning social media empire comes from either the misinformed or the malicious. In fact, Facebook is really all about protecting the privacy of its users! That’s the line he took in a Wednesday interview with Harvard Law Professor Jonathan Zittrain, CNBC reported. Read More >>

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Facebook Says It Needs to Collect All Your Data to Protect Against Terrorism and Child Abuse

Facebook was slapped with a ruling in Germany today that limits how the social media giant can collect data across its multiple platforms, like WhatsApp and Instagram. And Facebook is not happy about it, to say the least. The company says it’s collecting all of that data for your own good. They’re simply using their data sharing methods to protect you against terrorism and child abuse, according to Facebook. Seriously. Read More >>

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As Long as Mark Zuckerberg Thinks Facebook Is the Internet, He’ll Never Be Sorry

Happy Zuckerversary! Facebook officially turned 15-years-old on Monday, and its founder has blessed us with yet another blog post explaining how he sees his own creation in its terrible teens. After all this time, Mark Zuckerberg still either can’t or won’t accept that he runs a platform, not the internet. Read More >>

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Turns Out Destroying Society Is Immensely Profitable

In a somewhat unbelievable feat considering Facebook’s absolute shitshow of a year in 2018, the social media company – freshly off of a new scandal involving a teen-targeting “research” app – reported record profit in its Wednesday earnings call. Read More >>

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Bold Plan to Save Facebook Is Reportedly Ruining Everything Else 

Facebook, you may have heard, had a year riddled with scandals, data breaches, dwindling user trust, slowing growth, scrutiny from regulators, and plummeting morale among its own staff. Clearly the social behemoth needs a major comeback. But according to a report in the New York Times, Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to link messaging capability between Messenger, Whatsapp, and Instagram – three of its essentially balkanized services – already has workers confused and angry. Read More >>

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Mark Zuckerberg Thinks You Don’t Trust Facebook Because You Don’t ‘Understand’ It

I think we can all safely agree that last year was not great for Facebook. User trust plummeted to record lows as the company faced scandal after scandal. At this point, there are countless reasons users can and even should be wary of Facebook – and yet. Read More >>

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How Did Mark Zuckerberg Kill the Goat?

We have a lot of questions about Facebook’s CEO, some of which we’ve posed on this very website. But a new interview with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has introduced one mystery we absolutely must unravel: Did Mark Zuckerberg shoot a goat to death with lasers? Read More >>

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Facebook Announces New Policies Aimed at Axing Pages and Groups Peddling Fake News

Long after it became painfully clear that Facebook was being manipulated as a tool to undermine democracy and cause harm, the social media company still struggles to keep its platform free of the kind of garbage specially engineered to effectively warp reality – even as recently as this month. And previous systems it’s employed to combat the pervasiveness of disinformation on its platform just didn’t seem to be cutting it. Read More >>

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Facebook Deletes Pages That Were Secretly Controlled by a Russian Propaganda Network

Facebook has deleted hundreds of pages linked to the Kremlin-backed propaganda network known as Sputnik. The pages, allegedly operated by Sputnik employees, were made to look like they were coming from outside of Russia. The Facebook pages helped spread propaganda about NATO and European politics, among many other topics. Read More >>

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Facebook Fact-Checking Comes To The UK

Facebook has brought its fact-checking service over to these shores to try to stem the tide of complete bollocks flooding the social network. Read More >>

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Well, Mark Zuckerberg’s 2019 Challenge is Going to Be Awkward

It’s that time of year, again. Time for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to announce his annual personal challenge. In previous years, he did normal things like vowing to learn how to speak Mandarin. Then, life got messy and last year he pledged that he would only work on fixing Facebook. This year, he’s determined to launch some kind of talk show or something. Read More >>

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A Few Things Facebook Forgot to Include in Its Year in Review

It’s been quite a year for Mark Zuckerberg and his friends at Facebook. You might even say that 2018 has been the single worst year in the company’s history. But you wouldn’t know it by reading “Facebook’s 2018 Year in Review.” The annual blog post leaves one with the impression that Facebook’s involvement in global events was nothing short of heart-warming. In truth, it was not. Read More >>

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Mark Zuckerberg Was ‘Sceptical’ About Risk of Leaks Like Cambridge Analytica, Emails Show

Internal Facebook documents published today by the British Parliament give us more insight than ever into the mind of the largest social platform’s CEO. Among those revelations: Zuckerberg’s cavalier attitude towards the possibility of data leaks. Read More >>

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Facebook Picks Scapegoat To Testify Instead of Zuckerberg

After repeatedly, pointedly refusing to meet with MPs to talk about the Cambridge Analytica scandal and its privacy policies in general – even by video link – it seems Mark Zuckerberg has picked someone to testify to parliament in his place. Read More >>