Zuckerberg has called for government regulation to decide what should be considered harmful content.
Stamos, who left the company in 2018, even suggested Microsoft President Brad Smith as Zuck's replacement.
Stamos says that the US must ‘come together to protect’ the democracy from misinformation.
Stamos spoke about how China was an “ethical blind spot” for all tech companies, including Apple.
Zuckerberg outlines the main efforts that Facebook is focused on to prevent election interference.
Election security has not improved since 2016, and the midterms will not be trustworthy.
Alex Stamos was a key figure in the fight against the spread of fake news and misinformation.
Facebook is using techniques including AI to counter Russian operatives manipulate public opinion.
Apple takes a dig at Facebook as it announces improved security features in Safari on macOS Mojave and iOS 12
After the Cambridge Analytica data scandal broke, amidst everything else, there definitely was a battle of words between the CEOs of Apple and Facebook.
In a statement, Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos said the company quickly investigated the situation and immediately fired the person
Facebook is investigating claims that a security engineer allegedly stalked women using his position
Jackie Stokes, founder of Spyglass Securities has made a claim that a security engineer in Facebook is using his privileged access to user data to stalk women.
Not denying his exit, Stamos tweeted that his role at the company did change, but he was still fully engaged with work at Facebook.
Facebook's algorithms come under scrutiny for failure to check fake news; security chief defends algorithms
Facebook uses algorithms to determine everything from what you see and do not see in News Feed, to finding and removing other content like hate speech.
Facebook to fund a non-profit organisation for its effort to fight election hacking and propaganda attacks
Facebook will provide funding for a nonprofit organization aiming to protect political parties and voting systems from hackers and propaganda attacks.
According to Facebook's Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos, the company buys passwords that hackers are selling in the black market and cross-references them with encrypted passwords used on their platform.
Social networking giant Facebook has admitted to have blocked links to more than 19,000 leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that Wikileaks released last week, offering a glimpse of the split between the DNC and former presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders, media has reported.
Facebook has now introduced a new feature with which users will receive a notification that will alert them if the company believes that suspected attackers working in the interest of a nation-state have gained unauthorised access to their accounts.