Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg will announce the new jobs, which will take its total UK employees to more than 4,000.
The order comes after Facebook agreed in July to pay a record-breaking $5 billion fine to the FTC.
These Twitter policy changes, which will take effect on 1 January 2020, will comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Facebook's internal investigation led it to suspend 69,000 apps as their developers did not cooperate.
Facebook argued that users suffered no "tangible" harm during the scandal.
Looking at the way things are going, it will only be a matter of time before things get overwhelming on Instagram.
The new 'like hiding' feature is currently being tested with users in Canada.
Despite the lies, tone-deaf attitude & support for genocidal dictators, we continue to use Facebook.
Small businesses using WhatsApp will now be able to display their product catalog within the platform.
Facebook announced that both the Portal and Portal+ models will be brought to Europe this fall.
Who isn’t curious to see whether a friend secretly likes them? Secret Crush will help you find out.
By Katie Paul SAN JOSE, Calif. (Reuters) - Facebook Inc debuted an overhaul of its core social network on Tuesday, taking its first concrete steps to refashion itself into a private messaging and e-commerce company as it tries to move past scandals while tapping new revenue sources.
Oculus Rift S and Oculus Quest are now available for pre-order for $399 with shipping starting from 21 May.
Mark Zuckerberg opened the keynote and made it clear that Facebook's main focus this year was privacy.
Fresh design aside, there is a growing importance on Groups that now gets a revamped tab.
Facebook's News Feed continues to draw ad dollars but user growth in its most lucrative markets has slowed.
Privacy to be the main focus across all products Facebook has said. It has made some changes to all its products.
Here's a timeline of events since Cambridge Analytica scandal was first revealed in March 2018.
The bug allowed some 1,500 software apps to access private photos for 12 days ending 25 September.
EU urged Facebook to accept "a full, independent audit of its platform investigating data protection"