The suit argued that Facebook made a deliberate decision not to remove duplicate or fake accounts from Potential Reach tool metrics.
Facebook critics launch rival ‘oversight board’, say company is taking too long to set up its own panel
The critics are warning that Facebook is already being used to undermine the integrity of the US presidential election.
Facebook says platform is ‘open, transparent, non-partisan’ after WSJ report claims content policies favoured BJP
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on IT has summoned Facebook on 2 September to discuss the alleged misuse of the platform
Reportedly, as of now, the potential ban is only being discussed and has not been finalised.
Facebook says it will now label newsworthy content, activists argue 'new changes don't go nearly far enough'
Facebook also said it will label all posts and ads about voting with links to authoritative information, including those from politicians.
Magnolia Pictures, Northface, other US companies pull ads from Facebook, Instagram in support of #StopHateForProfit campaign
The Stop Hate for Profit campaign was started by several US civil rights groups after the death of George Floyd.
Facebook drops plans to roll out adverts in WhatsApp, but will still integrate ads in Status: Report
Facebook hasn't, however, dropped its plan to integrate ads into the Status feature.
Facebook would prohibit ads that "portray census participation as useless or meaningless or advise people not to participate in the census."
Facebook under fire as thousands of political ads go missing from archive days ahead of UK elections
The problem affected Facebook ads from the ruling Conservative Party, the Brexit Party and the Liberal Democrats.
Google will limit audience targeting for election ads to age, gender and general location at a postal code level.
Sri Lanka presidential polls today: Despite 35 candidates in fray, voters face difficult task of picking 'lesser of two evils'
Even though there are 35 candidates in the fray for the Sri Lanka presidential election, the election has come down to a race between two candidates — Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Sajith Premadasa
Zuckerberg has defended this policy, saying that the company does not want to stifle political speech.
Facebook has also said that ads from pro-Brexit group like Leave.EU will still be subjected to fact-checking.
Facebook’s policy is to accept paid political ads from candidates without fact-checking them.
The complaint was filed seven months after Facebook agreed to overhaul its targeted ad system.
Facebook has come under fire over its decision not to fact-check ads run by politicians on the platform.
Facebook will start labelling state-controlled media on its page and in the site's ad library.
As per Facebook, the advertisers have to show government-issued credentials to demonstrate their legitimacy.
Users can view more detailed targeting across interests and categories that match them with ads.
Facebook's "don’t vote” policy prohibition will come to effect before the 2020 US elections on 3 November.