Facebook CEO said there is a model coming out of countries like China that have quite different values than Western countries.
The post also revealed that the atmosphere at Facebook has worsened when it came to non-white workers being recognised.
Facebook’s policy is to accept paid political ads from candidates without fact-checking them.
The scope of the technology can be expanded to include the morphing of a person’s voice and mannerisms.
Mark Zuckerberg tried to project Libra as a boon for the unbanked, but failed to build even a remotely coherent case
On being asked why major partners such as Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, eBay had exited the original Libra consortium, Zuckerberg simply said that Libra is a risky project
Zuckerberg said that Facebook had introduced transformative avenues for speech that should not be shut down.
TikTok is also accused of being used by the Chinese government to censor politically sensitive content.
Facebook has come under fire for its lax approach to fake news reports and disinformation campaigns.
Zuckerberg will be presenting his beliefs on why voice is important and the major threats to free expression.
The Facebook CEO wanted to communicate regarding the accusations from Trump and his allies of bias.
Facebook faces scrutiny from lawmakers for issues like privacy, accusations of political bias and more.
Zuckerberg claims that dealing with election interference from nation states is above his pay grade.
“Facebook’s insular boardroom must be cracked open because the company has no accountability to its users, its investors, or our democracy,”
Stamos, who left the company in 2018, even suggested Microsoft President Brad Smith as Zuck's replacement.
Facebook CEO says the responsibility for monitoring internet content is too great for firms alone.
There is no timeline out yet, but all of these apps are claimed to support end-to-end encryption.
Russian operatives were found accessing up to 3 bn data points per day, an activity that was reported by a Facebook engineer in internal emails
European Parliament President Antonio Tajani last week repeated his request to Zuckerberg to appear before the assembly
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told US Congress Wednesday on the second day of his testimony on the worst privacy debacle in the company's history that it is "inevitable" there will be regulation of the social media industry and also disclosed to lawmakers that his own data was included in the personal information sold to malicious third parties.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is telling US lawmakers during his testimony on the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal that his Facebook data was included in the personal information sold to "malicious third parties".