Civil rights group sues Facebook saying Zuckerberg made 'false and deceptive' statements to Congress
The lawsuit claims that Zuckerberg and other senior executives “have engaged in a coordinated campaign" to convince the public Facebook is a safe product.
Facebook Fuel for India 2020: The most effective approach of regulation is not to 'micro-manage' content but accountability, transparency
Facebook Vice-President for Global Affairs and Communications Nick Clegg says policymakers should seek to introduce new guidelines and guardrails in the way in which the internet operates.
The oversight board has the power to overrule the Facebook’s decisions to remove certain pieces of content from its platforms.
Facebook India's managing director was summoned to appear before a Delhi legislative panel on Wednesday after failing to front the committee last week.
'Enough evidence to prove Facebook's bias towards BJP': TMC MP Derek O'Brien writes to Mark Zuckerberg
Earlier, the Congress party had written to Zuckerberg, demanding a probe into the alleged bias and interference by Facebook India in the country's electoral democracy
Facebook says COVID-19 affected its ability to remove harmful content around suicide, self-injury, child nudity, sexual exploitation
Facebook, however, says its detection rate increased 6 points in the second quarter, to 95 percent from 89 percent.
After Facebook blocked neo-fascist group's account for hate speech, Italian judge orders to reopen it
The court said Facebook would be fined €800 for each day of violation of the judicial order.
A new report examined how Facebook is being used to spread hate speech to fuel ethnic violence.
Tallying only reports made under the harder-to-find complaints procedure led to artificially low numbers.
The bans targeted only some of the ethnic minority insurgent groups in Myanmar
With millions of posts going up on Facebook each day, isn't it the platform's responsibility to crack down hate speech?
Facebook said it shut down 470 “inauthentic” accounts as part of an internal investigation into those ads.
Facebook is also exploring the possibility of using artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically filter out hate speech.
Where do you draw the line between pornography and artistic nudes? The thin line that marks the fence is where Pinterest seems to be sitting currently.
Facebook has given in to the widespread outrage over groups and pages on the site glorifying...