Zuckerberg says that Facebook had conducted a thorough review and was right to leave the posts unchallenged
Facebook to permanently move to remote work even after coronavirus lockdowns ease: CEO Mark Zuckerberg
Zuckerberg said that Facebook would start "aggressively opening up remote hiring" in July.
The United States has seen a surge in demand for respirator masks caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Facebook has drawn public criticism for encouraging its employees to work from home while its content moderation contractors were forced to come into offices.
Zuckerberg said that his company will not remove political ads from candidates, even if false.
Zuckerberg has done two video interviews so far, where he has been the interviewer.
Zuckerberg outlines the main efforts that Facebook is focused on to prevent election interference.
Facebook F8 2018: Mark Zuckerberg rolls out a 'Clear History' feature to help you delete your browsing history data
Zuckerberg compared the new tool to the option of clearing cookies in a browser, which he said can make parts of the user experience worse as users may have to reconfigure things.
German lawmakers to question Facebook's VP for global public policy about the Cambridge Analytica scandal
The 87 million Facebook users affected included nearly three million Europeans and Zuckerberg is also under pressure from EU lawmakers.
European Parliament President Antonio Tajani last week repeated his request to Zuckerberg to appear before the assembly
These included claims about how Facebook tracks users even when they’re not on Facebook itself, but only for “security purposes.”
Is this too little, too late or does this really affect Facebook usability in any way? This has been a buzzword within the Desi community here in the USA.
Mark Zuckerberg testimony in US Congress: Facebook CEO grilled for 5 hours, says he's open to regulation
Zuckerberg began a two-day congressional inquisition with a public apology for the privacy scandal that has shaken the social media giant he founded more than a decade ago. He took responsibility for failing to prevent Cambridge Analytica, a firm affiliated with Donald Trump's presidential campaign, from gathering personal information from 87 million users to try to influence elections.
Mark Zuckerberg testifies to US Congress that Facebook doesn't sell data but company certainly profits off it
Mark Zuckerberg insisted once again Tuesday that Facebook doesn't sell your data, calling it a common misconception people have about Facebook. Here's a look at his remarks.
Zuckerberg, making his first formal appearance at a Congressional hearing, will seek to allay widespread fears ignited by the leaking of private data on tens of millions of users to a British firm working on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma urges Facebook to resolve its privacy problem a day before Mark Zuckerberg's congressional hearing
Zuckerberg will appear before the US Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Tuesday to address questions about how his company handles its users’ data.
US Congress committee releases Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony ahead of the hearing on 10 April
Zuckerberg takes responsibility for the many failures of Facebook over the last few years, and pledges to take corrective measures to do better.
Mark Zuckerberg breaks silence on Cambridge Analytica: 'If we can't protect users' data, we don't deserve to serve you'
In a Facebook post on Wednesday, Zuckerberg said it will ban developers who don't agree to an audit. An app's developer will no longer have access to data from people who haven't used that app in three months. Data will also be generally limited to user names, profile photos and email, unless the developer signs a contract with Facebook and gets user approval.
A new law in Germany requires social networks such as Facebook and Twitter Inc to remove online hate speech or face fines.
Facebook confirmed Zuckerberg was in Beijng, but declined to comment on details of his visit.