Facebook Will Require That Contractors Be Paid Higher WagesFacebook is raising the wages of contractors in some areas and adding benefits for those doing certain jobs, as it and other tech companies face questions over how such workers are treated.
Mark Zuckerberg Drops $59,000,000 On Tahoe Waterfront PropertiesThe deals were done in secret with non-disclosure agreements. Now the secret is out.
Facebook Debuts New Look And Features To Help Move Past 'Old Issues'Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled his site's new look, which he says helps focus on groups and stopping the spread of misinformation and harmful content.
Facebook Collected 1.5 Million Users’ Email Contacts Without Their KnowledgeFacebook has admitted that it collected up to 1.5 million users’ email contacts without their consent, in the latest privacy issue to hit the giant tech firm.
Woodland Police Use Facebook And Humor To Bring Awareness To Distracted DrivingThe Woodland Police Department is doing its part to draw attention to this serious issue.
Facebook Tweaks Tools For Remembering Dead FriendsFacebook says it will use artificial intelligence to help find profiles of people who have died so their friends and family members won't get, for instance, painful reminders about their birthdays.
Facebook To Ban Content That Supports White Nationalism, White SeparatismFacebook is extending its ban on hate speech to prohibit the promotion and support of white nationalism and white separatism.
Facebook Will Begin Removing Misinformation About Vaccines From Pages, GroupsFacebook, the world's largest social media site, will soon take aim against anti-vaxers. The company will start by lowering the ranking of groups and pages that spread misinformation about vaccinations in its News Feed and Search options, a representative said Wednesday.
Facebook Screens Posts For Suicide Risk, And Health Experts Have ConcernsA doctor in Boston says Facebook needs to be more transparent about suicide prevention efforts.
Facebook Paying Teens For Info On Their Phone ActivitySome Facebook users have been giving the social network access to their phone activity in exchange for money as part of a research project since 2016. The story was first reported Tuesday by TechCrunch.
Facebook Reveals Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users' Private PhotosFacebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission.
Facebook Under Fire For Posts About Auctioning Child BrideFacebook has come under fire after posts discussing the sale of a child bride were made and shared on its site.
California Man Pleads Guilty To Lying About Threatening Virginia CongressmanA California man has pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents about making threats against a Virginia congressman.
Bracing For The Midterms, Facebook Builds A ‘War Room’Facebook has set up a "war room" at its headquarters as part of its plans to avoid a repeat of the 2016 election, when misinformation was rampant on the platform.
Facebook Reportedly Working On Feature To Unsend Messages