A Facebook executive said the company will introduce new measures on its apps to prompt teens away from harmful content as political pressure grows.
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A Facebook whistle-blower hass accused the social media giant of repeatedly prioritising profit over clamping down on hate speech and misinformation.
David Cameron’s work for Greensill Capital, which has dragged the British government into a lobbying scandal, has showcased the trend of politicians taking jobs at companies tapping the global tech investment boom.
Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of global affairs, called on US President-elect Joe Biden to unite the Internet’s “regulatory planets” of India and the European Union against the influence of China.
Facebook has made mistakes in controlling the use of its data and has improved its monitoring of fake news but can’t be expected to police the global Internet, spokesman Nick Clegg said.
Facebook posts by MPs can break the usual rules on the social network because they are newsworthy, according to the technology giant’s communications head Nick Clegg.
Facebook’s challenges can be tackled through regulation, not by breaking up the company, a company official wrote Saturday in the New York Times.
The co-founder of Facebook has called for the social network to be broken up, labelling the power of CEO Mark…
Facebook made a very public bid over the weekend to shape the global conversation about Internet regulation, though so far some politicians remain sceptical of its efforts.
The former UK deputy prime minister, hired by Facebook last year to lead the company’s lobbying efforts, used his first speech since taking the job to explain how it wants to repair its reputation and be accountable for its impact on society.