SF Protest Urges Facebook To Protect Public From Political Lies, Hate, DisinformationProtesters will project messages onto Facebook's San Francisco building Tuesday night to urge the company's shareholders to be sure the public is protected from hate, lies, and disinformation in the coming political season.
Zuckerberg Says Half Of Facebook Employees Might Work RemotelyAs many as 50% of Facebook employees could be working remotely within the next five to 10 years, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Thursday.
San Francisco Man Turns To Facebook Ad To Line Up Virtual Dates During COVID-19 LockdownA San Francisco man tired of dating apps decided to cut through the noise by buying Facebook ads to market himself.
Facebook Buying Popular GIF Platform Giphy In $400 Million DealOne of Facebook's biggest acquisitions in recent memory is for a service commonly used to find GIFs.
Facebook To Pay Content Moderators $52M For Psychological Damages In Lawsuit SettlementFacebook has agreed to pay $52 million to its content moderators whose job has them viewing graphic and disturbing posts and videos on its platforms.
Facebook, Google Among Tech Companies To Let Employees Work From Home Through 2020A growing number of big tech companies are telling employees they can continue to work from home until the fall or even through the end of the year.
Facebook Removes QAnon Conspiracy Accounts; VDARE Accounts Targeting Hate Speech Toward Asian-AmericansFacebook says it has removed several groups, accounts and pages linked to QAnon, taking action for the first time against the far-right U.S. conspiracy theory circulated among supporters of President Donald Trump.
Facebook's Business Looking Resilient Despite Coronavirus PandemicFacebook's core advertising business has been upended by the pandemic, but the company said it saw "signs of stability" in the first three weeks of April.
Facebook Is Taking On Zoom With New Video FeaturesFacebook is taking on platform-of-the-moment Zoom.
'He's Extremely Paranoid About Facebook's Popularity': Sarah Frier On Mark Zuckerberg & New Book On Instagram 'No Filter'A new Simon & Schuster book takes readers behind the scenes of the creation of Instagram and why Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook bought the mobile app for $1 billion.
Coronavirus Update: Facebook Canceling Gatherings With 50 Or More Until June 2021Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said they are slowing plans to return employees to the office and canceling events with 50 or more people well into next year due to coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Facebook Offering $15 Million In Grants To Help Bay Area Small BusinessesFacebook on Tuesday offered details about a new plan to make $15 million in grants available to Bay Area small businesses, partnering with the mayors of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose to make the announcement.
WhatsApp Tightens Limits On Message Forwarding To Counter Coronavirus MisinformationWhatsApp, based in Menlo Park, is trying to stem the rapid spread of coronavirus misinformation.
Facebook Feature Lets Neighbors Volunteer To Help Each Other During Coronavirus PandemicFacebook is rolling out a new tool that lets its users offer or request help from their neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Quarantined San Francisco Neighbors Sing 'Sweet Caroline,' Joined By Thousands On FacebookQuarantined but determined to keep upbeat, thousands of people stuck inside their homes because of the coronavirus sang together Thursday evening.