Bad day for the Social Notworking King
Mark Zuckerburg was having a bad day yesterday after a whistleblower revealed dark deeds and his glorious social notworking empire crashed to its knees due to a bizarre DNS flaw.
Too interested in imposing his vision to see what is going on
Mark Zuckerberg mentor (and early investor) Roger McNamee has warned his protégé has got out of control when it comes to “imposing his vision”.
Tech policy groups worry about association with hate, misinformation, and abuse
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's refusal to apply platform policies to moderate rule-breaking posts by President Trump and other political figures is costing his company street cred.
Toneless, wooden, robotic – just like the real thing
A fake video of Mark Zuckerberg giving a sinister speech about the power of Facebook has been posted to Instagram to test if the company is serious about not removing this type of video.
How he made cash from other people’s data
More than 4,000 leaked pages of leaked internal documents have been painting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a less than flattering light.
To hang in their garden for the crows to peck
Public fund investors want Mark Zuckerberg out as chairman of Facebook.
It's the data day of doom
A flurry of stories about social network outfit Facebook has led to a number of questions by politicians and journalists in both the UK and on the other side of the pond.
Understands requests using text and voice
In a Facebook blog post published Monday morning, Mark Zuckerberg described some of the inner workings behind his personal home automation AI assistant, a personal challenge he set out to complete in 2016 to run his home.
Company does nothing so they hassle Zuckerburg
Not heading to iOS anytime soon