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Facebook has unveiled the Oculus Quest 2, including its release date and price, and it promises to be better than over the original.
Whistleblower spills the beans
Facebook ignored or was slow to act on evidence that fake accounts on its platform have been undermining elections and political affairs around the world, according to an explosive memo sent by a recently fired Facebook employee and obtained by BuzzFeed News.
Irish say we don’t trust you
A European Union privacy regulator has sent Facebook a preliminary order to suspend data transfers to the US about its EU users.
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”.
Facebook has "temporarily paused" sales of its Oculus Quest headsets to customers in Germany after regulators indicated they were jolly concerned about the insistence that users must have a Facebook account.
Apple has cosy deal with Facebook and others
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been called out on its tax being fair after it was revealed that the top ten apps sell digital goods and only two of the top ten apps pay Jobs' Mob.
Video of Trump threatening to end Obamacare was apparently “inflamatory”
Facebook has admitted that it was wrong after blocking a pro-Biden ad submitted by Democratic political action committee Priorities USA, after initially telling the group the video violated its policy against “sensational” content.
Admits "operational mistake" in allowing it
Social notworking site Facebook has admitted that it ignored complaints that a rightwing militia page was ordering its members to bring weapons to a demonstration.
Zuckerberg agrees to actually pay back taxes
Facebook's French subsidiary has agreed to pay more than $118 million in back taxes, including a penalty, after a ten year audit of its accounts by French tax authorities.