Are they surprised?
The organisers of the #StopHateforProfit campaign which is doing some serious damage to Facebook’s budget say they are disappointed after a meeting with the social notworking site’s top brass.
They will be back
As the ads boycott grows over Mark Zuckerberg's refusal to stop hate posts from polticians the man shows no sign of backing down
Defending Facebook can’t be harder than defending austerity
The former UK Liberal Democrat leader Sir Nick Clegg (right), who has now become a PR person for Facebook, is putting his best foot forward to defend Facebook now that it is suffering from an advertising boycott.
Zuckerburg's fear of Trump has lowered political standards.
Facebook has been bending over to allow Trump to say what he likes has enabled other politicians to swamp voters with fake news and scare stories, according to a Washington Post investigation.
Bad day for Zuckerberg
Germany's top court ruled on Tuesday that Facebook had abused its dominance in social media to illegally harvest data about its users.
Fact check Trump
Facebook staff have called their boss a wimp and walked of the job after he refused to follow Twitter and fact check Donald [call in the troops] Trump.
Will continue to fact check Trump
Twitter will continue to fact check Donald Trump despite the President's censorship threats.
Most employees can request a permanent change in jobs
In a move that illustrates how swiftly the COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping the global economy, Facebook said today that it would begin allowing most of its employees to request a permanent change in their jobs to let them work remotely.
You can't target the very stupid any more
Facebook has removed “pseudoscience” as an option for advertisers that want to target audiences, a category available until this week even as the world’s largest social media network vowed to curb misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cambridge Analytica data breach could cost Facebook billions
Australia’s privacy watchdog is suing Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica data breach — which, back in 2018, became a global scandal that wiped billions off the tech giant’s share price, yet only led to Facebook being slapped around the chips with a wet bus ticket by US and UK watchdogs.