What becomes of Times Square when you take away hundreds of thousands of cheering, shivering New Year’s Eve revelers? It may no longer be the…
Facebook confirmed that it has in the past few days rolled back a change that lifted news from authoritative outlets over hyperpartisan sources after November’s…View More Facebook reverses postelection algorithm changes that boosted news from authoritative sources.
Facebook on Wednesday said it would prohibit the purchase of ads that seek to delegitimize the outcome of the Nov. 3 election, as the social…View More Facebook will forbid ads that undermine the legitimacy of the coming election.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook said on Thursday that Chris Cox, a former top executive, was returning to the company as chief product officer. Mr. Cox…View More Facebook Brings Back a Former Top Lieutenant to Zuckerberg
SAN FRANCISCO — Earlier this week, as Twitter executives waded into a confrontation with President Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook, took a very…View More While Twitter Confronts Trump, Zuckerberg Keeps Facebook Out of It
Handling pictures of children and grandchildren is usually a private affair. Not in the case of one Dutch grandmother. A woman’s refusal to remove photos…View More Grandmother’s Refusal to Remove Photos From Facebook Tests Privacy Law
OAKLAND, Calif. — Facebook said on Thursday that it would allow many employees to work from home permanently. But there’s a catch: They may not…View More Facebook Starts Planning for Permanent Remote Workers