In March, Facebook announced new ways to manage and control the News Feed with a Feed Filter Bar, better explanation about suggested posts, and the ability to control what and with whom you share a post. Now, the company is incorporating more feedback into News Feed ranking.
The board, which some have dubbed Facebook's 'supreme court', rules on whether some individual pieces of content should be displayed on the site.
A cyber ransomware attack crippled the nation's largest pipeline on the East Coast which now threatens to raise gas prices.
After the Facebook Oversight Board released its decision that banning then-President Donald Trump over his comments on the January 6 insurrection – including determining that he had "created an environment where a serious risk of violence was possible" – was appropriate, top Trump allies are in full outrage mode.
Facebook and Instagram are worried that people won't let them track them.
Mark Zuckerberg's company is using fascinating scare tactics to get users to tolerate tracking.
They're finally throwing down
Republican members of Congress will do everything in their power to break up Facebook, Trump's former chief of staff said.
With the world slowly changing and the internet being cautious of what is posted online, LiveLeak was forced to shut down.
Facebook has called for a review of Mr Trump’s indefinite suspension
We didn't get to it Wednesday because we all have lives and, let's face it, nobody wants to think about Sen. Ted Cruz, but Sen. Ted Cruz wrote a Thing yesterday and it's just barely funny enough to be worth putting in the file cabinet so that we can pull it out later when he's dramatically reversed himself and written a new Thing lauding himself for doing it. Or, at least, because Cruz’s attempt provides a pretty solid example of the utter vapidity of (1) Republicanism, (2) conservative culture...