Other media outlets are starting to complain about Facebook not being treated as the media company they truly are. Despite whatever Mark Zuckerberg wants you to believe.
Interesting (read "sketchy" tax practices provide special protection for the Mark Zuckerberg and his social media behemoth from the IRS.
On Wednesday night NBC reported that following a visit to Capitol Hill in which Zuckerberg pushed the idea of Facebook’s own cryptocurrency, he stopped in for a secret dinner with Donald Trump and board member Peter Thiel.
The actor demanded action from social media companies. "It only seems fair to say to Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, ‘Your product is defective, you are obliged to fix it."
A round-up of Facebook news, all bad, including the California Attorney General announcing that they've been investigating Facebook for EIGHTEEN MONTHS. Oops, part infinity.
The new policy will come into effect on November 22 and will apply globally to all electioneering ads, as well as ads related to political issues.
This San Francisco man has registered to run for Governor of California simply to push back on Facebook ad policy.
Adriel Hampton is testing Mark Zuckerberg's ad policy, and winning the argument against lying ads.
Here we go again: Facebook just became the latest traditional media player to enable the right-wing hate of Breitbart News.
"Facebook's own employees are rising up against the company's dangerous decision to help politicians lie to U.S. voters."
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