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 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.
"Facebook's own employees are rising up against the company's dangerous decision to help politicians lie to U.S. voters."
The Facebook founder offered little insight into the media giant's advertising rules.
Zuckerberg said the company relies on "third-party fact checkers."
AOC set out to use Facebook's past behavior as an indicator of their future conduct as Mark Zuckerberg tries to get approval to launch proprietary cryptocurrency.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wilted Mark Zuckerberg under pointed questioning about past and present Facebook conduct.
The Democratic star from California blasts the Facebook CEO for refusing to do traumatizing work for which he pays contractors insulting wages.
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