Facebook’s First Quarter Earnings Beat Wxpectations

Facebook’s first quarter earnings beat expectations, and it is predicted that this quarter will be affected by iOS updates. The stock price soars by 7% before the market. Social media…

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Facebook is Reorganizing the News Feed

The technology giant is launching a series of new tools designed to allow users greater control over the content that appears in the general feed. Facebook now allows you to…

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Facebook Competes With YouTube Launches Music Video Section

The social network will have a catalog of music videos from record labels; wants to start his incorporation into the music industry. Facebook has been looking for three years to…

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Facebook Alphabet and Twitter CEOs face US Congress

The CEO of Facebook appeared before the House of Representatives committee Thursday, where he suggested a way to amend Section 230 of the US Communications Decency Act. Platform accused of…

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The US Wants Facebook and Google to Pay Newspapers for Using Content

A bill submitted by both houses of Congress would provide American publishers with legal backing to demand technology giants pay for the use of their content; The proposal has garnered…

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Facebook to Invest $ 100 Million in News Industry

Facebook Inc has made a major announcement on Wednesday, following an ongoing high-profile ‘news blackout’ dispute with the Australian government. The company has pledged to invest at least 1 billion…

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Facebook Plans Legal Action Against Apple

Facebook has been preparing for months a case to file lawsuits against Apple and its practices perceived as anti-competitive, according to the site The Information, as tension mounts between the…

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What is Allowed And Forbidden on Facebook

Facebook‘s supervisory board released its decisions in the first five cases it discussed. Council rulings are binding on Facebook when it comes to specific posts, but these are not precedents…

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Facebook And Twitter Freeze Donald Trump’s Accounts

Facebook and Twitter have temporarily locked Donald Trump’s accounts following the storming of Congress by his supporters. Referring to “repeated and severe violations” of its regulations, Twitter froze the US…

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Facebook Closes Fake Accounts Interfering in Africa

Facebook said on Tuesday it had removed three managed networks from Russia and France, including one linked to the French military, and accused of carrying out interference operations in Africa….

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US Government Demands to Dismantle Facebook And Cancel WhatsApp And Instagram Purchases

The Federal Trade Commission and a group of states headed by New York have filed lawsuits against social networking giant Facebook, alleging that it abused its monopolistic power in the…

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Facebook is Allowed to Prohibit Pseudonyms

Facebook may forbid the use of pseudonyms. The Munich Higher Regional Court ruled in two cases on Tuesday in favor of the social network and found the so-called real name…

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