If Black Friday riot videos weren't enough to convince you that America is a consumerist hell on Earth, then our president's Black Friday promo surely will. Trump took to one of his two Facebook pages (while the GOP took to Twitter) to promote a sale on some of his campaign merchandise. Show More Summary
Facebook will show people which Russian propaganda pages or accounts they've followed and liked on the social network, responding to a request from U.S. senators to address manipulation and meddling during the 2016 presidential election. Show More Summary
Ok, so maybe it goes a little further than suggesting it. It states quite bluntly that it’s gone too far. I’ve still never seen an example in real life quite like that shown in the video posted to Facebook page Hot Date, though. But,...Show More Summary
We’re all familiar with the Facebook feed, where you can see posts from all your friends and the Facebook pages you’ve liked. But there’s a second feed that was recently introduced — the Explore Feed — where you can go to see what’s popular across all of Facebook. Show More Summary
Alaskan Bush People fans would like another “official” update on the health of Ami Brown and her cancer diagnosis from earlier this year. Fans continue to ask via visitor posts on the Alaskan Bush People Facebook page how Ami Brown is doing since she started radiation and chemotherapy treatment for late-stage lung cancer. Show More Summary
Jacob Heilbrunn and Daniel McCarthy discuss updates in the Russia investigation and American politics. Editor's Note: In our latest Facebook Live interview (please like our Facebook page to see more of these events) Jacob Heilbrunn,Show More Summary
A former New York Congressman known for pressing to protect the environment has died. Former Rep. Maurice Hinchey was 79. His family says in a statement on his Facebook page … Click to Continue »
Facebook plans to tell millions of users who liked or followed any of the 290 Facebook and Instagram pages created by Russian actors that they were ensnared in an alleged misinformation campaign around the U.S. presidential election last year.
World-famous Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky died on Wednesday in London following a long illness, according to announcements on his Facebook page and by the Vienna State Opera. He was 55. "This is a very, very sad day for all of us... Show More Summary
Facebook said it planned to roll out a new tool so you can figure out whether the page or account you followed or liked was run by Russian agents.
Facebook’s latest attempt at transparency lets users know if they liked or followed any pages related to Russia during the US election. Its newest effort furthers its effort to stop the spread of misinformation while increasing transparency at both Facebook and Instagram. Show More Summary
As many as 126 million people could have seen content posted on pages related to the Internet Research Agency, a Russian troll farm
Facebook Inc. announced today that it will release a new tool that will allow users to see if any of the pages they have liked or followed were secretly created by the Internet Research Agency, an organization backed by the Russian government as part of a misinformation campaign to influence U.S. Show More Summary
In case you missed it, topping the 2017 American Customer Satisfaction Index, which evaluates how users feel about internet social media companies, was none other than Google+--that's right, Google's "failed" social network, which many people are unaware still exists. Launched in 2011, Google+ was Google's attempt to compete with Facebook, Twitter and other rising social...
"This tool will be available for use by the end of the year in the Facebook Help Center."
Facebook is building out a tool to show which Facebook Pages or Instagram accounts associated with Russia’s Internet Research Agency election troll farm you Liked or followed. Launching by the end of the year as part of the Facebook Help Center, the tool will show a list of all the IRA accounts you followed. The IRA is a group based in St. Show More Summary
Facebook is taking steps to help people understand how they may have been influenced by Russian propaganda profiles and Pages across its properties. The social networking company today announced that it plans to launch a portal where anyone can go to find out if Pages or Instagram accounts they like or follow were set up by […]
Exciting news for Facebook users. In the near future, the social network will reveal what Russian propaganda users were exposed to during the 2016 presidential election. A list of Facebook Pages or Instagram accounts will appear inShow More Summary
Facebook users will soon have a way to determine if they liked or followed any pages or Instagram accounts that were aimed at swaying the results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The social network announced in a Newsroom post that it is creating a portal to enable users to find out if they liked...
The Facebook Communities Summit (FCS), a Facebook-led event that brings group and page admins together under one roof, is coming to Europe. Facebook announced the first FCS back in April, with the inaugural event taking place in Chicago a couple of months later. Now the social networking behemoth is hosting a follow-up summit in London […]