Mark Zuckerberg

Is Mark Zuckerberg’s waxy, emotionless face still haunting your every waking moment after watching his exhausting congressional testimony? Yeah, us too.  And in these dire moments, our best suggestion for a little relief is: turn to art. So after reading all the think pieces about what this means for the…

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[embedded content] A lot has happened for Facebook since Saturday Night Live last aired at the end of March. Mostly, Cambridge Analytica, and all the terrible fallout (for Facebook executives and for the rest of the world) from Cambridge Analytica. So obviously Mark Zuckerberg (Alex Moffat) brought his ongoing apology…

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In the wake of Cambridge Analytica, data misappropriation, #deletefacebook, calls for regulation and pending testimony to U.S. Congress, Facebook announced a series of initiatives to restrict data access and also a renewed selfie awareness to focus efforts on protecting people on the platform. What’s more notable however is that Mark…

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Mark Zuckerberg has finally spoken.  After days of being seemingly MIA in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica controversy, Facebook’s CEO finally weighed in on the matter. He may not have apologized, but he announced significant policy changes that will substantially change what developers can do with personal data. Facebook…

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Facebook is an addictive platform that should be regulated like the cigarette industry, suggested Salesforce CEO and billionaire Marc Benioff earlier this week. But Facebook actually does care about the news industry and well-being of journalists. At least, that’s what its latest philanthropic decision might suggest. On Friday, Facebook announced…

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Facebook has been cracking down on fake news, but it’s been missing one very important place of conversation. Messenger, the standalone app for Facebook’s private messaging feature, is not being included in the company’s fact-checking program.  In March, Facebook recruited a team of third-party fact-checkers to flag fake news articles…

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373 Shares Mark Zuckerberg, possibly thinking about all that sweet Russian cash.Image: Adam Berry/Getty Images By Jack Morse2017-09-07 02:42:20 UTC So Facebook reportedly sold thousands of ads to a shady Russian company trying to influence voters around the 2016 U.S. presidential election. This much we know. What is less clear,…

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