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Facebook’s Stock Is On Sale, But the Retail Crowd Isn’t Buying
(Dec 2021) Bargain hunters are no longer pouncing on skids in the shares of Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc. the way they once did.

Facebook and Instagram down for thousands of users two months after major outage
(Dec 2021) Facebook users have reported outages on the site just two months after the platform crashed costing the company millions. Some Facebook users have had issues accessing the site since 12.30pm this

Facebook whistleblower says transparency needed to fix social media ills
(Dec 2021) A deeper investigation into Facebook’s lack of controls to prevent misinformation and abuse in languages other than English is likely to leave people “even more shocked” about the potential harms

Facebook Messenger Is Coming After Your Money
(Dec 2021) The app is launching a test of “Split Payments,” a feature that allows you to divide and pay for joint expenses.

Facebook’s struggle with Gateway Pundit highlights challenge of containing disinformation
(Dec 2021) The Gateway Pundit, a far-right news site, has used its Facebook page – with more than 630,000 followers – to post bogus stories alleging the 2020 election was stolen from former President Donald

Facebook sold ads comparing Covid-19 vaccine to Holocaust
(Dec 2021) Facebook has sold ads promoting anti-vaccine messages, comparing the US government’s response to Covid-19 to Nazi Germany, casting doubt on the result of the 2020 election, and even pushing

Facebook’s Two-Factor Authentication Doesn’t Go Far Enough To Ensure User Safety Say Security Experts
(Dec 2021) The 2FA program was first piloted by the social network in 2018 and was expanded ahead of the 2020 U.S. election in a bid to try and stop abuse and election interference

Meta, FormerlyKnown As Facebook Exiting The Facial Recognition Game
(Dec 2021) Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook is pulling the plug on its facial recognition program. It’s planning to delete more than one billion people’s individual facial recognition templates, and

Facebook took down a fake Swiss scientist account that was part of an international misinfo campaign
(Dec 2021) Buried deep within Facebook’s November report on Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior is a tale of international intrigue that seems more like a Netflix drama than an attempted disinformation campaign

Facebook Messenger is getting a built
(Dec 2021) Facebook parent company Meta is introducing a built-in bill splitting feature in Facebook Messenger that it will test with users in the US beginning next week. The feature could be useful for

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