Posts on this site in the 'Facebook' taxonomy, ordered by date
A contestant on US TV show Jeopardy suffers the onslaught of a mob of social media posters based on an incorrect conspiracy theory.
An argument to replace the current corporate social media silos with an independent, distributed alternative.
Facebook refuses to play ball with new Australian regulations. Instead of paying news corporations to link to them, Facebook bans Australians from seeing any news.
Facebook has taken out full-page advertisements in a number of US newspapers to complain about Apple's upcoming privacy change.
Federal regulators and prosecutors from 45 states want to break up Facebook and undo its acquisitions of Instagram and WhatsApp.
Tim Cook of Apple and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook have been feuding for some time now. This article summarises that feud.
A new rule by Ireland's Data Protection Commission upsets Facebook enough for them to threaten to withdraw their services from the EU.
Facebook says it might be pointless to try and track advert performance when Apple's iOS 14 starts asking users for permission to do so.
My own opinions about Trump's recent spat with Twitter and Facebook's subsequent lack of action.
Zuckerberg says Facebook will prevent electoral interference but is less like to prevent coronavirus misinformation.
The support offered by big companies is often terrible and that's particularly true for big tech.
Zuckerberg doesn't fare well in front of Congress's House Financial Services Committee. He's held to account for his many sins alongside his plans for Libra.
A post on Dave Winer's Scripting News site demonstrates why posting a good blog on Facebook is stupid.
Mark Zuckerberg appears to have had a change of heart and now wants a privacy-focussed Facebook, according to an article on the BBC.
Facebook plans a fan subscription model to compete with Patreon. TechCrunch pick holes in it and ask whether Facebook can be trusted with creators' content.
In their attempt to deal with fake news, Facebook has introduced a 'trustworthiness' score. This score has its critics though.
An article by the BBC about the prevalence of fake news. Some MPs are calling for greater regulation to combat this, particularly online.
A New York Times article shows that Facebook has been largely unaffected by the privacy scandal in terms of its profits and revenues.
An article from the BBC about how Facebook is trying to dodge new EU privacy regulations.
An article from Wired about Mark Zuckerberg's approach to privacy on Facebook over the years.