Articles tagged with: Facebook
Why Zuckerberg's 14-Year apology tour hasn't fixed Facebook
An article from Wired about Mark Zuckerberg's approach to privacy on Facebook over the years.
Zuckerberg wants good privacy for Facebook, as long as it doesn’t affect profits
An article from the BBC about how Facebook is trying to dodge new EU privacy regulations.
Facebook profits and revenues up despite privacy scandal
A New York Times article shows that Facebook has been largely unaffected by the privacy scandal in terms of its profits and revenues.
Clamp down on fake news, says MP
An article by the BBC about the prevalence of fake news. Some MPs are calling for greater regulation to combat this, particularly online.
Facebook’s ’trustworthiness’ score comes under fire
In their attempt to deal with fake news, Facebook has introduced a 'trustworthiness' score. This score has its critics though.
Facebook's fan subscription model for creators
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.
Zuckerberg suddenly embraces privacy
Mark Zuckerberg appears to have had a change of heart and now wants a privacy-focussed Facebook, according to an article on the BBC.
Why would anyone post a good blog on Facebook?
A post on Dave Winer's Scripting News site demonstrates why posting a good blog on Facebook is stupid.
Zuckerberg gets roasted in Congress
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.