While Mark Zuckerberg was getting grilled in DC, Facebook’s stock had a great couple of days.
The media tycoon suggests that Facebook pay media companies for content.
New changes in algorithms and policy are causing ripple effects in the tech world and beyond.
It’s news outlets versus the giants of social media and the web.
In August, I analyzed how Facebook was impacting the news industry with its news feed and trending stories algorithms. News outlets have been using Facebook to get their stories viewed, but are not necessarily promoting the most informational stories. Just a few months later, it
Since the presidential election in November, Facebook has been under constant public scrutiny in anticipation of how it would address its fake news problem. In December, the company added features that warn readers of dubious sources and also allow them to flag stories as potentially
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stand in a Texas courtroom yesterday to defend Facebook-owned virtual reality (VR) company Oculus, telling the world that consumer-grade VR isn’t “fully there yet.” This admission comes just as Zuckerberg and his company are trying to fend off a
Facebook and Google have been under fire this week for failing to control the flow of misinformation about the 2016 election through their platforms. In the months leading up to the election, widely shared articles reported fake celebrity endorsements of now-President-elect Donald Trump, including ones claiming to
Not long after coming under fire for promoting fake news stories, Facebook found the spotlight again – this time for briefly censoring a historical war photo before hurriedly reinstating it after complaints. The controversy began when Facebook removed a post by Norwegian author Tom Egeland,