Facebook Building Evacuated After Bomb Threat, Police Say
The $9 billion buy back announced on Friday is in addition to the prior authorizations.
Documents, including internal emails of founder Mark Zuckerberg suggest that Facebook continued to allow access to personal data.
Sandberg wanted to determine whether Soros had a financial incentive to see the company’s share price decline, Facebook said.
Current and former workers at big tech firms are willing to speak out about missteps by their employers and unjust policies.
Some of Sheryl Sandberg’s staff, who saw the executive as larger than life, now blame her for Facebook’s woes.
Tesla’s founder, Ukraine’s prime minister, SoftBank’s leader, and more.
Sandberg had come under fire for her handling of company disclosures about Russia’s election influence.
Facebook’s system for buying ads is acting up just days before one of the busiest online shopping days of the year.
New York Times investigation causes internal consternation.
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Facebook said the FBI tipped the company off on Nov. 4 about suspicious online activity.
Facebook’s stance is more cautious than Google, which is trying to get its search engine back into China.
Facebook had one major victory in the midterm polls: securing help from the government to keep foreign influence campaigns at bay.
Google earlier this week changed some policies on sexual harassment, including making arbitration optional in claims.
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he ad focuses on the migrant caravan traveling through Mexico, saying it’s filled with “dangerous illegal criminals.”
Experts question whether new techniques are being missed.