Facebook COO says the largest social platform ‘has to get better’ on hateful content

Facebook COO says the largest social platform ‘has to get better’ on hateful content

Facebook Inc chief operating officer (COO) Sheryl Sandberg said the company needs to get better at removing hateful speech – a response to hundreds of companies that have stopped advertising on the social network for what they consider a failure to purge harmful content.
Facebook joins hands with Google and other tech companies to suspend processing Hong Kong government data requests

Facebook joins hands with Google and other tech companies to suspend processing Hong Kong government data requests

Some giant tech companies, including Facebook Inc, Google Inc, and Twitter Inc, are reviewing a new security law that gives China power to strictly control voices on social media platforms.
Mark Zuckerberg: advertisers' boycott of Facebook to end “soon enough”

Mark Zuckerberg: advertisers' boycott of Facebook to end “soon enough”

Hundreds of companies around the world have taken part in a temporary ad boycott against Facebook Inc.; however, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg affirmed that Facebook is not going to change its approach and it will be back “soon enough”.
EU proposes Facebook, Twitter and Google to report fake news monthly

EU proposes Facebook, Twitter and Google to report fake news monthly

Reports should be provided monthly by Facebook, Google and Twitter to fight fake news, two senior EU officials said on June 10.
World News Today: Trump signs executive order attempting to control social media

World News Today: Trump signs executive order attempting to control social media

World News Today May 29: Trump signs order that could punish social media companies for how they police content, drawing criticism and doubts of legality, the UK soon to lift coronavirus restrictions. Otherwise, US brings massive North Korea sanctions case focusing on bankers, etc are also the notable headlines of today’s world news. 
Trump’s executive order might curtail protections for social media companies

Trump’s executive order might curtail protections for social media companies

The Trump administration is preparing an executive order intended to curtail the legal protections that shield social media companies from liability for what gets posted on their platforms, two senior administration officials said early Thursday.
Facebook's video chatroom: Meeting 50 people, competing Zoom

Facebook's video chatroom: Meeting 50 people, competing Zoom

Facebook, one of the most popular social media platforms, has created Messenger Rooms service which allows a mass meeting of up to 50 persons connecting via webcam and competing Zoom amid Covid-19 quarantine. 
WHO releases hand washing recommendation, netizens demand more action to fight Covid-19

WHO releases hand washing recommendation, netizens demand more action to fight Covid-19

World Health Organization (WHO) has released a simple poster demonstrating when to wash hands to protect the body and the surroundings from the risks of Covid-19 infections on Facebook, however, internet users are calling the organization to act more and deliver more useful recommendations against the coronavirus outbreak but not that basic ones. 
Facebook omitted Paracel and Spratly Islands on maps

Facebook omitted Paracel and Spratly Islands on maps

Facebook’s map is found to have misrepresented Vietnam's sovereignty over the Spratly and Paracel Islands in its ads creation section by Internet users. The two archipelagos didn’t display on Vietnam’s map even after Facebook claimed to have fixed the error.
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