More than two dozen philanthropic organizations launched the California Black Freedom Fund, a $100 million initiative that will provide resources to Black-led organizations in the state.
Facebook's Oversight Board is calling for public input regarding the indefinite suspension of former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Tuesday's nonbinding resolution approved 10-1 is not a law and does not require the hospital to do anything.
Allie Rasmus reports.
Lawmakers of both parties, citing the companies' tremendous power to disseminate speech and ideas, are looking to challenge their long-enjoyed bedrock legal protections for online speech.
The researchers say the disputed tool is vital to understanding how Facebook has been used as a conduit for disinformation and manipulation.
Alain Cocq had planned to show what he expects will be a painful end to his life after he announced on Friday that he was stopping all food and drink.
It's not clear if the changes are enough.
A militia page was an oversight, Zuckerberg said.
UCSF's diagnostic laboratory, adjacent to the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub in Mission Bay, will process the test results in two to three days.
The four CEOs are testifing remotely for a hearing Wednesday by the House Judciary subcommittee on antitrust.
Two San Francisco supervisors say that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's name doesn't deserve to be on the city's public hospital.
Zuckerberg announced that the company will make policy changes "to connect people with authoritative information about voting, crack down on voter suppression, and fight hate speech."
Jana Katsuyama reports.
PayPal and YouTube are among many tech companies that have pledged support to the black community in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
In a meeting with employees Tuesday, Zuckerberg stood behind his position which allows President Trump's controversial post "when the looting starts, the shooting starts" under freedom of expression.
Maureen Naylor reports.
The companies did not disclose financial terms. Citing unnamed people familiar with the matter, Axios said the deal is valued around $400 million.
The new notice will be sent to users who have liked, reacted to, or commented on posts featuring harmful or false claims about COVID-19 after they have been removed by moderators.
Facebook media relations chief Anthony Harrison says, “Our priority is the health and safety of our teams, so out of an abundance of caution, we canceled our Global Marketing Summit due to the evolving public health risks related to coronavirus.”