Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced that Facebook has received the largest election fine in U.S. history of nearly 25 million, and he said it was justified.
Exhibiting the Instagram and Facebook logos, or advertising on those platforms, could be considered illegal under Russian law. Furthermore, Russia has added Meta to list of terrorist organizations.
New emails leaked on June 3, which were shown in a legal proceeding against the U.S. government, show that the CDC gave Facebook misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Although Zuckerberg expressed remorse for burying a rumor that later proved to be accurate, he finally admitted to Joe Rogan that Facebook censored the Hunter laptop story after an FBI request.
A selfie in the $10 billion metaverse, taken by Mark Zuckerberg during the launch of Horizon Worlds in France and Spain, was mocked by Twitter users for the graphics.
Facebook contractors have been fired by an algorithm. Numerous moderators apparently received instructions to apply again for a different position with a third-party labor supplier or find another job.
Many of us with a libertarian frame of mind presume as a matter of theory that the interests of business are at odds with those of government. That’s generally true for businesses of a certain size. The regulations and taxes one faces in running an enterprise in the “land of free” are utterly shocking, as any small business owner can tell you. Even gaining the legal right to pay an employee is an arduous undertaking.
The day when social networking was the majority of consumers' main internet experience has passed. This is the death of social network.
In a polarized political environment where working across party lines is rare, legislative measures to break up Big Tech monopolies have received support from both ends of the aisle. This reaction is owed to recently-released classified documents that could help lawmakers break up Big Tech companies.
Phony reviews are a problem that both Amazon and Google have had to deal with in recent years. Now, Amazon is suing Facebook administrators over more than 10,000 groups used to coordinate fake product reviews.