The 500 companies who have pulled their advertisements “will be back” before long, the Facebook CEO said.
The #StopHateForProfit campaign has picked up steam as major brands have pulled ads from Facebook in condemnation of the social media platform’s inadequate content moderation.
The Twitter CEO responded to the President’s criticism of fact-checking links being added to his tweets on mail-in voting.
Last year, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg made it clear the firm wants more regulation of data, privacy and content worldwide.
By Melissa Parrish, VP Group Director, and Sarah Dawson, Researcher, Forrester Research
Given all the attention surrounding Facebook’s plans to create a digital currency, Facebook Libra will no doubt be familiar to many of you. Libra is Facebook’s latest proposal for a blockchain-based global cryptocurrency, aiming to bring…
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US antitrust law dates back to 1890, but it's been largely out of the spotlight for twenty years.
Nick Liddell is the Director of Consulting of The Clearing, and Co-author of Wild Thinking. In this article, Nick discusses whether brands are contributing towards a polarised society. “All the world is made of faith, and…