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Behind Libra, Facebook’s new digital currency
Facebook is unveiling a digital currency called Libra as the company seeks to make its ads more valuable by enabling smoother transactions and payments online, particularly among those without credit cards or bank accounts.
Advertisers, agencies, social media combine to tackle online threat
Sixteen of the world’s biggest advertisers joined together to push platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube to do more to tackle dangerous and fake content online.
Amid privacy firestorm, Facebook curbs research tool
Facebook has curbed access to a controversial feature allowing searches of the vast content within the social network — a tool which raised privacy concerns but was also used for research and investigative journalism.
Facebook to prevent installation of its apps on Huawei phones
Facebook has decided to prevent the installation of its applications on Chinese-made Huawei phones, joining a pressure campaign underway by the United States government on the Chinese telecom giant.
Microsoft, Facebook to help tame Internet ahead of Canada's election, official says
Microsoft Corp. and Facebook Inc. have agreed to help boost the security of Canada’s October election by removing fake accounts and cracking down on bots, a top government official said on Monday.
Far-right Facebook groups 'spreading hate to millions in Europe'
A web of far-right Facebook accounts spreading fake news and hate speech to millions of people across Europe were uncovered by the campaign group Avaaz.
Facebook tightens livestreaming in crackdown on violence
Facebook announced on Wednesday it is tightening access to livestreaming to prevent the rampant sharing of graphic video as took place with the Christchurch massacre.
Facebook takes down fake Italian accounts ahead of EU election
Facebook said on Sunday it had taken down numerous Italian accounts on its platform that were false or were spreading fake news ahead of a European parliamentary election later this month.
Facebook sues South Korea data analytics firm
Facebook is suing South Korean data analytics firm Rankwave to make sure it isn't breaking the leading social network's rules, the US company said on Friday.
Facebook rejects cofounder call for breakup, senator urges US antitrust probe
Facebook Inc. quickly rejected a call from cofounder Chris Hughes on Thursday to split the world’s largest social media company in three, while lawmakers urged the US Justice Department to launch an antitrust investigation.
Facebook co-founder: Break up social media giant
One of Facebook’s co-founders has called CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s power “unprecedented and un-American,” adding that Facebook should be broken up into multiple companies.
Facebook 'labels' posts by hand, posing privacy questions
Over the past year, a team of as many as 260 contract workers in Hyderabad, India, has ploughed through millions of Facebook Inc. photos, status updates and other content posted since 2014.
Facebook bans ‘dangerous individuals’ cited for hate speech
After years of pressure to crack down on hate and bigotry, Facebook banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and other extremists, saying they violated its ban on ‘dangerous individuals.’
Report: Facebook considering its own bitcoin for payments
The Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook plans a cryptocurrency-based payment system that it could launch for billions of users worldwide.
New York investigating Facebook over storage of 'unauthorized' email contacts
New York Attorney General Letitia James said on Thursday she is investigating Facebook Inc.’s unauthorized storage of up to 1.5 million Facebook users’ email contact databases, the latest privacy issue to affect the US social media giant.

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