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Facebook fails to stop Spanish language anti-abortion disinformation, lo studio dice

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Anti-abortion Facebook pages with millions of followers are spreading disinformation about abortion to Spanish speakers with little to no intervention from the social media platform, according to a new report from Nar...

Facebook whistleblowers allege government and emergency services hit by Australia news ban was a deliberate tactic

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When Facebook blocked hundreds of Australian emergency services and government pages during the company’s negotiation with the federal government last year it was not an accident, but rather a deliberate negotiating t...

Facebook moderators call on firm to do more about posts praising Bucha atrocities

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Facebook moderators have called on the company to let them take action against users who praise or support the Russian military’s atrocities in Bucha and across Ukraine. Almost a month after evidence of widespread mur...

Facebook ‘lacks willpower’ to tackle misinformation in Africa

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Facebook has been accused of failing to invest sufficiently to combat misinformation as it pursues rapid growth in Africa, where the Covid pandemic has highlighted the outsize role played by social media in online dis...

Facebook struggles as Russia steps up presence in unstable west Africa

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Facebook is struggling to contain pro-Russian and anti-western posts that are contributing to political instability in west Africa, investigators and analysts have said. The platform, which has expanded rapidly across...

Facebook restores banned ad promoting renters rights after tweet goes viral

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Facebook will restore a banned advert promoting an opinion piece calling for renters rights, after the company’s automated systems blocked the post for “discrimination”. But critics say the error will be repeated unle...

Facebook fails to label 80% of posts promoting bioweapons conspiracy theory

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As social media companies promise to crack down on Russian disinformation about the war in Ukraine, studies show they continue to fall short, allowing disproven narratives to reach millions. Facebook failed to label 8...

Facebook owner reportedly paid Republican firm to push message TikTok is ‘the real threat’

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meta, the owner of Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms, is reportedly paying a notable GOP consulting firm to create public distrust around TikTok. The campaign, launched by Republican strategy firm T...

Trolls and traffickers target Facebook group for Ukrainian refugees

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One of the largest Facebook groups matching Ukrainian refugees with UK host families has warned of the dangers of infiltration posed by Russian trolls and traffickers. Room for Ukrainians in the UK is a Facebook group...

Facebook takes down disinformation network targeting Ukraine

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Facebook and Instagram have taken down a disinformation network targeting people in Ukraine, as their owner announced it was blocking access to Kremlin-backed media organisations in the country. Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta...

Facebook launches Reels globally, betting on ‘fastest growingformat

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Facebook has launched its short video feature Reels globally, its owner Meta Platforms said on Tuesday, in a move to expand its fastest growing content format after reports that overall user numbers are down. The soc...

Nick Clegg promoted to top Facebook role

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Meta chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has promoted the company’s top policy executive, Nick Clegg, to president of global affairs, Zuckerberg said in a post on Wednesday, reducing his own role in the company’s policy d...

Facebook should guard against revealing private addresses, board recommends

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Facebook and Instagram should tighten privacy rules to protect against the revealing of private residential addresses and images online, known as doxxing, according to the independent body that decides if content shou...

Facebook suffers $230bn wipeout in biggest one-day US stock plunge

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A historic plunge in the stock price of Facebook’s parent company has erased more than $230bn in its market value, easily the biggest one-day loss in history for a US company. Il 26.4% wipeout in Meta comes amid conc...

Why the Facebook owner’s shares are in freefall

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Mark Zuckerberg’s social media empire felt the full force of investors’ concerns about its growth prospects on Wednesday, as the revelation of Facebook’s first-ever drop in daily users helped trigger a share price rou...

Scam ads: why an Australian billionaire is launching legal action against Facebook

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The Australian billionaire Andrew Forrest has launched criminal proceedings against Facebook for failing to take action on scam ads featuring his image. A Guardian investigation into the scam ads sheds light on how th...

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