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Mark Zuckerberg’s nonanswer about his secret dinner with Trump perfectly illustrates why his views about political speech are under fire
Mark Zuckerberg cares deeply about political speech being publicly available — except when he's dining with President Donald Trump, apparently.
Mark Zuckerberg had a secret dinner with Trump in October, and he really doesn’t want to share what they talked about
Mark Zuckerberg answered questions about his private October dinner with President Donald Trump for the first time, but he didn't share much.
Michael Bloomberg has a new weapon in his $100 million ads offensive against Trump: a former Facebook executive
Gary Briggs used to run Facebook's marketing strategy. Now, he's running the Bloomberg 2020 presidential campaign's marketing strategy.
YouTube is struggling to fulfill its promise to label state-sponsored videos, according to a new investigation
ProPublica identified 57 government-funded channels on YouTube that were not initially labeled as state-sponsored.
Spotify is finally giving millions of free users a crucial feature that paid users have had for years
Spotify's ad-driven free service is finally coming to Amazon's Alexa, Sonos, and Bose speakers.
A new report in the Wall Street Journal highlights some major issues with Google's ubiquitous search engine, Google Search.
From Trump to Planned Parenthood, these are the Facebook pages spending the most money on political ads
The list of Facebook's biggest spenders highlights how special interests and candidates use the platform to influence policy and sway public opinion.
While Twitter's new policy would block environmental groups from running ads about global warming, Exxon has still been allowed to.
Facebook refuses to fact-check political ads, and it’s infuriating employees and lawmakers. Here’s why the issue has become Facebook’...
Facebook instituted a policy not to fact-check political ads, and it's causing a stir among its own employees and lawmakers like Elizabeth Warren.
Facebook wants you to know it owns Instagram and WhatsApp, so it’s changing its corporate logo to make that clear
Facebook — the parent company of the social-media service, as well as Instagram and WhatsApp — has a new logo.