'Not sure how many local residents they'll speak to given the phones aren't connected'.
SAN JOSE, CA - APRIL 18: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address at Facebook's F8 Developer Conference on April 18, 2017 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. The conference will explore Facebook's new technology initiatives and products. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
One youngster is making internet jokes -- and he might sway an election because of it.
One year ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stood before an audience at a Ritz-Carlton hotel in California and dismissed the idea that misinformation spread on Facebook could have influenced the outcom...
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An estimated 20 percent of Australians have experienced some form of image-based abuse.
A Facebook logo is seen on a computer screen in this photo illustration on October 31, 2017. Material posted on Facebok and other social media directly and indirectly reached over 126 million Americans between 2015 and 2017 according to a company testimony that will be presented to the US Senate judiciary committe on Tuesday. (Photo by Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
WASHINGTON ― Mark Zuckerberg's original motto for Facebook was "Move fast and break things." It now appears that the CEO is going to have to answer for moving too fast and breaking too many things. Af...
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The ads are separate from 80,000 other Facebook posts that have so far been linked back to Russia.
3D-printed models of people are seen in front of a Facebook logo in this photo illustration taken June 9, 2016. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration
A little under a year ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dismissed as "pretty crazy" the idea that a disinformation campaign could have used his site to influence the outcome of the election. With regu...
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WASHINGTON ― Mark Zuckerberg's original motto for Facebook was "Move fast and break things." It now appears that he's going to have to answer for moving too fast and breaking too many things. After ye...
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Russia-based operatives published around 80,000 posts on Facebook over a two year period in an effort to sway US politics, the social media network said. It estimates around 126million Americans may h...
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Most of them focused on race relations and gun rights.
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The group promoted domestic violence, rape and sexual abuse of children
The group promotes domestic violence, rape and sexual abuse of children.
Turns out I 'like' my girlfriend a lot more than Facebook.
It really didn't go down well.
‘The tone deafness in these companies makes no sense.’
The PM says safety and privacy go hand in hand.
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The scoop on an editor’s baby named Ramona — and her love for cats — was exactly what the world needed.
With five million paying users, Facebook has always had problems enforcing its polices.
A detail of a police car in the UK.
The woman in the video says she doesn’t regret how vocal she was.
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Officers in Scotland had the last laugh.
Some 2,300 people had expressed interest in the topics "Jew hater", "how to burn Jews" and "History of 'why Jews ruin the world'.”
An unidentified employee apparently appreciated the play on Black Lives Matter.
Ben and Liam have been harshly criticised this year, and opened up on R U OK Day.
The real bad guys will not be stopped -- nor even slightly inconvenienced -- by this poorly researched, uninformed thought-bubble legislation.
The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant ― but succinct ― wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious 140-character musings. For this week's great tweets fr...
Worldwide boycott of Australian lamb threatened after god Ganesha made the butt of jokes.
It missed out on cricket and the NFL, but Facebook's interest in sport is significant.
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Facebook has a range of new tools to teach businesses about building an online presence.
And when does 'sharenting' go too far?
"You only get to be a child once, so don't spend it worrying too much about the future."