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A Few Things Facebook Forgot to Include in Its Year in Review

It’s been quite a year for Mark Zuckerberg and his friends at Facebook. You might even say that 2018 has been the single worst year in the company’s history. But you wouldn’t know it by reading “Facebook’s 2018 Year in Review.” The annual blog post leaves one with the impression that Facebook’s involvement in global events was nothing short of heart-warming. In truth, it was not. Read More >>

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Facebook Admits Mark Zuckerberg and Top Execs Have Deleted Their Sent Messages Remotely

Have you ever sent an email or text that you wish you could take back and delete forever? That’s not possible on the open web. But we now know that Mark Zuckerberg has the power to reach into every single Facebook inbox and delete messages that he’s sent. Zuck and other executives at Facebook have reportedly used that power multiple times. Read More >>

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We Need to Stop Taking Facebook’s Word For It [Vol.3]

Facebook is doing a big public relations push today to promote its “Year in Review,” lists of the top topics and videos on the platform, and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg appeared on US daytime talk show Today Show as part of the festivities. Read More >>

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Facebook Chief Grovels to Norway After Botched Vietnam War Photo Removal

On Friday, Facebook fucked up yet again and flagged Nick Ut’s Pulitzer prize-winning photograph of Phan Thị Kim Phúc. After a massive wave of public backlash, the social network finally decided to apologise and reinstate the photo. Now, however, it’s going even further with its apology — all the way to Norway. Read More >>

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Facebook Offers Political Bias Training In Wake Of Trending Controversy

Facebook is adding political scenarios to its orientation training following concerns, first reported by Gizmodo, that workers were suppressing conservative topics in its Trending news section. Read More >>

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Mark Zuckerberg Votes To Keep Peter Thiel On Facebook Board 

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has decided to keep venture capitalist Peter Thiel on the company’s board of directors. Read More >>