Facebook’s Advertising Integrity Chief Rob Leathern Quits Company

Facebook’s Advertising Integrity Chief Rob Leathern Quits Company

By Christy Gren - Jan 04, 2021

Facebook’s ad integrity chief leaves the company to pursue consumer privacy beyond ads and social media. ...

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FTC launches sweeping privacy probe into tech giants’ data practices

FTC launches sweeping privacy probe into tech giants’ data practices

By Christy Gren - Dec 15, 2020

Stay abreast of the latest business news by subscribing to the nation’s fastest-growing business magazine, Industry L...

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Facebook announces $4.3 million in grants for small businesses in India

Facebook announces $4.3 million in grants for small businesses in India

By Christy Gren - Sep 16, 2020

This grant is a part of its worldwide $100 million plan to help businesses tide over the Pandemic related economic diff...

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Facebook faces global ad cuts as Stop Hate for Profit intensifies pressure

Facebook faces global ad cuts as Stop Hate for Profit intensifies pressure

By Anna Domanska - Jun 30, 2020

The “Stop Hate for Profit campaign”, which has persuaded major 160 U.S. brands to cut ads from social media ...

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Facebook, Twitter shares suffer as Unilever, Coca Cola withdraw ads

Facebook, Twitter shares suffer as Unilever, Coca Cola withdraw ads

By Anna Domanska - Jun 29, 2020

Shares of Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. dropped on the bourses after Unilever, the Netherlands-based consumer corporate...

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Return of the prodigal: Chris Cox rejoins Facebook as chief production officer

Return of the prodigal: Chris Cox rejoins Facebook as chief production officer

By Anna Domanska - Jun 12, 2020

Chris Cox, the chief production officer of Facebook, who resigned a year ago over differences with his boss, Mark Zuck...

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Facebook Content Moderation Inadequate and Ignores Mental Health of Moderators, Says Report

Facebook Content Moderation Inadequate and Ignores Mental Health of Moderators, Says Report

By Anna Domanska - Jun 11, 2020

A new report by the New York University Stern Center for Business and Human Rights explores the consequences of outsourc...

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Facebook Acquires Giphy for $400 Million

Facebook Acquires Giphy for $400 Million

By Anna Domanska - May 18, 2020

Facebook has bought Giphy, the company that makes animated gifs that are used on social media chats, for $400 million. ...

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Australia Sues Facebook For $529 Billion for Breach of Privacy

Australia Sues Facebook For $529 Billion for Breach of Privacy

By Anna Domanska - Mar 11, 2020

The Australian government is suing Facebook for breach of information to the tune of $529 billion for sharing private in...

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