The social media platform was criticised last month for not removing an altered video of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, which had been slowed so she appeared to be slurring.
In a world first, the social media giant has agreed to give names of French users who are suspected of using hate speech on its site to courts.
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Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg travelled to Paris on Friday for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron, who is putting pressure on the social media mogul to honour pledges to crack down on the spread of misinformation and hate speech.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos tops Forbes' rich list, worth a staggering $131 billion dollars, that's more than €115 billion euros.
The company's inability or unwillingness to change its ways makes America, and Americans, less secure.
Pressure is mounting on Zuckerberg to step down as Facebook chairman after several major shareholders called for more accountability following a string of controversies.
The founders of photo-sharing app Instagram are leaving the company amidst rumours of tensions with parent company Facebook
Facebook's profit warning brought a record US stock market dive, but despite major challenges over privacy and fake news the social media giant remains... a giant.
With more than 27,000 employees and 55 offices worldwide, Facebook is constantly seeking emerging artists to decorate its walls and office furnishings.
NBC Left Field and Euronews take a look at inventors who were faced with the negative consequences of their inventions, and how society today addresses new technologies ethically.
At the company's annual AGM six shareholder proposals, all opposed by Facebook, could end Zuckerberg's dominance at the helm of his company.
Facebook's boss accused of evasion while EP leaders' choice of format for question and answer session slammed as inadequate.
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Mark Zuckerberg's visit to the European Parliament coincides with the introduction of the EU's new rules on data protection, which requires companies to give European citizens greater control over their personal data. But some believe that all publicity is good publicity.
Watch live as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets lawmakers in the European Parliament.
The social media boss will be questioned by the heads of the political groups in the European Parliament in a session that will be livestreamed to the public.
Zuckerberg testified before the US Congress in a two-day hearing last month
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has bowed to pressure and agreed to allow his testimony before the European Parliament on Tuesday to be streamed live on the web.
Social media boss to face data protection grilling, but closed-doors meeting is slammed
Facebook spending on lobbying in Brussels has increased fivefold in recent years, yet CEO Mark Zuckerberg is yet to accept an invitation to face EU lawmakers’ questions following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Zuckerberg told lawmakers he was among the around 87 million Facebook users whose data was improperly shared
Facebook's troubles have brought Mark Zuckerberg to testify in the US Congress
The testimony marks the first time that 33-year-old Zuckerberg has faced Congress.
Facebook's chief executive officer says the company didn't do enough to prevent users' information being improperly shared with political research firm, Cambridge Analytica.
The Facebook/ Cambridge Analytica scandal has set off a political bomb in Brussels with both the European Parliament and European Commission condemning the companies' methods, if they are confirmed.