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Report: Facebook being used by arms dealers/resellers to display and sell weapons

Report: Facebook being used by arms dealers/resellers to display and sell weapon

The New York Times has disclosed in a recently published report that arms dealers and resellers are apparently using the Facebook social network for displaying as well as selling a wide range of weapo

Facebook makes sweeping updates to its Facebook Live platform

Facebook makes sweeping updates to its Facebook Live platform

Social network Facebook revealed in a Wednesday announcement that it has significantly updated its live video platform -- Facebook Live -- to introduce several new ways in which users can stream and e

Mark Zuckerberg reprimands Facebook’s anti-'Black Lives Matter' employees

Mark Zuckerberg reprimands Facebook’s anti-'Black Lives Matter' employees

A leaked internal memo sent by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to the company's employees has revealed that Zuckerberg has expressed disappointment over the action by some Facebook employees who crossed

Facebook starts rolling out new ‘Reactions’ feature

Facebook starts rolling out new ‘Reactions’ feature

In an announcement made on Wednesday, social network Facebook said that it has started rolling out of the ‘Reactions’ feature to its users in the US and other regions of the world.

Mark Zuckerberg backs Apple in its encryption fight with Justice Dept

Mark Zuckerberg backs Apple in its encryption fight with Justice Dept

In his Monday address at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 trade show in Barcelona, Spain, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that his company supports tech giant Apple in its encryption fight with

Mark Zuckerberg calls Andreessen's India comments “deeply upsetting”

Mark Zuckerberg calls Andreessen's India comments “deeply upsetting”

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shown disagreement with Facebook board member and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen's Tuesday tweet in which he said that India's "anti-colonialism" stance has been "

CNIL asks Facebook to comply with French data protection laws or face fines

CNIL asks Facebook to comply with French data protection laws or face fines

This week, social network Facebook has been ordered by France’s independent privacy watchdog CNIL to discontinue its practice of unauthorized tracking of non-users in the country, and also of transfer

Indian regulators block Facebook's ‘Free Basics’ service

Indian regulators block Facebook's ‘Free Basics’ service

On Monday, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) issued the 'Prohibition of Discriminatory Tariffs for Data Services Regulations 2016'; thereby blocking social network Facebook's controvers

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Austin tech leaders unveil ‘RideAustin’ non-profit ride-hailing service

In an announcement made on Monday, tech leaders in Austin unveiled a non-profit car-for-hire service -- called RideAustin -- backed by local donations. The new service is an alternative created by Austin-based engineers to Uber and Lyft ride-hailing services which have been ousted from the city after a contentious regulation scuffle.

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