Facebook updates ad-buying process
Bloomberg's Alex Webb reports on Facebook updating its ad-buying process.
Facebook vows more political ad transparency
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company will bring more transparency into its political advertisements, responding to criticism that it has not done enough to prevent the manipulation of elections.
Internet giants face Europe's glare over extremist content
The leaders of some European countries hardest hit by recent militant attacks use this week's U.N. general assembly to corner representatives from the likes of Facebook and Google over efforts to combat extremism online.
Facebook clamping down on who cashes in on ads
Facebook vowing to hit fake news and hate speech where it hurts - profits. The social media giant on Wednesday saying it's getting more selective on who can cash in on ads.
Facebook adds content control staff to fight hate speech
Facebook Inc. said it’s adding 500 content control staff in Germany and bolstering psychological support for workers who delete hate speech from its site, amid pressure in the country to crack down on offensive posts.
WhatsApp partially blocked in China
Facebook's WhatsApp messaging service has been partially blocked in China following a censorship crackdown by the government.
Facebook signs BuzzFeed, Vox, others for original video shows
The world's largest social media company has signed deals with major millennial-focused news and entertainment outlets to create original content to tap new audiences and bring in ad revenue, sources tell Reuters.
Business owners advised using Facebook and Instagram
Business owners advised using Facebook and Instagram.