• What Is Mark Zuckerberg’s Election Money Doing In Georgia?

    What Is Mark Zuckerberg’s Election Money Doing In Georgia?

    The biggest question the Georgia legislature should ask is whether a California billionaire should be allowed to waltz into the Peach State and finance aspects of their elections.
  • Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg face Senate hearing over censorship concerns

    Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg face Senate hearing over censorship concerns

    The Big Tech titans face another grilling over accusations of censorship during a Senate hearing Tuesday. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook honcho Mark Zuckerberg are testifying before the Senate
  • Facebook’s Oculus Quest 2 was preordered five times more than predecessor

    Facebook’s Oculus Quest 2 was preordered five times more than predecessor

    Facebook’s virtual reality ambitions are finally catching on with consumers. The company’s latest VR headset, the Oculus Quest 2, has received five times as many preorders as its 2019
  • Investor Lonsdale breaks from Facebook to protest move to ‘authoritarian left’

    Investor Lonsdale breaks from Facebook to protest move to ‘authoritarian left’

    Joe Lonsdale is taking a break from Facebook to protest what he calls the social network’s capitulation to the “authoritarian left.”The 38-year-old Silicon Valley investor — a
  • Facebook revenues beat forecasts as advertisers return from boycott

    Facebook revenues beat forecasts as advertisers return from boycott

    Another grilling on Capitol Hill, another pile of profits.Facebook walloped Wall Street’s forecasts with strong profits on Thursday, as advertisers returned to the platform in full force
  • FTC reportedly preparing possible antitrust lawsuit against Facebook

    FTC reportedly preparing possible antitrust lawsuit against Facebook

    Facebook’s dominance in the social networking space has reportedly put it in the Federal Trade Commission’s crosshairs. The tech giant could be hit by an antitrust lawsuit as soon as the end of this year, the Wall Street Journal reports, as the regulator examines whether Facebook has used its market dominance to quash competition. The …
  • Mark Zuckerberg Used $250 Million to Turn Out the Vote in Liberal, Pro-Hillary Clinton

    Mark Zuckerberg Used $250 Million to Turn Out the Vote in Liberal, Pro-Hillary Clinton

    Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, recently donated $250 million to the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a progressive election organization that has already funded Democrat stronghold districts with millions in preparation for November’s elections. In the announcement on their website, the CTCL stated that they will “regrant” the donation “to local …
  • Mark Zuckerberg fears ‘civil unrest’ after 2020 presidential election

    Mark Zuckerberg fears ‘civil unrest’ after 2020 presidential election

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social media platform is bracing for “civil unrest” following the 2020 presidential election. The tech titan said Facebook is trying to clamp down on misinformation ahead of the November vote because of the risk of an uproar in the days or weeks it will take to count all the …
  • Facebook Will Ban New Political Ads for One Week Ahead of Election

    Facebook Will Ban New Political Ads for One Week Ahead of Election

    Facebook will ban new political ads during the week leading up to the general election on November 3, the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday. “The U.S. elections are just two months away, and with Covid-19 affecting communities across the country, I’m concerned about the challenges people could face when voting,” Zuckerberg wrote in a memo …
  • Facebook to limit forwarding in Messenger ahead of election

    Facebook to limit forwarding in Messenger ahead of election

    Facebook is implementing a worldwide limit on forwarding within its Messenger app ahead of the US presidential election. The popular chat platform will follow in sister company WhatsApp’s footsteps by limiting users to only five forwards at a time, Facebook said in a blog post, which it hopes will keep people from spreading potential misinformation …