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Facebook suspends Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu-linked chatbot for breaking its privacy rules

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Jerusalem Facebook has deleted a post by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and suspended a chatbot linked to his account for violating the company's privacy policy. Visitors to the Prime Minister's Facebook p...

Fox News Poll: Voters say IRS, Facebook have too much power

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When it comes to Big Tech, one issue is bias. The latest Fox News national survey finds only 26 percent of voters trust social media companies to make fair decisions about the content posted on their platforms. Far m...

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen to answer questions from UK lawmakers

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Haugen is set to appear before a parliamentary committee scrutinizing the British government’s draft legislation to crack down on harmful online content, and her comments could help lawmakers beef up the new rules. S...

Trump Facebook ban could be a fundraising hurdle for possible 2024 campaign, sources say

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The board on Wednesday upheld Trump’s ban from Facebook and Instagram, but said it was "not appropriate" for Facebook to impose the "indeterminate and standardless penalty of indefinite suspension."  The board gave F...

Ted Cruz: ‘Blatantly illegal’ for White House to work with Facebook on misinformation

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CRITICS SLAM THE WHITE HOUSE AFTER PSAKI REVEALS IT'S CONSULTING WITH FACEBOOK TO ‘FLAG MISINFORMATION’ SENATOR TED CRUZ: The Biden administration believes in power. They want to have the power to silence you. They w...

Kremlin’s limitation of Facebook access a ‘terrible omen for Russian freedom,’ analyst says

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Russian outlets claimed Facebook had "blocked" state-run news agency RIA Novosti, Defense Ministry-run channel Zvezda, and Russian-owned online publications Lenta.ru and Gazeta.ru, leading Russia's internal censorshi...

Facebook stops French man streaming his dying days

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Paris Facebook has prevented a French man with an incurable illness from streaming his own death on the social media site, according to a company statement. Alain Cocq, 57, from Dijon in eastern France, has a rare in...

Facebook shuts down pro-Israel page after it was reportedly targeted by hate speech campaign

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The Jerusalem Prayer Team (JPT) page, which has tens of millions of followers, was reportedly shut down on Friday after it was flooded with comments from people who allegedly wanted it taken offline. The page’s found...

Parents slam Facebook for targeting children: ‘I don’t trust anything on social media’

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Speaking from California, mother Danielle Bloom, a psychotherapist, told "Fox & Friends First" on Thursday that "there is not one picture on Instagram that is not filtered and showing a façade of perfect moments,...

5 things to know for February 18: Texas, Covid-19, immigration, Limbaugh, Facebook

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Get '5 Things' in your inbox If your day doesn't start until you're up to speed on the latest headlines, then let us introduce you to your new favorite morning fix. Sign up here for the '5 Things' newsletter. Hund...

READ IT: Trump lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook, Google over alleged big tech censorship

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"While the social media companies are officially private entities, in recent years they have ceased to be private with the enactment and their historical use of Section 230, which profoundly protects them from liabil...

House Oversight report shows inadequate discipline for border agents connected to offensive Facebook groups

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US Customs and Border Protection determined that 60 CBP agents "engaged in misconduct and were subject to discipline" in a review of controversial Facebook posts, a new congressional report says, but many only recei...

Facebook under fire for encouraging border crisis with ads for human smugglers, cartels: Rep. Kat Cammack

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The Florida freshman, fresh off a visit to the southern border, accused Facebook and other social media companies of perpetuating the border crisis by providing a means for drug cartels and coyotes to post paid adver...

Matt Damon calls out Facebook for coronavirus vaccine misinformation amid rising cases

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With the highly contagious delta variant spreading rapidly, cases in the U.S. are up around 70% over the last week, hospital admissions have climbed about 36% and deaths rose by 26%, the Centers for Disease Control a...

Facebook blocked in Russia as Kremlin purge of non-state media continues

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"Roskomnadzor decided to block access to the Facebook network in Russia," a Russian media outlet tweeted.  Roskomnadzor, Russia’s federal body responsible for overseeing media, has urged all news outlets to only use ...

Facebook and Twitter put warning label on Trump’s posts on voting twice

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Facebook and Twitter placed warning labels on -- but did not remove -- social media posts by President Donald Trump on Saturday after he urged North Carolina residents to show up to polling places even if they have ...

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