Prosecutors in New York reportedly are investigating the company’s sharing agreements with other firms, which may have exposed personal information without user consent.
Facebook has spent much of 2018 apologizing to people. A recent *New York Times* investigation calls all those apologies into question.
The social media giant has assembled a team of geeks, spooks, hackers, and lawyers to prevent a repeat of the 2016 abuse and manipulation on its network.
Facebook shares fell 20 percent after it said revenue growth would slow and it would spend additional billions per year to tackle fake news and other concerns.
As Facebook prepares to report its most recent financial results, investors are looking past the company’s plan to spend more money, which could dent profits.
Publication of a 2016 memo stating “maybe someone dies” in a terrorist attack coordinated on Facebook reveals just how thoroughly its quest for growth influenced the company.
As Facebook’s share of traffic to news sites has been falling sharply since early last year—and will only decline more—Google AMP has been on the rise.