We’re honored to bring Community Boost home to Menlo Park and East Palo Alto from August 27 – 29.
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We are taking more action in Myanmar: banning 20 Burmese individuals and organizations from Facebook.
Since launching our investigation in April, we have investigated thousands of apps and suspended more than 400.
We’re starting to roll out the Ad Archive API so researchers and journalists can more easily analyze Facebook ads related to politics or issues of national importance.
We removed multiple Pages, groups and accounts for coordinated inauthentic behavior on Facebook and Instagram.
Getting out of Menlo Park to design better products for the entire world.
An update on the investments Facebook is making in Myanmar, and the results they have started to yield.
We’re sharing some major milestones for the first year of birthday fundraisers on Facebook and announcing plans to help people more easily find nonprofits to support in the year ahead.
We’re making Pages more authentic and transparent.
Facebook’s Hard Questions, a series that explores the most challenging issues Facebook confronts, is hosting a discussion about the line between hate and debate, featuring a diverse range of views.
The Digital Literacy Library is a collection of lessons to help young people think critically and share thoughtfully online. The lessons serve as a resource for educators looking to address digital literacy and help young people build the skills they need to safely enjoy digital technology.
Our Facebook Community Boost program is in Columbus, Ohio where we’re announcing two new partnerships — one locally with the Columbus State Community College and another with the National Urban League.
We want the time people spend on Facebook and Instagram to be intentional, positive and inspiring.
We are cutting off API access for hundreds of thousands of inactive apps that have not submitted for our app review process.
We removed 32 Pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram because they were involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior.
Content review at this size has never been done before. We recognize the enormity of this challenge and the responsibility we have to get it right.
We need to find the right balance, giving people control over data sharing and preventing abuse without hampering people’s experiences or hindering innovation.
As part of our ongoing efforts to prevent abuse, we recently took down a network of 196 Pages and 87 accounts in Brazil that violated our authenticity policies.
Watch Party is a new way for people to watch videos on Facebook together in real time.
Below is the transcript from the July 24, 2018 press briefing related to Facebook’s work on elections.
We’re participating in the Data Transfer Project, a collaboration of organizations, including Google, Microsoft and Twitter, committed to building a common way for people to transfer data into and out of online services.
How Facebook built dozens of surprises for World Cup fans.
We’re thrilled to be in Minneapolis, MN, the tenth stop on our Facebook Community Boost tour, on July 18-19. Come join us while we’re here in the Twin Cities!
We’re excited to announce “Keep It Local,” a new integrated marketing campaign that celebrates the many types of small businesses that make local cultures special and help communities grow and thrive.
We’re introducing new additions to Facebook AI Research who will help us build AI labs and strengthen existing offices. Each academic joining our team is retaining affiliation with their university.
This week a TV report on Channel 4 in the UK has raised important questions about our policies and processes.
How Facebook gathers feedback from its community of 2 billion.
Longtime Facebook product lead — and newly minted head of product for Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp — talked to Nicholas Thompson about the platform’s responsibilities and plans for the future.
We’re publishing our fifth annual diversity report and sharing what we believe is working and where we can do better.
We’re excited to celebrate the small businesses, who tonight discovered they’ve won grants through the Ignite Buffalo program!