Facebook has decided to move to a local selling structure.
We are sharing our internal policy on sexual harassment and bullying because we believe that the more organizations are open about their policies, the more we all can learn from each other.
We have over 70 games from more than 100 developers available worldwide.
Announcing our 2017 Year in Review, highlighting the top ways people came together on Facebook to support one another.
Many of us at Facebook are parents and we’re thinking about technology’s role in the lives of children and families.
At last year’s EU Internet Forum, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube declared our joint determination to curb the spread of terrorist content online.
By Loren Cheng, Product Management Director Today, in the US, we’re rolling out a preview of Messenger Kids, a new app that makes it easier for kids to safely video chat and message with family and friends when they can’t be together in person. After talking to thousands of parents, associations like National PTA, and […]
By Naomi Gleit, VP Social Good Today at the second annual Social Good Forum, we announced new tools and initiatives to help people keep each other safe and supported on Facebook. Mentorship and Support, a new product where mentees and mentors come together to connect and interact directly with each other and progress through a […]
It is still early, but the results are promising, and we’re hopeful AI will become a more important tool in the arsenal of protection and safety on the internet and on Facebook.
By Guy Rosen, VP of Product Management When someone is expressing thoughts of suicide, it’s important to get them help as quickly as possible. Facebook is a place where friends and family are already connected and we are able to help connect a person in distress with people who can support them. It’s part of […]
Laying out the principles that guide our decision making when it comes to advertising across Facebook, Messenger and Instagram.
We’re creating a way for people to learn which Internet Research Agency Facebook Pages or Instagram accounts they may have liked or followed.
The Facebook Communities Summit is coming to Europe. The event will celebrate community leaders who are using Facebook in Europe to bring people together.
By Sean Kelly & Hagen Green, Product Managers, Messenger The way people message today is no longer limited by just text; visual messaging as our new universal language is much more emotional and expressive. Whether you’re catching up over moments big and small — like a recent vacation, an amazing meal at a new restaurant, […]
Celebrating small businesses who are using Messenger to make business personal again.
By Chris Hatfield, Product Manager, Video Creators around the world are sharing their videos on Facebook to build a community around their passion — whether their passion is comedy sketches, their favorite recipes, or even knitting sweaters. On Facebook, creators can connect with more than two billion potential fans and collaborators, get to know their […]
New survey results address the evolving art of conversation, common myths vs. realities concerning messaging and how messages matter more than ever.
Facebook Community Boost will visit 30 US cities in 2018, including Houston, St. Louis, Albuquerque, Des Moines and Greenville, South Carolina.
Introducing peer-to-peer payments to people in the UK and France.
Facebook’s financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2017.
by Rob Goldman, VP of Ads When it comes to advertising on Facebook, people should be able to tell who the advertiser is and see the ads they’re running, especially for political ads. That level of transparency is good for democracy and it’s good for the electoral process. Transparency helps everyone, especially political watchdog groups […]
Halloween is one of the top holidays to bring people together around the world, which is why Facebook has created dozens of different ways for people to get into the Halloween fun.
By Alex Deve In June, we hosted our first-ever Facebook Communities Summit in Chicago with hundreds of Facebook group admins. Since the Summit, we’ve been busy building tools and programs that will help them grow and manage their communities, and today we’re announcing several of them: New Tools for Admins and Members Welcome Posts: For […]
By Deborah Liu, VP, Marketplace Millions of Americans are using Marketplace every day to look for cars. Since this is one of our most popular categories, we’re expanding our used car inventory by partnering with leaders in the auto industry. In the coming weeks, Marketplace will introduce features that will make it easier for car […]
By Adam Mosseri, Head of News Feed We launched the Facebook Journalism Project to collaborate with the news industry in support of an informed community. A consistent piece of feedback we’ve heard from publishers as part of this effort is that they would like more insight into how News Feed works, in order to understand […]
By Alex Himel, VP of Local Ordering food for takeout or delivery is supposed to be simple. That’s the point. But somehow it’s gotten complicated. First you need to decide what to eat, then you have to sift through a bunch of options and services. Today, we’re taking the time out of finding what you […]
We’re beginning a series of interviews with the digital news site Axios.
Oculus announced its first standalone headset, Oculus Go, is coming in 2018 for $199.
This new feature is designed to provide people some of the tools they need to make an informed decision about which stories to read, share, and trust.
For years, we have joined people around the world in recognizing and promoting cyber security awareness during the month of October, and this year is no different.