We are cutting off API access for hundreds of thousands of inactive apps that have not submitted for our app review process.
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We removed 32 Pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram because they were involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior.
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.
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.
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.
We’re publishing our fifth annual diversity report and sharing what we believe is working and where we can do better.
Here is an update on the app investigation and audit that Mark Zuckerberg promised on March 21.
Here is a list of the 10 most important changes we have made since the 2016 elections.
In celebration of Small Business Week we are delighted to announce dates and new cities for Facebook events.
The second day of F8 focused on the new technology Facebook has built across three core areas for the future: connectivity, AI, and AR/VR.
There are two ways to get bad content, like terrorist videos, hate speech, porn or violence off Facebook: take it down when someone flags it, or proactively find it using technology.
The Facebook Community Leadership Program is a global initiative that invests in people building communities.
By Antigone Davis, Global Head of Safety Every year on Safer Internet Day we recognize the importance of internet safety and the responsible use of online technology. This year, Safer Internet Day features a call to action focused on creating a better internet for everyone, including younger generations. As a company that reaches people around […]
Facebook’s financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2017.
Introducing our Privacy Principles and a new education campaign.
By Joaquin Quiñonero Candela, Director, Applied Machine Learning Today we’re announcing new, optional tools to help people better manage their identity on Facebook using face recognition. Powered by the same technology we’ve used to suggest friends you may want to tag in photos or videos, these new features help you find photos that you’re not […]
Today we are releasing our Transparency Report, previously called the Government Requests Report, for the first half of 2017.
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.
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 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 […]
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.
Facebook Community Boost will visit 30 US cities in 2018, including Houston, St. Louis, Albuquerque, Des Moines and Greenville, South Carolina.
Facebook’s financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2017.
Oculus announced its first standalone headset, Oculus Go, is coming in 2018 for $199.
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.
Today we’re sharing further details about the updates we’re putting in place.
After an extensive legal and policy review, we are announcing that we will share these ads with congressional investigators.