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These are the big brands that haven't pulled ads from Facebook yet

July 1, 2020

Hundreds of companies have promised to halt advertising on Facebook and its sibling platform Instagram as part of month-long boycott officially set to begin on Wednesday, according to the civil rights groups behind the protest.

Advertisers have Facebook's attention. Now here's what they want

July 1, 2020

Facebook is about to look a little different, whether users notice or not.

Here's how big Facebook's ad business really is

June 30, 2020

Each day, more household names join the list of brands suspending advertising on Facebook to protest what they say are the social network's failures to stop the spread of hate. On Monday alone, Adidas, HP, and Ford added their names to a list that already had Unilever, The North Face, Coca Cola, Honda and many others.

Facebook bans hundreds of accounts related to the Boogaloo extremist movement

June 30, 2020

Facebook on Tuesday banned hundreds of accounts, groups and pages that it said were linked to the Boogaloo movement, a loosely organized extremist collective whose members have occasionally shown up armed to racial justice and anti-quarantine protests around the country.

Gaming world faces one of its biggest #MeToo moments yet

June 30, 2020

The popular gaming content creation group OfflineTV has removed Federico Michael Gaytan, better known as Fedmyster, in response to allegations of sexual harassment and unwanted touching from two of his housemates.

Uber, hungry for a deal, now reportedly in talks to acquire Postmates

June 30, 2020

Just a few weeks after it lost out on a high-profile deal to acquire food delivery company Grubhub, Uber hasn't given up on bolstering its own meal delivery service with an acquisition.

Beijing says it's 'strongly concerned' by India's decision to ban Chinese apps

June 30, 2020

Beijing is pushing back on a decision by India to ban dozens of Chinese mobile apps as tensions between the countries continue to rise.

YouTube removes Richard Spencer and David Duke a year after saying it would ban supremacists

June 29, 2020

In June 2019, YouTube announced it would ban supremacist content. Even so, it did nothing to accounts belonging to some of the most prominent among that group, including white supremacist Richard Spencer and former KKK leader David Duke.

India bans TikTok as tensions with China escalate

June 29, 2020

India is banning TikTok and several other well-known Chinese apps, saying they pose a "threat to sovereignty and integrity," in the latest indication of escalating tensions between the two countries.

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