Facebook Spending $1 Billion on Content Creators Through 2022

Facebook plans to pay content creators some $1 billion through 2022 in an effort to ward off rivals.

Even Mark Zuckerberg Uses Signal

Signal may not be as popular as Facebook’s WhatsApp, but even Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may use the competing product.

Twitter Bans Trump Permanently

Twitter has banned President Trump from its platform permanently, following an initial ban of 12 hours.

Facebook Moderators Want Remote Work, Hazard Pay

Facebook moderators are protesting the company’s decision to require them to come back to the office amid the pandemic.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg Not Happy With TikTok Ban

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has expressed his concerns about an upcoming ban of social media app TikTok.

Facebook Will Allow Users to Hide Political Ads

Facebook has made a major change to how it handles political ads, giving users the ability to hide them for the first time ever.

Facebook Could Make Half of Positions Permanently Remote

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that up to half of the company’s positions could permanently shift to remote work.

Coronavirus: Facebook Struggling to Keep Up With WhatsApp Usage

In a call to the press, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is struggling to keep up with increased WhatsApp usage.

Facebook Sued By App Developers Over Alleged ‘Anticompetitive Scheme’

A group of app developers is suing Facebook over an alleged “anticompetitive scheme” and monopolistic behavior, according to NBC News. In a proposed class-action lawsuit, “a group of companies behind now-defunct Facebook apps is suing the social media giant, claiming…

Facebook Backtracks On Ads In WhatsApp

More than a year after WhatsApp’s founders resigned in protest, Facebook is backtracking on its plans to include ads in the messaging app, according to The Wall Street Journal. WhatsApp’s founders, Jan Koum and Brian Acton, were so strongly opposed…