Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
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Monday's changes mean Facebook has a more formal, layered governance structure it can point to if quizzed about the currency by regulators.
Software engineer Yi Yin was fired by Facebook on Monday after the company expressed concerns about his public discussion of a colleague's suicide.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday, David Marcus, the executive in charge of Libra, fired back at a Wall Street Journal report that said that Facebook was struggling to keep Libra on track.
Facebook no longer allows its billions of users to share links to world's most well-known piracy website, The Pirate Bay.
Facebook's Nick Clegg said that it will treat politicians' speech as "newsworthy content" that will not be deleted even if it breaks its rules.
Facebook acquired CTRL-labs, which is developing technology to let people to control computers with their brains
Facebook has partnered with Ray-Ban parent company Luxottica to bring a pair of smart glasses — "Orion" or "Stella" — to market.
News algorithms aren't very good at highlighting original and local reporting, leading to economic and democratic troubles. Google wants to fix that.
For years, photos uploaded to Facebook would automatically suggest to tag people in the photo. Facebook just fundamentally changed how that works.
Facebook's Minecraft "virtual assistant bot" is available for people to download, and will learn from humans communicating with it in-game.
Mark Zuckerberg defended his off-the-record dinners, writing in a Facebook post that "hearing from a wide range of viewpoints is part of learning."
For a nominally private network, Facebook's new app Threads asks for a surprising amount of user data.
The Pope invited tech execs and academics to the Vatican to discuss the moral implications of AI at a recent conference.
Moms on Instagram were angry about the service deleting photos of their long-haired sons, and they got the attention of Instagram chief Adam Mosseri.
Facebook is hiding like and reaction counts on its platform in a test starting today for a limited number of users in Australia.
Most of the major conspiracy theories circulating about big tech are demonstrably false, but a few of them have kernels of truth.
Many argue tech companies have too much power to control speech online. This is Facebook's response.
Some records also included the user's name, gender, and country in which they resided, according to TechCrunch.
The end of social media popularity metrics might be near.
Facebook is strengthening verification and transparency for political ads ahead of the U.S. 2020 election. Here's why that can only go so far.
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