Several brands have left the project since it was first announced last June, mostly citing concerns about regulation, piling pressure on the Facebook subsidiary's hopes of creating a cryptocurrency.
Microsoft, Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit and other tech giants have also signed onto an amicus brief seeking to stop the public charge rule.
Facebook has made no secret of its hopes of WhatsApp monetization in the past, but a new report suggests those plans are no longer in motion. What does that mean for the social network?
Andrew "Boz" Bosworth says that Facebook is responsible for Trump's election, but "not for the reasons anyone thinks."
From Brexit to Donald Trump to the tech backlash, values drove the 2010s, and mastering them will be key to success in the decade ahead.
"While these videos are still rare on the internet, they present a significant challenge for our industry and society as their use increases," warned Facebook executive Monika Bickert.
The star of Borat took aim at the Facebook CEO and founder while presenting the film Jojo Rabbit at the Sunday award ceremony.
"Surviving R. Kelly Part II" deals with a lot of fallout from the original Lifetime series, including the emergence of a Facebook group created to besmirch some of the singer's accusers.
Bernie Sanders' campaign and the Republican National Committee will have to find airtime elsewhere.
Read on for ideas to help you craft a picture-perfect celebration to share with your followers—and, possibly, to help you gain some more.
Though Giuliani is an ex-government official thanks to his time served as New York City's mayor, he is currently listed as one on his Facebook profile.
Iowa Republican congressman Steve King's campaign expressed shock and mocked "tolerant liberals" in response to a parody account meme about a Starbucks manager firing employees who say "Merry Christmas."
Prosecutors say that he removed money from the vault on at least 18 separate occasions, starting with relatively small sums but quickly escalating to thousands of dollars at a time.
Workers at a fish farm in Canada captured shocking video of a bald eagle struggling with an octopus before they rescued the bird from the mollusk's clutches.
Google and Facebook missed making the Top-10 in Glassdoor's "Best Places to Work" list, a position which they've historically occupied.
A week of social media chaos has shown how vulnerable British voters are to disinformation, whether it is being directed from abroad or closer to home.
Critics say the ads hark back to controversial marketing in the 1980s that stigmatized LGBTQ communities.
Experts from Snake Catchers Adelaide shared a video to Facebook showing the reptile being removed from the neck of the cat, which had to be administered with antivenom after the encounter.
A U.K-based news literacy group found that the majority of conservative advertisements posted in the weeks before an important U.K. polling day could be labeled as misleading.
After reports of white vans being used to kidnap women and children for sex and organ trafficking spread on Facebook, the company is flagging the statements as false information.
Users will need to meet certain terms and conditions before their donations can be matched.
Cohen claimed during a speech that Facebook's political ad policy would have allowed Adolf Hitler to post 30-second ads on his solution to the "Jewish problem."
"The proposed U.S. sanctions are simply unacceptable," said Bruno Le Maire, the French Economy and Finance Minister. "French taxation on the digital giants aims to restore fiscal justice."
You can get your donations matched through various companies on December 3.
The revelation came as social media platforms tussled on what the correct stance on political adverts should be.
Many users took to twitter to voice their frustrations on Thursday morning, as Facebook and Instagram experienced outages.
The Trump White House is practically a zoo this week. Today there will be the traditional turkey pardon; yesterday the president welcomed Conan the special ops dog (named for comedian Conan O'Brien).
"How we respond to this abuse will determine whether the web lives up to its potential as a global force for good or leads us into a digital dystopia," Sir Tim Berners-Lee has warned.
"It's not about bringing them from other platforms, it's about finding where streamers can thrive with their audience," Leo Olebe, director of partnerships at Facebook
The organization released a report Thursday alleging that the extensive surveillance by the tech giants pose a "systematic threat to human rights."