In a Thursday all-hands meeting, Zuckerberg addressed the ruling for the officers in Breonna Taylor's killing and spoke about issues the social network has faced recently.
"Zuckerberg and his technoauthoritarian pals have made their plans clear. They will impose de facto censorship," read a letter posted online by the niche right wing social network.
"I can't sit by and stay silent while these platforms continue to allow the spreading of hate, propaganda and misinformation," Kim Kardashian West tweeted Wednesday.
Facebook has launched an information hub containing facts, data and advice about climate change.
After Tesla stock plunged by over 20 percent, the entrepreneur had more than $16 billion wiped from his net worth in a single day, forcing him from the centibillionaire club.
Facebook software engineer Ashok Chandwaney has criticised the company's approach to hate speech in an impassioned resignation letter.
In an interview aired this week, the billionaire social media CEO was asked if he is worried how history will judge his plaftorm. Five seconds went by without a response.
"When we responded to questions about our initial investigation into what happened in Kenosha, we believed we'd removed the Event Page," a spokesperson said.
On Thursday, the social network announced it would be rolling out steps to limit voter misinformation in the upcoming general election.
Zuckerberg said he is aware of the risks around misinformation and announced the site will block new political ads during the final week of the campaign.
"We're going to take this seriously and make sure that people aren't declaring victory and saying that any kind of ongoing counting of votes is evidence of a rigged election," Zuckerberg said.
We can't allow the failure of Congress and the president to become a failure of our democracy.
Musk's net worth has increased $87 billion in the past year, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. As Tesla stock surges, he is only getting richer.
The social network announced in a business blog post that it was making changes to its "multicultural affinity" segments, used by advertisers to tailor messaging.
"I don't really use an Instagram. I love what Snapchat has innovated around, I think they're phenomenal," Jack Dorsey said in a conversation on the 'Out of Office' podcast earlier this month.
"Mark has never advocated for a ban on Tik Tok. He has repeatedly said publicly that the biggest competitors to U.S. tech companies are Chinese companies," a Facebook spokesperson said.
"After wooing China in the hopes of getting Facebook into the Chinese market, Zuckerberg has done a complete about-face," a Chinese state media outlet complained this week.
"The Social Network" and "Zombieland" star speaks with Newsweek about his new audio drama, "When You Finish Saving the World."
"I am asking that you respect the agency and intelligence of the American people to make their own decisions, free from your Orwellian benevolence," Republican AG Jeff Landry wrote.
Zuckerberg's net worth reportedly increased by more than $83 billion since the coronavirus was declared a pandemic, one study suggested.
"He puts more effort into... distribution of misleading talking points than seriously addressing the deadly consequences of his choice to profit from hate," the Stop Hate for Profit campaigners said.
Claims Conference launch #NoDenyingIt campaign urging that denial of atrocity which killed six million Jews be classed as hate crime on the platform
"Facebook is a successful company now, but we got there the American way: we started with nothing and provided better products that people find valuable," Zuckerberg will say.
Gaetz wrote in a letter to Attorney General William Barr that comments Zuckerberg made about Facebook censoring conservatives were "potentially illegal and fraudulent."
The Democratic presidential candidate's team has continued to openly criticize the social media network this month while simultaneously paying it thousands of dollars to run ads.
In a message shared to an internal discussion board, a departing engineer detailed his concerns with a variety of decisions made by the company's leadership in recent months.
"The leaders of social media companies have failed to tackle the infodemic of misinformation," said Julian Knight MP, chair of the U.K government's DCMS Committee.
"They all say they are tech companies. I've always held the view they are publishers and they must act like publishers and be responsible for their content," Sir Martin Sorrell said.
"I do speak with the president from time to time, just like I spoke with our last president and political leaders around the world," the billionaire social media CEO said, addressing speculation.
Since the photos surfaced online over the weekend, social media users have been circulating the picture and comparing Zuckerberg to a variety of pale-faced characters.