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Facebook's Trending Topics was a fledgling, under-experienced group where individual judgment of news was encouraged, The New York Times reports.
A Los Angeles TV anchor is speaking out amid criticism of her station after she was handed a sweater during a broadcast to cover up her dress.
The meeting comes after a report claimed Facebook employed bias in the way it selected stories for its "Trending Topics" feature.
U.K. leader David Cameron wants help from social media sites such as Tinder to help to win EU referendum.
French organizations say they will file complaints against Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube service for failing to remove ‘hateful content’.
Mark Zuckerberg is hosting a summit for conservative leaders on Wednesday, reports Recode.
Hootsuite CEO Ryan Holmes explains how CEOs can manage social media in an age of exploration.
A Guardian report contradicts earlier Facebook denials.
The Facebook CEO says that being open to all viewpoints was at the "core of everything Facebook is and everything I want it to be."
Since it launched more than a decade ago, Facebook has become a social networking giant. Here's how it plans to keep growing.
Facebook counts on its human editorial team to help curate its trending feed according to leaked internal guidelines.
Unlimited choices and wedding photos being shared on social media are making weddings expensive, experts say.
The photo-sharing app revealed a different overall design of its user interface and swapping logos on Wednesday, USA Today reports.
Maple Match is a new online dating site that seeks to match Trump-hating Americans with Canadians, NBC News reports.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp, the mobile messaging service it paid $19 billion for two years ago, now has a desktop app, too.
Republicans demanded an explanation from Facebook after reports that former company staffers excluded links to conservative stories.
Whatever the reaction to allegations that Facebook suppressed conservative news, it's unlikely to impact the company's bottom line, experts said.
Facebook is not censoring the news and trends it shows users on the site's trending section, Facebook says.
A senior Facebook executive has denied allegations the social network suppresses conservative-leaning stories from its "trending" sidebar.
Snapchat has overtaken Twitter for the first time when it comes to installed apps on Android devices in the U.S., according to SimilarWeb.
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