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Facebook, Google and Twitter say they're creating more anti-terror propaganda to combat violent messages at their source.
Facebook Messenger head David Marcus says the company will streamline the app after it became too cluttered.
Disney said late Friday neither Sheryl Sandberg nor Jack Dorsey will remain on their board, citing conflicts with Facebook and Twitter.
Twitter shares surged on heavy volume after rival Facebook says it will limit news it shows to users.
As Google and Facebook await questions from Senators on extremist content, terrorists are actively recruiting on their sites.
Facebook said at CES that Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi will make a standalone VR headset for the China market based on its Oculus Go technology.
Mark Zuckerberg, Jan Koum and other top Facebook execs sold more than $4 billion in stock last year.
A professional fighter in North Dakota and an emergency-room doctor in Detroit have both been locked out of their Facebook accounts for months.
Facebook says job ads targeting younger users aren't discriminatory if they're part of broader recruitment campaign.
Facebook said it changed some user rules to curtail online harassment and blocks attempts everyday to create fake or duplicate accounts.