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Quantity and variety of Florida school shooting content suggest Facebook's fake-news problem is not going away.
A change could be announced as early as mid-March, BBC reports.
He controls 48.4 percent of total voting power for the company, the annual report reveals.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider, and Jon Brod, Confide co-founder and former AOL Ventures president, discuss the struggles tech giants and social media are facing in the spread of misinformation.
Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research, discusses a new report that shows users are spending less time on Facebook.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how internet giants Twitter and YouTube are responding to the spread of fake news and videos about the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
Facebook has started using artificial intelligence to spot people who could be at risk of suicide.
President Donald Trump again showed support for arming some teachers and school staff members as an answer to school shootings.
Elon Musk compared Uber's flying cars project to drones that are "1,000 times bigger and noisier."
MoffettNathanson reiterates its sell ratings for Snap and Twitter shares.
Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch a new set of its popular AirPods headphones this year.
McDonald's said Thursday that it will ship 20 million packets of Szechuan sauce to all of its restaurants in the U.S.
Conspiracy theories are nothing new. But the internet and social media has made them even more accessible.
As important to the company as supply security of cobalt may be ensuring responsible and transparent sourcing.
The National Bank of Poland (NBP) told CNBC it spent 91,221.99 zloty ($26,764) on the YouTube campaign.
A Kylie Jenner bot latched onto a tweet by the real reality TV star, spamming her and her followers with links to a hazardous website.
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