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MOST Malaysians weren’t even aware that their Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp accounts were down from midnight last Monday. When they woke up on Tuesday morning, the social media apps under the Facebook behemoth were largely restored. For more than seven hours, the services were unavailable.
Facebook and Instagram faced heightened scrutiny this week when a federal whistleblower, former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen, accused her one-time employer of putting profits ahead of people.
After multiple controversies, Facebook may finally have gone too far for regulators, evidence showing it knew its apps could harm children.
Unfortunately for Facebook, its image is perhaps its biggest flaw in this quest for the Internet's Holy Grail.
The Senate Commerce Subcommittee is examining how Facebook handled information from its own researchers on Instagram’s potential threat to younger users while the company publicly played down the issue.
Facebook Inc allegedly paid more than US$5bil (RM20.94bil) to the US Federal Trade Commission to keep the organisation from coming after the CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the 2018 privacy scandal, according to two lawsuits filed by shareholders.
Facebook Inc is facing renewed fury from Washington after reports suggested the company knew, but didn’t disclose, that its Instagram platform could pose risks to teenagers.
A senior US Federal Trade Commission official is criticising Facebook’s move to shut down the personal accounts of two academic researchers and terminate their probe into misinformation spread through political ads on the social network.
Facebook has cut off some academic researchers for “scraping” data from the platform, sparking a fresh controversy about the leading social network’s transparency to outside experts studying misinformation and abusive content.
It is difficult to assess the threat posed by fake news. Does it really have the power to change readers’ behaviour, as experts fear?