The user allegedly twisted the contents of a speech made by the MB.
This follows an internal investigation after she was suspended by the company.
Washington DC attorney-general says Facebook misled users as it knew about incident for 2 years before disclosing it.
Advertisers wanting to run political ads on FB will have to confirm their identity and location.
Documents released by a British lawmaker show that these companies included Netflix and Airbnb.
Mark Luckie says he left Facebook over firm's 'systematic disenfranchisement of underrepresented voices'.
This follows Facebook’s refusal to remove online article about S'pore banks and 1MDB.
The republic's Law Ministry says the case underscores the need for fake news legislation.
Hackers stole digital lockin codes which allow them to take over the accounts.
This comes after the tech giant confirms attackers can gain access to 50 million accounts of the social media site.
Attackers took advantage of flaws on Facebook's 'View As' feature to gain full access to victims' accounts.
The social media company will partner with two US non-profits to fight global misinformation that might influence elections.
Execs will testify on slow response to Russian interference in 2016 US elections.
Move as part of bid to prevent hate and misinformation, the social media company says.
Ex-minister claims the Felda settler defamed him by alleging he abused his ministerial position.
Company is prioritising removing suspicious accounts, as well as reducing hate speech and abusive content.
This after the CFO said the company faced a multi-year squeeze on its business margins.
Posters calling for blood over alleged 'betrayal' of Islam appear days after she received death threat in the mail.
Anger mounts over the country's zero-tolerance policy which sees children being separated from migrant parents.
The archive shows who paid for the ads and other details - done to increase transparency on its role, Facebook says.
The shakeup appears to be to consolidate power at the sprawling internet company.
So does its British parent SCL Elections due to fallout from the data harvesting scandal.
This amidst concerns the company had violated user personal data privacy policies.
Facebook’s entry into online dating market sends shares of industry leaders tumbling.
The EU said it received a letter from the social media giant late on Thursday.
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