Facebook's censorship and information sharing policies reveal a persistent pro-Israeli bias.
by Nadim Nashif
Europe14 Jan 2017 07:39 GMT
Anas Modamani accuses the social network of failing to take down false posts linking him to crimes.
Facebook28 Dec 2016 10:05 GMT
Thai users alerted to Bangkok "explosion" that caused no damage or injuries as social media giant triggers safety check.
Facebook16 Dec 2016 13:20 GMT
Facebook is making it easier for users to report fake news when they see it, with fact-checkers ready to jump in.
Inside Story24 Nov 2016 04:51 GMT
Facebook is reportedly building a censorship tool that will allow it to re-enter the lucrative Chinese market.
Facebook04 Nov 2016 21:08 GMT
Facebook says it hasn't violated German law and is working on fighting hate speech online.
Middle East21 Oct 2016 08:17 GMT
The social media giant continues to disable Palestinian accounts and pages, activists say.
Middle East26 Sep 2016 16:14 GMT
The giant social network is taking a stand with the occupier, say Palestinian activists.
Palestine25 Sep 2016 21:45 GMT
Account suspensions come on heels of agreement between social media giant and Israel to team up against "incitement".
Facebook10 Sep 2016 12:09 GMT
Social media giant reverses decision to censor iconic Vietnam War image in face of mounting public criticism.
The Listening Post22 Aug 2016 15:04 GMT
Is the social platform protecting its rights or taking away others' in the new battle on ad blockers?
The Listening Post20 Aug 2016 13:21 GMT
What does the Facebook - ad blocker battle mean for news outlets? Plus, we take a look at Globo, Brazil's media giant.
India09 Aug 2016 09:45 GMT
Facebook is testing a low-cost wi-fi service in rural India, allowing users to access the internet via local hot spots
Facebook19 May 2016 16:47 GMT
Facebook CEO assures conservatives after accusations that Facebook is deliberately suppressing conservative news.
Politics10 May 2016 12:35 GMT
Facebook denies that its editors have been suppressing news stories supporting conservative political viewpoints.
Science & Technology03 May 2016 21:31 GMT
Court orders 72-hour shutdown of messaging service but reasons remain unknown owing to legal secrecy in an ongoing case.
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